exhaust manifold / header paint

anyone know what paint is good for exhaust manifolds? i need to pain
some ramhorns and want the finish to last. would bbq paint hold up t the heat?? i hear the regular exhaust paints just burn off real quic
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kevin27 wrote:

Nothing you can buy in a spray can will hold up very long. Just too hot. Ceramic coating will work as will metal spray.
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try some por-15. they make header and manifold paint. --
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so there's nothing in a rattle can that would do the job?? :mad: what
metal spray ? i never heard of that before. is por-15 the only stuf then? i know that eastwood sells the stuff but can you get it fro somewhere else for a decent price?
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i was gonna say eastwood as well but those are the only 2 that i know of. por 15 is pricey; but it's good stuff. --
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