200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

easyrizer

Does anyone have experience with the VHT engine paint (Clear, gloss) rated at 550 degrees?  I plan to paint the cage with it on a 427.   Do you think it will hold up?  This is NOT the flame proof and I need to know if I should use or return as it is special ordered stuff.

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David
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vwbusman
I use it all the time on burner cages, it will discolor from the mantles up, otherwise it does a good job, it seems to work better on Air-O-Lanterns & Quicklites, I believe because these tend to run a bit cooler than say a 200A.
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Spitvalve
I've used the flame-proof (1200 or 1500F?) VHT. Good paint, holding up well with no issues/discolouration.

Mike.
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McGrath512
I agree. I have used the 550 F ceramic paint. It does ok on the founts although seems to chip easier than traditional enamel. It does not do very well on the burner frames. The 1200 and 2000 deg silver and clear works excellent. In my humble opinion.

Brian
Brian
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Nevada_Ed
Yes to holding up well with the 2000 degree VHT Flameproof flat aluminum really can take it on the 200/a and stuff where the frame is exposed inside the globe. But I have had a little trouble with the clear, Duplicolor 550 degree clear (burned off), and even VHT Flamerpoof clear at the top of the 200/A frame and the top of the two supports, it turns brownish, looks used or aged. The other side is both clear finishes are holding up well in the 220/228 where the frame is shielded by the globe.

Ed

Ed

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brucesheehe

It is good stuff.  I am going to try it on a campstove this winter.

Bruce Sheehe
ICCC #889 - Connoisseur of Time, Friends, Leisure, & Coleman   Altoona, PA - The Mountain City - Near The Eastern USA Continental Divide
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