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[ST] FW: Coating request from: Jeremy Witt

This was the message I sent and his response.


-Sent from my Windows Smartphone
--- Begin Message ---
Dear Jeremy,

I would say no. The heat wouldn't be that dramatic to cause it to

Jet Hot

-----Original Message-----
From: Jeremy Witt [mailto:Jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Monday, August 28, 2006 11:36 AM
To: Chris
Subject: RE: Coating request from: Jeremy Witt

Thanks for the info.

Regarding the heat, since it's a bike, the uncoated remaining pipe is
only about 8" before it reaches the muffler.  Does that change your
explanation at all regarding extra heat?


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-----Original Message-----
From: "Chris" <chris@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "'Jeremy Witt'" <Jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: 8/28/06 10:43 AM
Subject: RE: Coating request from: Jeremy Witt

Dear Jeremy,

The price quoted ($135) was to coat the header in&out fully. Unless
there is a baffle set up in the header, we can coat the pipes inside.
Many companies in the market today can only coat parts on the outside.
By coating in&out, it provides better corrosion protection and helps to
drop the skin temperature better.

The heat that is keep in the header is pushed back into the exhaust. The
heat is typically radiated though the uncoated pipes. By the time it
gets to the end, the heat is just about the same or slightly higher
(depending on the length of the pipes).

Jet Hot

-----Original Message-----
From: Jeremy Witt [mailto:Jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Friday, August 25, 2006 4:02 PM
To: Chris
Subject: RE: Coating request from: Jeremy Witt

I've been doing further research and asking folks who've had the work
done and have some more questions for you.  All responses were positive,
by the way.   

First, I was under the assumption the coating was external only.
Someone pointed out the process can also be internal and external.  I'm
not clear now on what the $135 entails.

Second, since I dropped out of Thermodynamics before I failed it
altogether, the "burning" question is: where does the heat that used to
radiate off the header pipe end up?  Hotter muffler?  Hotter engine at
the exhaust side?   

Jeremy Witt
Newbury Partners
(o) 603-893-3022
(c) 603-475-4228

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris [mailto:chris@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2006 5:13 PM
To: Jeremy Witt
Subject: RE: Coating request from: Jeremy Witt

Dear Jeremy,

You are correct. The sterling silver is the base coat. The Jet Hot 2000
can take a higher temperature but isn't as great at reducing the skin
temperatures vs. the sterling silver.

Jet Hot

-----Original Message-----
From: Jeremy Witt [mailto:Jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2006 4:59 PM
To: Chris
Subject: RE: Coating request from: Jeremy Witt

So then Sterling Silver coating is the least expensive and the most
effective and reducing heat output?

Jeremy Witt
Newbury Partners
(o) 603-893-3022
(c) 603-475-4228

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris [mailto:chris@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2006 5:01 PM
To: Jeremy Witt
Subject: RE: Coating request from: Jeremy Witt

We really appreciate your interest in JET-HOT.  This is a follow-up to
our instant response to your inquiry.  This e-mail has your PRICE
ESTIMATE and some technical information you need to have.

	JET-HOT is the number one supplier of ceramic coated headers in
the world.  We invented this coating and have over 20 years of
experience in the science of engine exhaust technologies.  We also want
to let you know that we just sent you, by priority mail, information
that should help you make your decision.  You should have this within a
few days.  This packet contains several independent technical articles,
a JET-HOT 20 page brochure, and a video.  

	Technical benefits are as follows :  Looks great, reduces
under-hood temperatures by 50 degrees Fahrenheit and more, keeps pipes
up to 50% cooler, Gives you 1-3% extra horsepower, extends average
header life by at least 10 times, and improves safety in an accident by
reducing the probability of fireballing.
We can coat almost anything you want including manifolds, oil pans,
springs,                                      and a whole lot more!!!

The price to coat a motorcycle 3to1 style header (no muffler/canister),
in&out with the sterling silver finish, is $135+s&h back. Add $20 for
the flat black,blue or grey finish. We'll need them here for 3-5 days
plus shipping time back.If the parts are chrome or nickel plated,add $40
to the total and 2 days for stripping.I will send you our full
information package to get you all the coating benefits in greater

Jet Hot also carries a coating called Jet Hot 2000. This coating runs up
to a temperature of 2400 degrees. The Jet Hot 2000 only comes in a flat
black,blue or grey finish and has a gritty texture on the outside. The
Jet Hot 2000 runs $25 more than the sterling silver finish. This coating
takes 2 days longer than the sterling silver process.We suggest Jet Hot
2000 for set ups with nitro,turbos,etc.

All parts receive a 3 year unlimited guarantee that covers chipping,
peeling, cracking, discoloration, rusting.  New parts also get a
lifetime rust through warranty as well. 

Please ship your parts to:
Jet Hot Coatings
5602 Orchard Rd
Pascagoula MS 39581
1840 West Drake Dr
Tempe AZ 85283

Please note: Jet Hot 2000 is only done in the Pascagoula,MS location

Just be sure to include your name and return info so we know who they
belong to and specify the finish of your choice.  As for billing, you
can either include a credit card number with the parts or you can call
one in to the phone number listed below. Please feel free to call or
email with any other questions.

Points to consider in making your decision are:
.	JET-HOT has an impeccable reputation, unequaled quality and a
guarantee.  A guarantee we stand behind.
.	JET-HOT parent company Metallic Ceramic Coatings Inc, engineered
our coatings to the third generation which contains silver powders
allowing your components to look better, last longer, and outperform all
other coatings.
.	JET-HOT uses expensive aluminum oxide to clean components.  We
don't use sand like others.
.	JET-HOT applies two exterior coatings and two interior coatings
and not just one layer as everyone else does.
.	JET-HOT has the most brilliant appearance of any coating, not
just an ok or so-so look.
.	JET-HOT will work with you to help you achieve your objectives
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-----Original Message-----
From: jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2006 1:36 PM
To: sales@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Coating request from: Jeremy Witt

******Customer Information******
Customer ID: 
Name: Jeremy Witt
Address: 4 Lovejoy Lane
City: Merrimack
State: NH
Zip: 03054

********Shipping Information******
Same as above

********Order Information******
Part to be coated
Type: Header pipe
Size: 3\'
Details: Header pipe from 2001 Triumph Sprint ST.  Inline 3-cylinder.
Hidden by fairing, looks don\'t matter.  Controlling heat output is the
primary desire, these bikes run hot.    \Where heard about: Originally,
Car and Driver magazine.  Most recently, from a member of the Sprint
ST/RS mailing list. 
Coating Requested: Black 1300

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