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Offline ZG

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Re: 09 exhaust help
« Reply #25 on: September 04, 2013, 03:15:51 am »
ZG posted the link!

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Yep, you did post it, and I went and looked.... and made my post, and thanked you in that post......went right over someones head tho,  so ZG do think ceramic coating on headers contains polymers? Or simply aluminum powder and a ceramic slurry suspended in a liquid that evaporates off during the bake process? Just asking..... :))

I haven't used them myself Rich, but I've been debating about it for awhile now, just posted the link cause I thought it was what the op was looking for. I know guys on the Gixxer forum that have sent stuff to them and been very happy with the results.

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Re: 09 exhaust help
« Reply #26 on: September 04, 2013, 03:56:39 am »
G, I have a dumb question...did you spray it on while the exhaust was hot??  Do it cold, no prep is necessary.  Just lay on your side, rattle can that sucker, let it dry and problem solved...a nice blacked out exhaust header, that doesn't stand out when the bike is on its sidestand.  And with the slipon carbon Delkovic, the look is pretty nice.
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Re: 09 exhaust help
« Reply #27 on: September 23, 2013, 02:43:41 pm »
Outstanding replies to my post.  I appreciate all your comments and info.  I built my own "soda blaster" to prep my pipes once I get them off.  I am not planning to remove the Catalytic Converter  so I plan to only have the outside of the pipes from the cylinders to the Two Brothers Carbon Fiber slip-on coated in black ceramic.  Thanks for the link for the body fasteners.  I know I will need some of those through this process.  I will let you all know how it goes with pictures of the final product.  Thanks