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post #1 of 9 Old 06-30-2009, 07:40 PM Thread Starter
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Ceramic Coated DPF Delete Pipe

I got a hold of Aaron @dpfdeletekits.com last week and told him that I needed a delete pipe right away. He was very helpful and got me one of powerstroker67s 4" full deletes. He even told me about a ceramic coating option which I really wanted since my truck will be lifted and it will look much better. I got the pipe today and its beautiful. Very solid welds, bends look great, the flange is nice and thick and the ceramic coating is very very nice.

For anyone looking for a pipe or any other parts I would not hesitate to call, email or pm Aaron and let him know what you need. He took care of me very well.

I will be installing this beast tommorow morning along with my S&B and Spartan 275! Wish me luck!






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Very nice! I think ceramic coating is good for an extra 30 hp.
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Ha, I wish that was true. Might not be worth any extra power but it sure looks nice.

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Very nice! So will the coating keep it from rusting or atleast slow it down?
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Yes it protects the pipe from corrosion and rust, while reducing heat inside and out.
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Looks very nice. I've been strongly considering having my whole exhaust ceramic coated, but am curious as to how they would avoid coating the tip, so it was still chrome.

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I can ask the coating company, I think this might be a problem because the pipes have to be sandblasted prior to coating, sprayed with material then baked/heated, and finally polished in a media with liquid. Even if the tip was covered or protected during all this, the heat/baking may discolor it.
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Hmmm...perhaps I could have my tip cut off and then welded back on. It'd be cool if you could look into it for me though.

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