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? for those with powder coated ic pipes

I have an appointment for sept. 14 to get my ic pipes powder coated and I don't know if I should have them powder coat the ends where the boots go. What did you guys do?

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Re: ? for those with powder coated ic pipes

i did, then i just roughed it up a little with a scotch brite pad.

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Re: ? for those with powder coated ic pipes

i didnt because if u make boost then its just gonna pop right off a buddy of mine had it happen a couple times till he sanded the ends. so i recommend not doin the ends


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Re: ? for those with powder coated ic pipes

I didn't. Mark the tubes before you pull them off so you can show them were to not spray. Make sure you do the two radiator brackets also.

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Re: ? for those with powder coated ic pipes

Yeah I'll have to mark them and maybe have them go like a 1/4" past the mark to make sure the boots cover.

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Re: ? for those with powder coated ic pipes

Perhaps they can add some sort of grit to the paint. Making the ends rough and helping with keeping the boots on.


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Re: ? for those with powder coated ic pipes

Mine are coated. I blew a boot before I even left Swamps. We ruffed up the ends with a course sandpaper. its all good now....





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