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Stove paint or on the real cheap grill paint. Much cleaning with mineral spirits first, followed by more cleaning, adhesion promoter, then the high temp paint of your choice. Cleanup is the most crucial step as any metal polish left on the pipes will cause the paint not to adhere...Allow a good long dry (at least a day) before baking the pipes (I just let mine sit at idle for 15 minutes then road the f*** out if it to bake em)



Several years of neglect and winter riding equals.....
 

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I'm trying to black out my bike does anybody know how I can paint my exhaust black chrome
Black chrome is a finishing process, you really can't reproduce with paint.

I've use high temp flat black paint on exhaust headers, but it's very high maintenance requiring frequent touch-ups.

You may want to find a local place that does ceramic coatings, that would be best, and not to expensive.
 

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Ceramic coat, cost me about 200 bucks with shipping two ways.

 
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