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will ceramic coating the turbo pedestal help any?

Will ceramic coating the turbo pedestal help any? just took some parts to get done and forgot that piece should i hustle and take it to get it done too or does it not help enough to be of big concern in helping getting the most power out of this thing?

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Re: will ceramic coating the turbo pedestal help any?

Pedistal... Cant see where that would do anything HP wise... Clean, yes...

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Re: will ceramic coating the turbo pedestal help any?

Isn't it aluminum anyways, so it isn't going to rust like the exhaust housing...

I wouldn't waste the money..
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Re: will ceramic coating the turbo pedestal help any?

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Isn't it aluminum anyways, so it isn't going to rust like the exhaust housing...

I wouldn't waste the money..
Sig says h2e... So I would assume a h2e ped?

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Re: will ceramic coating the turbo pedestal help any?

yes a hypermax pedestal thats what i was thinking ill just coat black satin on the outside then.

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