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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-20-2006, 12:59 AM Thread Starter
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powder coat exhaust

just wanted to know if powder coat can withstand the heat on a can, i'd like to find a used arata and powdercoat it black, i kinda dont like the matte black without the tip black aswell
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Not sure - it might. Best bet would be ceramic coating - bit its costly.

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yup its possible.....few peeps on here with powdercoated arata exhaust cans. and also other peeps with other brand name exhausts who have it done.






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you could use a high temp powder on the exhaust, but it is only for looks.

if you ceramic coat the exhaust, it will bring the temps down a little.
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Yep you can do it. I think CollegeRider PC his. I just used high temp paint on my Arata and it matched perfect.
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