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@ Home piston coatings?

Is there a piston coating that can be applied at home and baked in a shop oven? Iam looking for piston skirt coatings and have searched and found everyone want you to send them your pistons. Is there another way.

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I did mine here
piston domes and skirts for 40 bucks each
unless you got a bead blaster and oven capable of over 600 degrees its best left to the factory to do this.
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