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    I am PCing some parts today. I have split the tunnel ram. Should I avoid getting powder in the runners??? Or would coating the runners be advantageous??

    I will tape the gasket surfaces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fleetimus View Post
    I am PCing some parts today. I have split the tunnel ram. Should I avoid getting powder in the runners??? Or would coating the runners be advantageous??

    I will tape the gasket surfaces.
    Hey Tim, ping Austin (AHP) or WAJetboy. He does nice work......

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    keep the powder on the outside only. the fuel will breakdown the powder and it will eventually run through the system resulting in a very bad day.

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    Thank you

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    Tim, this thread is useless without pics.

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    Rookie doing stuff for myself

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    Awwww tha good ole BLACK BITCH I love tha name
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    hey tim if you have any question let me know, i know it can be a pain to coat for the first time. i also wouldn't coat the inside. what and who's blk are you using?
    here is a bunch of stuff i did this morning
    1978 Southwind Tunnel Dragster/1980 SWTD center steer

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    Eastwood gloss black

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    sd wet blk is one of my fav.
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    Got the intake coated. Don't let anybody tell you this is easy!!!!!!!!


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    nice work tim!!
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    Little confused. Are you guys coating these things yourself? Are you just using your household oven to bake the PC on? I've never heard of anybody doing that at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T&Y View Post
    Little confused. Are you guys coating these things yourself? Are you just using your household oven to bake the PC on? I've never heard of anybody doing that at home.
    Lots of DIY kits out there, yes you can use a electric oven(not in your house) to bake the parts.
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