The regular uncoated Pacesetter headers go for about $130, but the ceramic coated ones go for up to $350. Ceramic coating has three benefits on the Pacesetters: keeps heat down, keeps rust from forming, and keeps leaks from forming. It sounds like if you got an uncoated header and powder coated it, the last 2 conditions would be solved, plus you would save a lot of money. I understood it that it costs about $50 to get a wheel powdercoated, so it can't be that much more to get the headers coated. Is there something I'm missing? Can powder coat take the heat? Thanks.