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Hi-Temp Paint?

What paint should or could I use on the heat exchangers for a 914 1.7? The heat exchangers have been sandblasted. Does anyone know while I am asking how much it would cost to have Jethot coated?
Old 05-28-1998, 07:16 AM
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Hi there. Jet hot coating costs about $275 when you include all the shipping costs, etc. For heat exchangers in high-rust areas, it very well might be worth it.

As for high temp paint, I've used barbeque paint from Home Depot on my mufflers, and it seems to work really well. Of course, it only works well when you've sandblasted the muffler. If you don't sandblast it, then the paint wears off in about a year, and you need to repaint it again.

Hope this helps,

Wayne
Old 05-29-1998, 02:28 AM
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Hmm, barbeque paint. What's that taste like? Chicken or pork?
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