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      01-23-2009, 11:12 PM   #1
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anyone spray painted muffler....

black matte finish to hide the ugly tin hanging in the rear....using heat resistant spray paint for exhaust/ mufflers...you can pick up the spray paint at Autozone .....dont have the car yet so cant try it myself but appreciate any feedback....want to leave the stock muffler but make it more less visible
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      01-23-2009, 11:12 PM   #2
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There was a guy on here with a e90 from arizona i think, he painted his and it looked much better! It was a while ago
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      01-24-2009, 11:57 PM   #3
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imma be doing this soon with the magnaflow 14816 mufflers.....well get piks up
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      01-25-2009, 12:46 PM   #4
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I'd recommend having it powdercoated so it can withstand the heat. I'm not sure about the paint's ability to hold up to road debris and paint.
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      01-26-2009, 09:18 PM   #5
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yea its alot better looking...i didnt doit yet onmy 09 but i didit on my e46....you can powder coat if you want, i sprayed it on a couple cans...= cheaper....
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yes. for sure! there's a vendor i know that offers it for free just coz he hates shiny mufflers
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      01-30-2009, 09:25 PM   #7
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black matte finish to hide the ugly tin hanging in the rear....using heat resistant spray paint for exhaust/ mufflers...you can pick up the spray paint at Autozone .....dont have the car yet so cant try it myself but appreciate any feedback....want to leave the stock muffler but make it more less visible
http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthr...ainted+muffler
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I painted mine with high temp flat black paint and it turned out very good. I just painted the muffler and left the tips, just take your time on prep and it will come out fine.

I have driven through snow, salt, and rain and it still looks like the day I painted it. I used a product called Tremclad high heat enamel which is good up to 1200F. There are 2 versions a spray paint and one you can roll on. I used a high density mini foam roller with a small foam brush for the places the roller could not get too.

This method ensures no mess or overspray and it dries even. You could even wet sand it if you are picky but it comes out very smooth without this step, so no need. I did at least 5 coats, would post pics but I dont have any and it's too cold to run out and take them right now.
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I painted mine with high temp flat black paint and it turned out very good. I just painted the muffler and left the tips, just take your time on prep and it will come out fine.

I have driven through snow, salt, and rain and it still looks like the day I painted it. I used a product called Tremclad high heat enamel which is good up to 1200F. There are 2 versions a spray paint and one you can roll on. I used a high density mini foam roller with a small foam brush for the places the roller could not get too.

This method ensures no mess or overspray and it dries even. You could even wet sand it if you are picky but it comes out very smooth without this step, so no need. I did at least 5 coats, would post pics but I dont have any and it's too cold to run out and take them right now.
This is exactly what I need..Roll on paint as I don't really want to remove the mufflers and Im scared of the overspray.
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This is exactly what I need..Roll on paint as I don't really want to remove the mufflers and Im scared of the overspray.
1. Great Scott this is probably the most ancient bump of all time! Indiana Jones find this for you???

2. Dropping the muffler is super easy and it will make the task quite simple. I did mine when I got an ACM Modded muffler using a few coats of high temp BBQ grill paint. Been a few thousand miles and it still looks great.
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