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Coated/Painted IC pipes?

Show me what you got. My pipe that came with my 42 looks like azz. I would like to freshen it all up. I was thinking of red powdercoat.

Let's see some underhood pics....





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Foil deleted yet?
Polish them! Mike's ceramachrome look good. https://www.powerstrokenation.com/for...t=17312&page=4 #32

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You gotta powedercoat them! It looks ten times better. Tyler has got his powdercoated in blue. It looks great...

Eventually we will do mine. Just have not had the time...
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Polish them! Mike's ceramachrome look good. https://www.powerstrokenation.com/for...t=17312&page=4 #32

Foil delete.....DUN.

Mike's do look nice.





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You gotta powedercoat them! It looks ten times better. Tyler has got his powdercoated in blue. It looks great...

Eventually we will do mine. Just have not had the time...
Prolly will do powdercoat. Thinking red...and MAYBE the valve covers in a silver.

I gotta stop spending though.





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Ah, the natural progression of the foil delete mod.

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Raw, untouched aluminum or stainless. Shiny things just look like time spent doing things that don't make any power.

Course, I guess that does sound about right for Gare bear....

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Here is mine all painted up
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Raw, untouched aluminum or stainless. Shiny things just look like time spent doing things that don't make any power.

Course, I guess that does sound about right for Gare bear....

Dang Chuck!

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TomS needs to post pictures his #### is dialed in.

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