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Just finished fabricating a set of headers for my v-6 swap, looking for opinion/experience on whether to ceramic-coat them. Space is tight so heat is my concern, although I do like the naked look. If needed, I want to do it before I run them on the engine.
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thanks to all. I don't think wrapping is a viable option for me. primaries are very close together, and I went with a slip collector so they come out individually. Will go with ceramic coating, looks like there is a local shop that does it for $200-$275 including prep. Not sure if they are a cerakote shop, but their chromex would be my 1st choice.
Decided to fab my own bundle of snakes for the practice welding. with all the pie cuts, there are 118 individual welds, and still lots of room for skill improvement. Fortunately my time has no value!
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