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Old Yesterday, 08:43 PM   #16
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^^^ Will it hold up to engine heat?
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Thanks Iíll check that one out too.. did you smooth out the casting on the intake?
No on smoothing out my intakes. Surprisingly no casting flash. I just used a greaser and spray painted away.
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Alumiblast holds up to heat
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Thanks I’ll check that one out too.. did you smooth out the casting on the intake?
X2,If that's the Universal Aluminum that's what I used on my Victor 460 Intake Manifold and it looks like new and has held up well!!I could email you some pictures or bump the thread with my car pictures if possible?

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POR 15 Engine enamel is good stuff. I haven't used the silver but the Chevy orange came out really nice. It's thick, you can brush it on and it flows out smooth and slick.
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Cast coat aluminum, it's what I use on all my builds and customers for a natural aluminum look. The key is to do light coats, and not heavy coats.

Dulpli color DE1650 is the part number
I believe that's what I've used on several intakes, and it works well.
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Alumiblast holds up to heat
This and the Dupli-Color DE1650 works great.
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Chrome spray paint looks very well, like polished aluminum.....but you can't clear it, and it's not chemical resistant.
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This is chrome paint on the intake.
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I have been kicking around the idea of Cerakoting some cast iron heads. Just have to make sure they are REALLY clean.
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I have been kicking around the idea of Cerakoting some cast iron heads. Just have to make sure they are REALLY clean.
I do some cerakote at home, yes the item has to be very clean...but they do offer some air dry products that are more forgiving.
The main problem is when you bake it, it pulls the contaminates to the surface.
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No on smoothing out my intakes. Surprisingly no casting flash. I just used a greaser and spray painted away.
A friend of mine said: You probably used a "degreaser"!...
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