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Alright, I have the stock twin setup on my car. I emailed Jet-Hot about wanting to get thier silver 1300 coating for all the stock turbo piping. They emailed me back and suggested not to use the silver 1300 coating because in tempertatures over 1300 it will start to discolor, bubble, and flak off. My question is does the stock turbo piping ever get to 1300 degrees? Would I be ok to go with the silver 1300 degree coating. Any information would be great, thanks!
 
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I would take their advise at the very least. Jet hot coating the stock setup would be a supreme waste in my opinion. Save it for something else.

If you are insistent on coating, try Polydyn in Houston. Their matte black thermal coating has been great after a year on my HKS 2835s. If you just want shine, get the parts polished.
 
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If you're going to do a Jet Hot, just do the 2000. I did my T78 in JetHot 2000 blue, and it looks very nice. But I agree with Walser, don't bother coating the stockers. It's not worth it.
 
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