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    Wondering if anyone has used any of the ceramic coatings offered and what feedback you have, particularly if you applied it a year or two or more ago and how it holds up.

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    I do cerakote on alot of different gun parts. It is durable as hell but i suspect over tie any nick in the finish would allow corrosion to get under it and bubble.
    1998 253 W/A Suzuki 300

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      Originally posted by mbsbrett


      I do cerakote on alot of different gun parts. It is durable as hell but i suspect over tie any nick in the finish would allow corrosion to get under it and bubble.



      I think the OP is questioning the "wax like" ceramic coatings that have questionable results.

      I love cerakote and have used it on exhaust headers with good results.

      D-
      Current Mqko - 1990 Mako 211 w/2006 250 E-TEC. http://www.classicmako.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=6226. [br]- Previous Makos 1987 20C, 1979 23\' IB, 1970s 17 Angler

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      • #4
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        Originally posted by dtmackey


        quote:


        Originally posted by mbsbrett


        I do cerakote on alot of different gun parts. It is durable as hell but i suspect over tie any nick in the finish would allow corrosion to get under it and bubble.



        I think the OP is questioning the "wax like" ceramic coatings that have questionable results.

        I love cerakote and have used it on exhaust headers with good results.

        D-



        Yes, there are several out there, ceramicpro, liquid armor etc, those "nano" type ceramic coatings the "bond" to the gel coat, that's what I'm asking about. Thanks.

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          I saw an add locally not too long ago and I recall being shocked by the price; I believe it was $132/Ft.
          \'93 241 https://forum.classicmako.com/forum/...etting-started
          \'82 224 - Mobile, AL Gone but NEVER Forgotten - https://forum.classicmako.com/forum/...indshield-tank

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          • #6
            I was referencing the hard heat cured versions.
            1998 253 W/A Suzuki 300

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