Engine Paint Kit

    Item #13473 ZP

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    Everything you need to paint your motor with Eastwood's 2K Ceramic Engine paint is included in this kit. These super durable engine paints are fortified with nano-ceramic particles that will withstand temperatures of up to 650°F. Each color was painstakingly researched to match the original factory color. And the urethane based paints can be brushed on or applied with a spray gun. And the urethane based paints can be brushed on or applied with a spray gun. cups & lids, 3 foam brushes and 15 absorbent Pig Mats so you keep the surrounding area and floor clean.

    About Engine Paint Kit

    Everything you need to paint your motor with Eastwood's 2K Ceramic Engine paint is included in this kit. These super durable engine paints are fortified with nano-ceramic particles that will withstand temperatures of up to 650°F.Each color was painstakingly researched to match the original factory color.And the urethane based paints can be brushed on or applied with a spray gun.And the urethane based paints can be brushed on or applied with a spray gun.cups & lids, 3 foam brushes and 15 absorbent Pig Mats so you keep the surrounding area and floor clean.


    Contents

    1 Quart of Ceramic Engine Paint
    4 Ounces of urethane activator (21854z)
    5 One Pint Mixing cups & lids (51201)
    3 Foam Brushes (34152)
    15 Sheets of Pig Mat Absorbent mats (12461)


    Accessories

    51686 Concours Detail Spray Gun10041z PRE Painting Prep12196z Chassis Kleen20473 2 stage desiccant dryer


    Application

    Ensure surface are is clean, dry and free of grease, oils and contaminants.For best results and a consistent finish paint all components at the same time. Mix 4:1, 4 parts paint and 1 part activator. Pot life is about 90 min.Apply in two medium wet coats, allowing 20 minutes between each coat.Allow to fully cure in 24 hours. Safe remaining paint for touch ups or other underhood components. Can be brushed on or applied with an HVLP Paint Gun. Reduction is not necessary, but if desired use a urethane reducer.


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    Does not withstand 650 degrees... (Posted on 11/25/11)
    Review by Wade
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    I followed the directions, used the activator, and the parts looked great. After a couple of days, I put the parts into a kitchen oven at 400 degrees to for a heat cycle before it happened on a finished engine. Chevy Orange turned coal black. Had to blast if off and start over. I'm not sure how much heat it will take, but it didin't hold up to 400 degrees in my oven..

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