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Very High Temperature ceramic paint from VHT FlameProof? Coating

Colors look interesting for the exhaust pipes. Just wondering if it holds up over time? :cowboy:
 

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That is the paint i am going to use on my exhaust this spring....I will get the primer an black..Amazon has the best price shipped....
 

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How much on 'zon for VHT?

I found it at o'reillys for 8.99 + 8.25 texas sales tax...found in all colors, not sure to try flat black, flat red or flat orange? :cowboy:
 

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8.99 for the black

7.33 for primer

9.15 for clear coat if you want it....

all free shipping....

the clear coat will help from mud sticking...you can get a satin with no gloss....
 

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Its great on headers & exhaust manifolds. The only bad part about VHT paint is getting it hot enough to cure. 1st stage heat to 200 deg, let cool 30 mins, 2nd stage heat to 400 deg let cool for 30 mins and final stage heat to 600 deg then let it cool. I've had better luck w/ engine paint on exhaust pipes & mufflers personally.
 

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Use it on all my snowmobile exhausts for the last 10 years. Holds up well if cured properly. Buddy has an old oven put behind his shop we use to cure them. DON'T do it in the house. The fumes are awful.
 
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