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Old 03-21-2013, 11:44 AM   #1
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Colder air intake

I'm thinking about pasti dipping my chrome MAC CAI. Plasti dip is rated up to 200 degrees so I'm sure it will hold up. I've just never been a fan of chrome and it might even keep the intake a little cooler. Does anyone know how long it's shelf life is? I've had this can for a couple years.
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Lol! I just want to get rid of the chrome, it stands out way too much for my liking.
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Lol! I just want to get rid of the chrome, it stands out way too much for my liking.
I see what you mean... You think that plasti will hold up when it heats up?
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Yea it will hold up Jonathan, we dipped my friends exhaust tips and I'm preety sure that's hotter than the intake.
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You could trade me the intake for my stock one it will get rid of the chrome lol
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Yea it will hold up Jonathan, we dipped my friends exhaust tips and I'm preety sure that's hotter than the intake.
That's what I'm thinking, they claim it can withstand temps up to 200 degrees which is much hotter than the cold air intake will ever get. Maybe the headers get that hot, but not a CAI.

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You could trade me the intake for my stock one it will get rid of the chrome lol
Lol! If I wanted to go back to stock I would, by its far too late to turn back now.
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That's what I'm thinking, they claim it can withstand temps up to 200 degrees which is much hotter than the cold air intake will ever get. Maybe the headers get that hot, but not a CAI.

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Lol! If I wanted to go back to stock I would, by its far too late to turn back now.
Ha ha ... I'm getting a Spectre CAI and its all chromed out lol but I like the black filter with it also
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I'd powder coat it , I powder coated these rims I'm doing my flat black next
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Finally dipped my CAI.
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Finally dipped my CAI.
Looks good!!
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Looks good!!
Thanks! I'm really happy with how it came out. I must have sprayed 10-12 super thin coats so it wouldn't run.
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Thanks! I'm really happy with how it came out. I must have sprayed 10-12 super thin coats so it wouldn't run.
Looks excellent. slow and steady wins the race...just not on the qtr mile.
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Looks excellent. slow and steady wins the race...just not on the qtr mile.
Thank you! And very true.
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Finally dipped my CAI.
Damn good job!!! It looks great
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