Exhaust Manifold dressing/coating/paint recommendations

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  1. bkmont

    bkmont Veteran Member

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    There might be some exhaust dressings out there just as good, but I have used the POR 15 Hi Temp Exhaust Manifold Paint on several collector cars that I have owned with excellent results. This ex manifold has about 8,000 miles on it. They were off the car, blasted and prepped with POR 15 Metal Prep before painting.
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  2. RMTZ28

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    Use naval jelly for the rust.Scrub with a brush then power wash it. Oh and use the high temp flat black . Three years and still looks good. Its the only thing thing the worked for me.
     
  3. budro6968

    budro6968 Veteran Member

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    A Buddy of mine soaked his stock manifolds in 50/50 Muriatic acid and water for 2 days. They came out looking almost white. They were so clean. I can't remember what he painted them with but I thought he was crazy to try and paint them. He sold the car a couple months later so I don't know how long it lasted but they did look good.
     
  4. qn60e6

    qn60e6 Veteran Member

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    what about the anti-seize coating mentioned on the site?
     
  5. McCune

    McCune Veteran Member

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    0E25B573-6D68-45A1-8BC4-F26A898E23F6.jpeg I’ll let you guys know if this stuff works. I used Ceracoat,it is supposed to be good up to 2000 degrees. We will see.
     
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  6. David79Z28

    David79Z28 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I've heard nothing but good things about ceracoat.

    How did you apply it?
     
  7. McCune

    McCune Veteran Member

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    I paid a guy to spray it on.
     

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