Eastwood Ceramic Engine Paint Quart Chevrolet Orange

    Item #777 51618ZP Brand: Eastwood

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    Not for sale or use in California. Eastwood Paints are formulated to meet National Rule VOC regulations; check with your local and state guidelines as some areas may have stricter regulations than others.

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    Eastwood's "Chevy Orange" Ceramic Engine Paint withstands up to 650 degreesF Super-durable engine paint utilizes ceramic nano-technology to produce a beautiful, factory-look finish that protects your engine and resists chips, chemicals and heat.
    • Withstands up to 650 degreesF (highest in the industry!)
    • Easy to apply – brush or spray
    • 1-quart can covers approx. 40 square feet
    • For additional durability and gloss, add Urethane Activator (21854Z)

    About Eastwood Ceramic Engine Paint Quart Chevrolet Orange

    Eastwood's Ceramic Engine Enamels provide a beautiful factory look finish that is super-durable and will withstand temperatures up to 650 degrees F. Developed using the latest ceramic nano-technology integrated with silicone alkyds, this is the new standard in engine coatings. Each color is replicated after the original color for that deep rich factory look. The ceramic nano-technology ensures that your motor will be protected and resist small chips, chemicals and heat. In fact this is the highest temperature range in the industry, 650 degrees F! NOT FOR USE ON EXHAUST MANIFOLDS OR HEADERS

    Not for sale or use in California. Eastwood Paints are formulated to meet National Rule VOC regulations; check with your local and state guidelines as some areas may have stricter regulations than others.

    Due to regulations pertaining to recycling, we are unable to ship this product to Alberta, Canada.


    Contents

    32 Fluid Ounces 1 US Quart


    Accessories

    Eastwood offer a wide variety of underhood and undercart coatings. Exhaust manifold Paints Underhood black 10024z 10032z Spray Gray, 10109Z Aluma-Blast, 10036z Detail Gray PRE 10041z & 10194zp Underhood detailing kit 10426z Long term engine storage bag kit 50470 Engine rebuilding tools and installation equipment


    Instructions

    Click here for product information sheet


    Safety

    Always wear eye, skin and respiratory protection. Consult MSDS for specific safety precautions. Always use in a well ventilated area.


    Warranty

    Made in USA


    Application

    To apply simply clean all surfaces with PRE (10041Z or 10194ZP) to remove all oils and greases, apply Ceramic Coating using a brush or spray gun. Two coats may be needed for full coverage. Some reduction up to 10%, may be needed to spray, use EW reducer 50104ZP. No primer is necessary and allow 24 hours to fully cure NOT FOR USE ON EXHAUST MANIFOLDS OR HEADERS


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    Looks Good (Posted on 7/27/13)
    Review by ron
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    The engine looks good. I sprayed with a binks 2001 gun with a 1.8 tip. Places where I used a brush, the paint laid down smooth with no brush strokes. These places where small, like bolt heads.The only reason I didn't give 5 stars is I haven't run the engine yet.
    Eastwood Ceramic Chevy Paint (Posted on 2/8/13)
    Review by RubenRod
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    WOW. This paint is awsome and made my Bel Air motor look even better.. Thanks Eastwood for this product.
    I Will Be Using It Again. (Posted on 12/26/12)
    Review by Ridr
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    I painted a motorcycle engine with the black ceramic paint and it came out way nicer than I had expected. I used a spray gun with the reducer and the hardner. This paint dried very evenly, no runs, just shine and smoothness. So far, I have not seen another motor like this one to really stand out painted black. Best engine paint that I have ever used.
    Great stuff! (Posted on 6/10/11)
    Review by Chazz
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    I got a chance to shoot my Chevy Small Block a couple of weeks ago. I was really impressed with how nice it went on, and it seems to be a very durable finish. I used the product according to directions, , ie 4:1 ratio with the hardener, and a slight amount of reducer. It covered well over a properly prepped block (hot tanked) and the aftermarket heads that had been bead blasted. The result: the job is a nice glossy finish. Looking forward to assembly and dropping in into my project.
    Tough and Good-Looking! (Posted on 4/29/11)
    Review by 427_Corvette_MD
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    Last Fall, I used Eastwood Ceramic Chevy Orange Engine Paint mixed with the catalyst/activator to paint my original 1969 Corvette 427 engine, heads and oil pan. I applied the first coat with cheap Wal-Mart sponge brushes, and then followed-up using a paint gun with a 1.8 mm tip for the final coat. The paint went on smooth with a beautiful gloss finish. Like the other customer, I also had sprung a leak and anti-freeze also got on the new paint. However, I was able to wipe-off most of the anti-freeze and then rinse it off after cooling. Thankfully, the paint held up well and did NOT have any adverse reactions where the antifreeze touched. Overall, this is a good, durable paint, and the color is a perfect original match; as with many of its products, Eastwood shipping is rather high. I plan use it again for future rebuilds.
    This is "THE" stuff (Posted on 4/27/11)
    Review by Fred
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    If you are able to use a spray gun, this is the stuff to get. I recommend getting the activator which makes it cure like a rock and smooth as glass. Follow the instructions and wait (at least) 20 minutes between coats. The first time I used it, I (tried) to rush the job and got runs - my fault. I sanded them out and yesterday the job came out beautiful. In my instance, I needed 3 coats for full coverage. I didn't use any reducer and wouldn't recommend that you do either. Adding the activator makes it good to shoot out of a spray gun.
    Not worth the money (Posted on 4/19/11)
    Review by Tom71mi
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    I used this paint on my engine, went on beautiful nice and smooth, everything looked great until a pin hole in my lower radiator hose spayed a little antifreeze on the block, everywhere the antifreeze touched this paint it turned white, you could not wipe it off or clean it up. This is the worst paint I have ever used on a engine, I stripped everything back down and used the rattle can spray paint on it, and guess what -- I threw some antifreeze on it just to test a theory and NO problems no spots I guess the expensive stuff isn't always the best after all. I even contacted a representative from Eastwood and all he had to say was that's what antifreeze does to "all" paints.....yeah okay, I guess the boys at Dupli color figured out something these guys forgot.
    Good quality paint (Posted on 4/5/11)
    Review by DT
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    This paint is very good in terms of quality and application, and looks very good when applied. It's tough too, much better than the rattle can engine enamel found in the parts stores.

    However, my one gripe is the color. If you are looking for the original blue color for the chevy inline six engines of the '50s, then keep looking. The color sold by Eastwood is much too light and won't win you any VCCA shows. Other than that, no problems. I'm sure the more popular colors, such as Chevy orange and Ford blue, are spot on though.
    Good stuff (Posted on 12/13/10)
    Review by Real RS/SS
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    Eastwood won't ship activator to Ca so I used some generic urethane hardner 4 to 1. I also thinned it out with acetone or solvent 1 or 2 cap fulls per 5 oz of paint worked great, laid down real nice
    Chev Orange excellent results (Posted on 10/7/10)
    Review by Rainmaninwa
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    I have been looking for a suitable engine paint that will stand up to engine heat for some time. I ordered and used the Chev Orange Ceramic Paint and the activator and was extremely pleased with the results. The paint sprayed easily using an airbrush, covered well and produced a high gloss smooth finish that seems very durable. Clean up was easy with lacquer thinner. Time will tell how it holds up to engine heat. I am hoping for a good outcome.

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