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Re: Exhaust Manifolds
12/15/97 5:13 AM QSHIPQ@aol.com
>* Heat coating works well when the engine is running, increasing the exhaust
>velocity. When an engine stops running, that coating becomes an insulator.
>Given the exhaust and underhood temps, not sure I'd consider the heat coating
>a great thing. I've responses from both sides on "benefits" of this mod.
>None indicate an increase in "performance". Some a decrease in measurable
>heat, some with really cracked manifolds post coating. Some performance data
>might convince one more on the benefits of this action. Until then, take a
A lack of experience, advice from someone that has never tried
Jeff, One of the best Mods you can do to your UrQ is run the two piece EM
that has been coated inside and out. The ones that are running it (Me
Included) a.) have had no heat related problems b.) Better turbo response
and c.) MUCH lower underhood temps both running AND shut down.
Before you build your UrQ you really should talk to George Baxter, His
UrQ is FAST..... Damn Fast. And best of all he's not all talk, he's
Eric Fletcher S.O.C.
'87 5KCSTQ with WAY too many toys.....
According to Einstein, the faster you go, the longer you live.
St. Louis, MO