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    Picture of Intakes

    Hey guys ! Just got my intakes back from getting coated at Nitroplate.
    One is a sniper and the other is a 454R.
    The Sniper Before




    Both intakes after !













    Also a few sneak peaks at my car that just returned from the powdercoater !




    David Lanning
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    looking killer man. didnt you just do one of those rails a few months ago?

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    Yep got it in Sept, redoing the whole car, needed a big face lift
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    Does coating the inside the intake like yours is done help with flow?
    Just curious, I'm sure they will look very cool sitting on top that bad bbc in your rail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cepx111
    Does coating the inside the intake like yours is done help with flow?
    Just curious, I'm sure they will look very cool sitting on top that bad bbc in your rail.
    >< Cp
    I am not sure on the flow, I wondered if it did or not also.

    thanks

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    If you don't mind sharing... How much did the intake coating cost?

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    Not a problem, they were $125.00 each plus shipping, this is the 2nd and 3rd intake I've had them do, all three turned out awesome. If I would have spent a little time and cleaned the castings up they would have been even better. Pictures just dont do it justice.
    David Lanning
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    ANY CHANCE OF THE COATING COMING OFF INSIDE??? ops: ops: ops: -- COULD IT BE A PROBLEM!!!---THEY LOOK GREAT!!! :lol: :lol: ---LIVELY

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    :shock: What is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hammertime
    Not a problem, they were $125.00 each plus shipping, this is the 2nd and 3rd intake I've had them do, all three turned out awesome. If I would have spent a little time and cleaned the castings up they would have been even better. Pictures just dont do it justice.
    Thanks for sharing. My blower intake (aluminum) is corroding under the blower. The cold alky makes it sweat, and the water just sits in it. I'm considering either that ceramic type coating, or powder coating, after it's been bead blasted.


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