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this may sound a bit unusual and complicated, but im about to install the chromed header for my 2.7L and i already redid the exhaust. reason is not only for hp, but i just wanted to "clean it up" in general. before my old exhaust and my header right now looked like terracotta exhaust parts. and with the new header i really want to keep it clean, and my question is their a type of oil solution or coating material that can withstand high temps on my exhaust preventing mud from caking onto to it or corroding the welds possibly. i just hate rust
 

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Eastwood (and others) do sell a bake-on coating that will help protect from rust, however, it will still rust. it kinda bakes itself as the exhaust gets hot.

IMHO lots of heavy coats of BBQ paint is the easiest & most cost effective way, and you can do this every few months if need be. VHT makes hi-temp paints, but regular Rustoleum BBQ paints are less expensive.

i dont like wraps because they can trap water and accelerate the corrosion process. i dont think anything will prevent mud caking.
 
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