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Can this be used repair exhaust manifold mounting bolt holes on a v10 cylinder head?

Asked on 10/04/2015 by Anthony Cywinski

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Heli- coil would be the sure fix.

Answered on 10/05/2015 by EDWIN POLLOCK
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I have used this product in,around and under water for decades. I would not use on an exhaust manifold.

Answered on 10/04/2015 by DONALD BYARD

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I would not use it for that. Better off using JB Weld of some other metal type epoxies. I am not an expert but the main advantage of the splash zone epoxy is that it works in water.

Answered on 10/04/2015 by JUSTIN MOORE-LEWY

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Yes Already been done ate on time. I didn't want to jump to the next diameter Time-sert. Thought I might remove timesert, fill and tap for new 8mm 1.25 insert. manifold nut torque 26'# and there are a total of 10. 9 of them are good Thanks

Answered on 10/05/2015 by Anthony Cywinski

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No. Exhaust manifolds will need to be repaired with steel threaded inserts.

Answered on 10/04/2015 by PETER GRAVES

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This product is a plasticized epoxy and it appears to have no metallic properties. it works great at sealing holes and seams but , I don't think it would handle the heat of the exhaust area. Meta-lox or J.B. weld would be better choices for a temporary repair.

Answered on 10/04/2015 by PATRICK FAWSON

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The stuff is amazing never tryed it on high heat.Try it on a metal part and heat it up see if it brakes down. Then let me know what happen.

Answered on 10/04/2015 by DOUGLAS GOTTSCHALL
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What is the heat rating?

Asked on 01/31/2015 by Kerry Suomela

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Not sure. We use splash zone for patching ground down pool coping at skate parks. It's the only thing that can hold up to the abuse. It's harder than concrete coping. We patch the joints that have missing mortar. My guess is that the heat rating should be high because of the strength. This stuff is amazing. Expensive too!! Good luck Damian

Answered on 02/01/2015 by DAMIAN TORRES
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Flash point is 400 degrees F.

Answered on 02/01/2015 by ED KOTLER

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Sorry, I have just used it to patch holes in a boat hull in cold water in Alaska

Answered on 01/31/2015 by MIKE MCGARVEY

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I'm not sure but I used it to repair aluminum cylinder heads on my drag racing engine

Answered on 02/01/2015 by GARY REED
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After it cures, can I drill through it or drive a nail through it if necessary?

Asked on 07/23/2012 by Jim Cobb

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I don't think I would recomend driving a nail through it, but you can definetly drill a hole through it. It's not a really hard epoxy. I've had best results keeping your hands or gloves wet when applying/mixing.

Answered on 07/24/2012 by MIKE KRUSE
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I purchased the product to modify and repair runners and ports on a drag race intake manifold. Finish work was grinding and sanding. The product is amazing and I wouldn't have a problem with drilling it, but I don't have an opinion on nailing through it.

Answered on 07/23/2012 by RICHARD TROUTNER

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Not sure. It gets very hard, You might be able to drill through it,but dont think you could nail through it.

Answered on 07/23/2012 by JODY GOTT

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I try to avoid it if I can but, havent had any issues with it when I've had to..

Answered on 07/24/2012 by KENDRA ROBICHAUD
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will oakum seal a oak sea wall?

Asked on 07/12/2015 by Undisclosed

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THIS STUFF IS AMAZING, IT WILL SEAL ANYTHING YOU PUT IT ON. BUT, I WOULD ONLY COUNT ON IT BEING TEMPARY. THE WOOD WILL ROT AND LOOSE ITS GRIP.

Answered on 07/12/2015 by CHARLES BROWN
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I do not know is use this in a totally different application. Sorry I can't be of help

Answered on 07/12/2015 by MIKE SHERBRING

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I do not know is use this in a totally different application. Sorry I can't be of help

Answered on 07/12/2015 by MIKE SHERBRING
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We have a fiberglass pool which needs paint patching. Would this product be right for this task? The paint has peeled in places.

Asked on 05/30/2017 by Kitten from Pasco, WA

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This is a thick paste for repairing cracks and gouges, It can be used to fill areas of missing paint but isn't a paint.

Answered on 06/09/2017 by JD Tech Team
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I have used this on my fiberglass pool for a crack. Worked great but it is dark in color when mixed and will need to be smoothed over before curing and any epoxy left in contact with the fiberglass will stick and can not be removed.

Answered on 03/20/2018 by ED
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I would like to use splash zone for pontoon pitting. Can Aluma-protect 4400 be applied directly over the repaired spots? Also can splash zone be sanded?

Asked on 05/24/2013 by Undisclosed

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I used splash zone in automotive application to match intake manifold and head ports. All the pro engine builders use it due to work-ability. It sands very easily. I would use the product for your application. Use sandpaper to score the areas and just make sure the area you apply to is clean. I am sure that a multitude of coatings can be used over the product. The product is a green color once mixed and applied, so any coating would have to be a solid color. I recommend you contact Jamestown Distributors or visit their web site.

Answered on 05/24/2013 by JAY CRAWFORD
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My answer would be yes I use this to match poets on intake manifolds and heads so I use it over welded areas and I have to sand it smooth all the time it is a very strong epoxy. But do not breath the dust from the sanding as it is hazardous Hope that answers your question

Answered on 05/24/2013 by MIKE SHERBRING
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Hello, What is the shelf life of Splash Zone? Thank you

Asked on 02/13/2020 by Brad from Panama City, Fl

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Pettit does not list a shelf life but epoxy products are typically 6 to 12 months depending on storage conditions.

Answered on 02/13/2020 by Paul
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I would like to know witch product the 788-A are the 788-B is the hardener ?

Asked on 07/20/2018 by Richard from Louisiana

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Generally speaking, the resin is usually part A, and hardener is the part B. (If you look under the SDSs, Part B also has a corrosive pictogram which points towards being the hardener. You may also see the corrosive GHS pictogram on the container all the same.

Answered on 07/20/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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this is shown on other sites as a 1/2 gallon kit. how much does the kit make when mixed?

Asked on 09/18/2011 by william gates

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This kit contains 1 pint of part a and 1 pint of part b.

Answered on 09/27/2011 by MIKE KRUSE
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