How difficult is it to disassemble the turbo?I always ceramic coat the exhaust manifolds, up pipes, exhaust turbine housing, and down pipe. The cold side can be powdercoated if need be.
I use QC Coatings here in Michigan.
What do you mean disassemble? Like take it off the truck or take it apart?\How difficult is it to disassemble the turbo?
I'm planning on going with a 38R. I don't have any experience with turbos at all, so this will be the first time.
I mean taking the turbo itself apart, so I can just send the housing to the place doing the ceramic coating. Does the center section just separate from the housing by a few bolts?What do you mean disassemble? Like take it off the truck or take it apart?
As far as disassembling the actual turbo, hell just start pullin boltsLOL
I've wondered if the ceramic coating is actually supposed to be applied to the inside of parts. What if the coating were to peal? Wouldn't it then get fed into the engine?it cant really get much more simpler to explain, then CERAMIC and COATING, it acts as a thermal barrier to resist heat. Putting it on the inside of stuff where exhaust gasses are helps prevent the hot gasses from soaking into the surrounding part, and pass the heat energy on to where it's supposed to be used (turbine wheel) Putting ceramic on the outside just makes stuff look pretty but in fact its acting as a thermal barrier to keep the heat IN the material.