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Old 25 Sep 2003, 03:19 pm
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Default Powdercoating, Ceramic coating or Polishing.....

anyone?????
Found an older post on PTE by someone that does this his website is http://www.acbcpowdercoating.com/

here's the link to the post at PTE: http://ptenthusiasts.org/PTForums/sh...threadid=35206

here's a couple pics of this guys work

powdercoated valve covers:



close up of a powdercoated valve cover:



Ceramic coated with Chrome finish Intake manifold:



Polished valve cover:

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Old 25 Sep 2003, 03:24 pm
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Those look insane. How much are they going for?
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Old 25 Sep 2003, 03:27 pm
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I think on his site he has the pricing, I don't know them off hand. But they do look good.
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Old 25 Sep 2003, 05:31 pm
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I used to do powder coating at work and the stuff will last a very long time their are dozens of colors if your part can with stand 350 to 400 degs. its no problem the powder is polyester kool stuff![?]
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Old 25 Sep 2003, 09:21 pm
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That is awesome...i'd love the valve cover like this:
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