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Is POR 15 heat resistant?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Westside Lefty, Dec 8, 2008.

  1. Westside Lefty
    Joined: Jul 25, 2007
    Posts: 332

    Westside Lefty
    Member
    from Venice

    I suppose I should have asked this question before I painted my firewall but if anybody has experience with it I'd appreciate the heads up.
     
  2. SlowandLow63
    Joined: Sep 18, 2004
    Posts: 5,953

    SlowandLow63
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    from Central NJ

    I don't think you'll have to worry about it on your firewall. I can only imagine its at least more heat resistant than regular paint, and that does fine on firewalls and engines.
     
  3. LastMinuteMark
    Joined: Apr 11, 2008
    Posts: 349

    LastMinuteMark
    Member
    from So. Cal.

    your fine......i painted the engine compartment/firewall in mine, i cant fit my finger between the head and the firewall on one side and the heat hasnt damaged it at all
     
  4. INTRUDER
    Joined: Mar 3, 2007
    Posts: 206

    INTRUDER
    Member
    from NW Indiana

    go to www.POR15.com

    see all the type of paint they have.
    Regular por 15 on a fire wall will work just fine.
     

  5. I stripped my outdoor barbeque grill ( big old Ducane) last July and repainted it with black POR 15.
    Looked nice for about 3 weeks then it faded to a chalky looking
    greyish - black.
    Looks awful now but it's not peeling!
     
  6. iamspencer
    Joined: Aug 3, 2008
    Posts: 350

    iamspencer
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    Mybe from the sun, its said to be sensitive to light
     
  7. 51 Leadsled
    Joined: Nov 23, 2007
    Posts: 954

    51 Leadsled
    Member
    from NC

    He is right, POR 15 does not like light, don't try to paint over it what ever you put on it will not stick. They have a product called tie coat(?) that you cann apply and the paint over that. POR 15 will take what ever you throw at it except for an open flame (even that takes awhile)
     
  8. Pothole 31A
    Joined: Dec 15, 2007
    Posts: 318

    Pothole 31A
    Member

    The temp will not matter for your car I am guessing about 400 is the max it can go. Also i think its an epoxy and those normally do not take UV rays and tent to fade and chalk. Top coat for the best look.
     
  9. BigChief
    Joined: Jan 14, 2003
    Posts: 2,080

    BigChief
    Member

    Isn't there a POR-20 for high temp use?
     

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