Average, Standard Price list for Powder Coating Automotive Parts

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Powder coating most car parts will cost between $25 and $125, depending on the company you choose. Below are examples of how much it costs to powder coat some of the most common car parts. These prices are an average, based on information from four of the most popular powder coating companies. Note that if you’re choosing a metallic or silver base coat, you’ll be required to add an additional clear top coat. If you mail your part in, you’ll need to plan on paying for shipping, which will depend on the weight of your part and the shipping method you use (make sure to choose an option with tracking and insurance).

Brake Calipers: Base price will be about $30 – $60 each (depending on the number of pistons). Adding a clear top coat or using translucent/anodized/candy colors will come to $45 – $90 each.

Intake Manifold or Valve Cover: Base price will typically be $70 – $120 (depending on the number of cylinders). Adding a clear top coat or using translucent/anodized/candy colors will bring the cost to $105 – $180.

Fuel Tank: Base price will be roughly $80 – $125. With an additional clear top coat or using translucent/anodized/candy colors, the cost will be $120 – $187.50.

Control Arm: Base price is generally $25 – $40 each (depending on the style of arm). The addition of a clear top coat or the use of translucent/anodized/candy colors will bring it to $37.50 – $60.

Fan: Base price will be roughly $25 – $35. With an additional clear top coat or using translucent/anodized/candy colors, the cost will be $37.50 – $52.50.

Exhaust Piping: Base prices typically start about $16 per foot up to two feet; $18 per foot for two to three feet; $20 per foot for three to four feet; or $24 per foot for four to five feet (at many automotive shops, this will be covered under ceramic coating rather than powder coating).

Headers: Base prices range from roughly $150 – $250 depending on the number of cylinders. (At many automotive shops, this will be covered under ceramic coating rather than powder coating.)

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