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What's everyone thoughts on having the mid pipe and back section of exhaust ceramic coated?
The exhaust will be a 4" ETS stainless steel setup.

I'm not sure if will cause problems with welds later on as it's keeping heat in seems to be only issue/concern I've read on line.
 

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What's everyone thoughts on having the mid pipe and back section of exhaust ceramic coated?
The exhaust will be a 4" ETS stainless steel setup.

I'm not sure if will cause problems with welds later on as it's keeping heat in seems to be only issue/concern I've read on line.
Theory is that keeping the heat in the pipes will create more energy. But I would think coating past the down pipes will be useless. Ceramic coating the exhaust manifold and turbine housing would be beneficial though.
 

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My DPs and midpipe are both ceramic coated and have no problems, I don't think you would have any problems on the catback
 

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The guy I'm getting exhaust from does powder coating and offered to do it for free. I figured why not to help keep heat down by seats and transmission. Just wasn't sure if would cause more issues than it was worth.
 

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The guy I'm getting exhaust from does powder coating and offered to do it for free. I figured why not to help keep heat down by seats and transmission. Just wasn't sure if would cause more issues than it was worth.
Dude, if you can get the ceramic coating for free, get it all done. It won't hurt. It just costs everyone else money.
 
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