Re: ENGINE PAINTING in reply to Detmurds, 02-15-2011 07:35:12
ditto 100% what cnks said.
I paint the engines on my fords witht he same stuff as the rest of the cast.. only the hot section on the manifold burns off. for that you can use BBQ black hi temp paint.. and then cure it by starting and running 10 moinutes then shutting off.
Re: ENGINE PAINTING in reply to CNKS, 02-15-2011 16:56:47
CKNS is right Paint wont burn off block exhaust manifold I like the VHT High temp I put it on my turbo to see if it held said it was good for 2000 degrees so i tried it acually is holding and i have gotten it up to 1900 from the egt probe saying I did. Or just get it ceramic coated at a powder coated black grey silver it will never burn off then.
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