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Let's talk cermic coat.

So on a turbo kit is it really worth it to do the hole kit including the down pipe?

Is there a cut off point ?
Or is more allways better?

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So on a turbo kit is it really worth it to do the hole kit including the down pipe?

Is there a cut off point ?
Or is more allways better?
What are you wanting to gain by doing it?
Is the kit stainless steel or mild steel?


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I'm sure its mild steel .

Just keep temps down is what I whould use it for.Sure it looks cool when you pop the hood.

Is it really worth the extra $
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I'm sure its mild steel .

Just keep temps down is what I whould use it for.Sure it looks cool when you pop the hood.

Is it really worth the extra $
Just to help keep temps down, I don't think it is. You're paying a bunch of $$ to keep the under hood temp down when ventilation does the same thing.
I spent the $$ for the bling factor only:



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Well now that you show me the bling lol I'm a sucker for bling lol man that looks nice love the 2 color you did !
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