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So i just painted my headers a few weeks back they looked awesome and after the first time letting it run to fill up my new radiator the paint started to bubble and then flake off. I did everything as the instructions said sandblasted, cleaned with reduced kbs cleaner, dried with compressed air, 2 light coats of aerosol primer, waited about 10hrs or more then 2 light coats of pure white, baked in a welding rod oven at 350 for half hour. I even took the precaution of letting them sit for a week before i put them on the motor and only ran it for a few seconds 2 or three times to give it a good heat cycle before i actually ran it. Primer looks fine under the paint, should i have scuffed the primer? I included a before picture and will take a picture later of what it looks like now.
“I work for a company called Industrial Emergency Counsel. We have a aircraft simulator to train airport firefighters. Recently I use the XTC Rocket Red paint and it’s holding up very well! Please see the pictures. Words cannot explain what your paint is holding up to. I think we could use this prop as a commercial showing how well your XTC holds up to the most extreme conditions!” -Rich from Sacramento, CA XTC is a high temperature/heat resistant coating formulated specifically to protect metal surfaces operating at temperatures from 500°F (260°C) to 1500°F (812°C). With proper preparation, XTC provides outstanding adhesion, film integrity, weathering, and thermal shock-resistance throughout this entire temperature range, and is guaranteed not to burn off! XTC is ideal for exterior applications because it resists rust when primed with XTC Primer.