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Could you powder coat the sleeves on the exhaust cans? Just wondering if powder coating would withstand those temps.

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Re: Powder Coating question..... (n737nc)

I doubt it. How about Jethot Coat?
 
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Re: Powder Coating question..... (n737nc)

it depends on how religiously you repack them. powdercoat takes 400 degrees to flow out so you oughta be fine. but... ceramic coating (performancecoatings.com) is the way to go.
 
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Re: Powder Coating question..... (n737nc)

i had a set of 2 bros cans on the Hotrod M944 a while back that i had powder coated. they where fine for the year they were on the bike. i e-bay'd them and have not heard from the guy since. go for it.
 
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Re: Powder Coating question..... (mikeinwi.)

I had my Monsta first set of stumpy pipes powdercoated black with heat restistant PC, they turned grey after a while however the grey colour looked better than the black
 
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Re: Powder Coating question..... (n737nc)

I powdercoated the S-pipe on my girlfriends F4i – and I would guess that that pipe gets a lot hotter then the sleeve. It has been on for over a year now.
They have a bunch of different colors for high temp powder coating now.

HMF exhausts sells cans in different colored powdercoated sleeves.
 
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