Never-Seize has been around for a long time and it's a good general- purpose
anti- seize compound. There are also nickel- based compounds that are used
for high temp applications.
Regards, Neil Tucson, AZ
[mailto:owner-land-speed@Autox.Team.Net] On Behalf Of
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2007 3:47 PM
Subject: Heat Wrap lll
So I took my header and turbine housing to the spray man, if for no other
reason but to keep the thing from corroding.
He showed me a photo of a snowmobile header that supposedly reaches 2300*,
and his coating survives on it.
My question though is he told me to use stainless fasteners when assembling
the thing onto the car, which brings up the issue of high-temp fastening and
I've been using a copper-based compound that says it's good for 2000*, but
the fasteners on the turbine housing had the silver stuff on 'em, and
presumedly on that end they know what they're doing.
The idea of using stainless fasteners I'm not sure about at all, rather I'd
What say ye, cognoscenti? Thanks, BJ