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1Back to top Go down    Eastwood Ceramic engine paint on Thu Dec 06, 2018 2:30 am

lechicho55

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Does anyone have any experience with the eastwood ceramic engine paint. I am planning on painting all engine aluminum and plastic parts with the ceramic paint. It is supposed to withstand temps up to 650 F. I am not planning on painting the headers or exhaust with that. I would use cerokote ceramic paint for that. I plan on using a paint gun also incase anyone has had problems with the spray paint. The paint temps should be more than enough the withstand the engine temps? I appreciate any advice.

    

2Back to top Go down    Eastwood Ceramic engine paint on Thu Dec 06, 2018 9:31 pm

RT

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Hi mate
I used it on my 85 RT's engine, block and side covers. It cured really well and washed down nicely. One problem was I couldn't see a tiny oil leak from the front as the shiny coating was the same colour black. I was very happy with it. Don't know about plastic bits but it stuck to aluminium and the block really well.
Good luck.
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