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Through this last week I've been prety bored, so I decided
to clean up the ZRT a little more. What do you guy's think? The outside still needs a little more work, but I painted the pipes, re sealed them, and cleaned under the hood a lot.

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and me wishing we had snow like this.

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That white looks pretty dang sweet and the pipes look good, too. LOL
 

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looks good, what kind of paint did you use on the pipes?
 

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It's called flat silver, it's a header paint made my VHT, it's good for 1500 degrees
 

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thanks
 

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my 1500 degree paint burned off of my cougar 440 last year
 

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I'm looking at swain tech's web site and it doesn't say what it's good to, but you would think it would be 1500 or higher. I used black paint that was good to 1500 last time (2 years ago) and it held up good. The trick is to bake it on, run the sled fairly hard for 15 min, shut down, let it cool right off, and repeat a couple times. If you have access to a big enough oven that works better.
 

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i used the oven and my bbq to do my ypipe and my can....but the pipe i did what zrt600 said to do. but zrt600 that looks awsome....i also wish we had snow like that. i am head up to the lake tomorrow morning to ride some ice hopefully the lake is solid lol.
 
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