Hot Stuff Exhaust Manifold Dressing
Universal Fit, 2400 °F Peak Temperature, Silver, 2.0 fl. oz. Liquid Measurement
- Withstands 2400 degrees F (manifolds rarely exceed 1200 degrees F)
- Easily applied with a small brush or a rag
- Heat cures by simply running the engine for 10 minutes
- Leaves a durable, raw cast-iron appearance
- 2 oz. container will do 4-6 manifolds
Hot Stuff is more than just ordinary header paint. This space-age blend of stainless steel and ceramic compounds is the ideal coating for cast iron exhaust manifolds! It withstands 2400F° (manifolds rarely exceed 1200°F). Only minimal preparation is required. Easily applied with a small brush or a rag. Coating heat-cures by simply running the engine for 10 minutes. Leaves a durable, raw cast iron appearance.
A 2 oz. container will do 2-4 exhaust manifolds on average. Not recommended for tube steel headers.
Manufacturer Notification: Product shelf life is 6 months.
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