Motorcycle Exhaust

Posted: August 17, 2009 By: kvanderploeg

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    kvanderploeg

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    I’m planning on painting a motorcycle (cruiser) exhaust with the Eastwood Satin Black High Temp Coating.

    https://www.eastwood.com/specialty-coatings/engine-compartment-paints/ew-satin-black-hi-temp-paint-pint.html

    Here’s a pic after I recoated with Rustoleum.

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    This exhaust originally came with a “ceramic” coating, but it was a poor coating from an independant shop. After two seasons, it started to rust. I tried some Rustoleum High Temp paint, but it just never seemed to adhere very well.

    Anyway, I’m planning on knocking down the exhaust to bare metal and coating with the Eastwood high temp. The can states that this can be brushed or sprayed on. If I brush it on, will I see any brush strokes/lines? Obviously this is an exposed motorcycle exhaust and not a header under a hood, so I want the best look I can achieve. I do have a HVLP detail gun that would probably work well on this application, but the can doesn’t state how much to thin or with what. Any advice on this would be appreciated. Thanks!

    Kent

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