The trick to have a lasting job is,what ever you do,sand blast or sand it,before you paint it,take a small propane torch and heat it up a little,you will see the humidity of the metal evaporate it's pretty cool,and then paint it wile it's a little hot,it will last much longer
Just painted the wifes 440 pipe and can. I used Dupli-color engine paint with ceramic. It turned out pretty good. I used a wire wheel to get it all cleaned up and then painted it. Just got it put back on last night. :div20:
last year i used some ceramic 1500* engine paint looked awsome when i ran it this past winter it all burned off and it is the worst smelling stuff and it made the pipe look like hell so i would stay away from painting it and go with ceramic coating
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