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Old 03-01-2007, 09:49 PM
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great job on the mufflers. Looks like you like the VW engine. I was checking out your website and man, I dig the firewall stamping! Also the stainless work. Wish I had you around back when we opened our catering business!

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Wonder how they will sound on a small truck?
good job on them though....they look cool....

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Get them ceramic/metallic coated inside and out and they will last forever. actually you could also powder coat them and they will also last forever. You can powder coat the entire exhaust system except for headers which get too hot. Everything past the header flange can be 'coated.

this is not true they actually make a powder that can go right on the headers, the last set of turbo headers i built for somone the guy powder coated them himself and they have held up perfectly for a year now
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this is not true they actually make a powder that can go right on the headers, the last set of turbo headers i built for somone the guy powder coated them himself and they have held up perfectly for a year now

Great! My guy didn't offer that super temp stuff. Regardless, standard powder holds up great on everything but the headers and if your guy has access to the hot stuff, so mch the better. I personally like the ceramic-metallic look on the headers anyway.
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Great! My guy didn't offer that super temp stuff. Regardless, standard powder holds up great on everything but the headers and if your guy has access to the hot stuff, so mch the better. I personally like the ceramic-metallic look on the headers anyway.
yeah my friend built his own oven in the garge and he does alot of powder coating ill have to post up some pics but the stuff aolmost looks liek it was jet hot coated, the one thing he did that i absolutly love was an intake manifold , its a teal color but it has like metalic flake in it.

its amazing what u can do with powder coating these days
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Take a look at this Make your own muffler, this stainless muffler looks interesting
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