> Hello everyone,
> I am getting ready to order a N.O.S. exhaust manifold for my M38A1. Has=
> anyone had the opportunity to have there exhaust manifold treated by Je=
> Hot? If so how much did it cost and how well did it work?
> For those who do not know what Jet Hot does apparently they can coat an=
> exhaust manifold with some type of solution that will keep it from
> They dip the manifold so both the outside and inside are done. Also the=
> treatment is supposed to keep the manifold temperature low, and does no=
> burn off like paint. This is also available for old manifolds that are
> rusted. Apparently they dip them in a cleaner first and it strips all t=
> old rust and gunk off then they seal it.
> Available in assorted colors. I think I will go with clear though. Unle=
> someone tells me that the M38A1 manifold was painted a specific color.
> Any information on the cost and effectiveness of this treatment would b=
> greatly appreciated.
> Jeffrey R Granai
> 54 M38A1
> Webster MA
> Hi Jeff! I have had my M38A1 for four years with no exhaust manifold
Rust. I painted mine with high heat black spray paint, as well as the
exhaust and pipes. I don't think the investment will be worth it.
Stu & Meredith Derry, NH, USA
"Live Free Or Die" 1952 M38A1<
We have a product called "Sperex VHT" (very high temp) that is just spray=
on from an aerosol then you run the engine to bake it, comes in every
colour imaginable. I have used this previously with good success and the=
must be the same/similar product in the US. A delve into your custom
car/hot rod world would probably turn something up.
Southampton UK - FV 623 with exhaust manifold in standard British Militar=
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