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    Default Header coatings, which one?

    Other than Jet Hot, who do you recommend? I had Jet Hot done on some years ago, I have heard some say there are better ones out there to go with. I had heard of some place in Niles Michigan that does a good job, can't remember the name now.
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    i had mine done at Jet Hot a couple years ago, but i was unaware there were other places doing the coatings.

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    I used Airborne Coatings to coat my BBC headers 8-9 years ago, and they still looked good when I sold them last year. Never used Jet Hot, but I know some swear by them. Myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samckitt View Post
    Other than Jet Hot, who do you recommend? I had Jet Hot done on some years ago, I have heard some say there are better ones out there to go with. I had heard of some place in Niles Michigan that does a good job, can't remember the name now.
    I've heard the Q.C. Coatings in Utica, MI is good.
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    I have Jet Hot on the headers in my truck. Been on there for 10 yrs. Still look brand new...
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    I use a place called nitroplate . They are out of Nashville TN . Do good work & turnaround is usually two weeks . Not sure if any better than jet hot ( never used them ) but i have no complaints !
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    there is also swaintech. i have not used them but have read good stuff about it.
    http://www.swaintech.com/store.asp?pid=10969
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    Had a bunch of engine parts done locally by a shop that used cerakote for their defense/ raytheon jobs (huge employer here). Looks like a great product for anyone that prefers a low key flat finish





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