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Postby 3V Performance » Mon Jul 13, 2009 6:19 pm

Is this still the best product to use for castiron repair and alky?
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Postby Malvn » Mon Jul 13, 2009 8:17 pm

After doing some searching there is sevral places United States
here is a contact link.

http://www.belzona.com/contact.aspx


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Postby racecar100 » Tue Jul 14, 2009 12:54 pm

What about in South like Tennessee? Thank you
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Postby Keith Morganstein » Tue Jul 14, 2009 3:53 pm

All Caterpillar dealers sell belzona. It's in the cat tool and shop supplies catalogs and also in their "one safe source" catalog.

I can get you part#s if needed.
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Postby fastvette » Tue Jul 14, 2009 9:13 pm

What is belzona?
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Postby racecar100 » Wed Jul 15, 2009 1:04 pm

fastvette wrote:What is belzona?


The Best Epoxy on th market
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Postby 3V Performance » Thu Jul 16, 2009 6:00 pm

racecar100 wrote:
fastvette wrote:What is belzona?


The Best Epoxy on th market


Would have to agree, but comes with a hefty price.
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Postby rooster » Thu Jul 16, 2009 7:38 pm

3V Performance wrote:
racecar100 wrote:
fastvette wrote:What is belzona?


The Best Epoxy on th market


Would have to agree, but comes with a hefty price.


x2

I just use splashzone covered with ultra gray silicone for methanol stuff. hasn't failed me yet.
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Postby bobqzzi » Thu Jul 16, 2009 9:39 pm

racecar100 wrote:
fastvette wrote:What is belzona?


The Best Epoxy on th market


Which of the many products would you use for an intake port? For a cast iron block repair?
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Postby mtkawboy » Fri Jul 17, 2009 11:26 am

We used it at Montana Power to stop transformer leaks while the oil was still in them. Try that with anything else ! I think they got it at an electrical supply house, I still have one pack of it
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Postby 3V Performance » Fri Jul 17, 2009 2:10 pm

bobqzzi wrote:
racecar100 wrote:
fastvette wrote:What is belzona?


The Best Epoxy on th market


Which of the many products would you use for an intake port? For a cast iron block repair?


Belzona #1111 Super Metal
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Postby EneconTN » Tue Aug 04, 2009 7:43 am

I have use Belzona for 25 years and it a good product, but I have found the Enecon product line to be much better. It has an unlimited shelf life, better adhesion and is MADE IN THE USA. NOT ENGLAND

If you want more info go to www.enecon.com or give me a call at my Tennessee location 615-794-8868
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Re: Belzona

Postby SWR » Tue Aug 04, 2009 9:34 am

EneconTN wrote:I have use Belzona for 25 years and it a good product, but I have found the Enecon product line to be much better. It has an unlimited shelf life, better adhesion and is MADE IN THE USA. NOT ENGLAND

If you want more info go to www.enecon.com or give me a call at my Tennessee location 615-794-8868
Which specific product would be "much better" than 1111 for adhesion and shaping in an alloy head running alcohol fuels..?
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Re: Belzona

Postby 3V Performance » Tue Aug 04, 2009 10:19 am

SWR wrote:
EneconTN wrote:I have use Belzona for 25 years and it a good product, but I have found the Enecon product line to be much better. It has an unlimited shelf life, better adhesion and is MADE IN THE USA. NOT ENGLAND

If you want more info go to www.enecon.com or give me a call at my Tennessee location 615-794-8868
Which specific product would be "much better" than 1111 for adhesion and shaping in an alloy head running alcohol fuels..?



The #1111 I used was a treat to work with. Easy to mix and apply. Has been in action for 3 weeks now with no problems.
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Re: Belzona

Postby SWR » Tue Aug 04, 2009 11:30 am

3V Performance wrote:The #1111 I used was a treat to work with. Easy to mix and apply. Has been in action for 3 weeks now with no problems.

I know that 1111 is a good product - apart from smell - as I have used it myself several times. That's why I asked what of the Enecon products that supposedly were better. I suspect the post I replied to, to be an unapproved advertizing attempt...
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