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Old 03-08-2007, 01:10 PM   #1
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ive been thinking of powder coatin or ceramic coating my exhaust any body know of good places in houston not too expensive?
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thanks guys i just pmed him
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i dont know if it possible but i think it is, heres a pic of my pipe its pretty short so hopefully he says it can be done.
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I wouldnt do it just buy a carbon fiber pipe.
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It is not going to last.

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there is high temp powder coating.. made for that type of stuff. gideon had his pimp coated.. its sexy.
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:icon_bigg oh cool i love that pipe just thought itll look better in black thanks for the advise
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there is high temp powder coating.. made for that type of stuff. gideon had his pimp coated.. its sexy.
I guess Scoot is setup for this then. Go for it then!
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why would it not last? there are high heat powders available, in fact I have a decent variety of them in stock
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why would it not last? there are high heat powders available, in fact I have a decent variety of them in stock
I did not know you were that tech over there already.

Guess I need to keep that in mind. :icon_bigg
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:icon_bigg oh cool i love that pipe just thought itll look better in black thanks for the advise
can do it in a satin high heat, would look seriously nice.
If you wanted "pimp" we can do a super wet black with some illusions clear.
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Guess I need to keep that in mind. :icon_bigg
I am totally set up to do professional grade PC work.
I didnt chump around and do it cheaply, I have invested quite a bit of scratch in quality equipment , powders, and even have 2 ovens, one is 3' x 3' x 6' tall
I can do full sized bike frames, basically can coat anything that will fit in the big oven
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I didnt chump around and do it cheaply, I have invested quite a bit of scratch in quality equipment , powders, and even have 2 ovens, one is 3' x 3' x 6' tall
I can do full sized bike frames, basically can coat anything that will fit in the big oven
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Are you setup for ceramic coating headers?
I can, just havent taken the oven up that high yet, supposed to cure ceramics at 600+ and I've had mine to 550, so I would think its totally do-able, just havent done it yet.
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I can, just havent taken the oven up that high yet, supposed to cure ceramics at 600+ and I've had mine to 550, so I would think its totally do-able, just havent done it yet.

If and when I decide to do mine, I'll holler..
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