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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by big_truxx, Jun 25, 2005.
How does ceramic coating affect the headers? Other than looks of course
Keeps them from rusting. Also susposed to reduce under hood temps a little.
It keeps the exhaust heat from being absorbed by the metal headers and allows it to be expelled with the exhaust. Plus it looks cool.
does it help expel the waste gas faster?
Yes, the ceramic people (Like Jet-Hot) claims that it does.
thats very pleasant news. and good reason to shell out more greenbacks for nice headers
I've never heard anyone say they regretted having it done. Most folks do it for the looks, and are surprised at the performance gains they get in the bargain.
They're MUCH more durable than Chrome or any other metal... they won't discolor from heat like the others will either. I just purchased a pair myself
I'm not sold on ceramic coatings yet.
I really like the idea of inside/outside coated headers for heat reduction underhood, however, the ceramic coatings I've seen (jet-hot, hedman) aren't that durable. A scratch or scrape and they will start to rust from my experience.
Friend sent his headers into jet-hot a couple of times due to coating issues, I don't know as that's been resolved yet.
Still a lot cheaper than the alternative for longevity though, stainless.
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