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Ceramic Coated Exhaust

Jerry

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I've read a few articles on this. Seems like a pretty good idea.


<UL>
<LI>Extends the life of the exhaust - protection from rust and corrosion</LI>
<LI>Less damage to other parts in the engine area due to heat fatigue</LI>
<LI>reduces the amount off heat being sucked into your engine's intake - more HP</LI>
<LI>For about $250.00 it doesn't seem like such a bad idea</LI>[/list]


Anyone doing this with their exhaust ?
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