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ct Sep 2, 8:24pm - #41694 

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removing scratches on your intake?

anyone know how to remove the scatches off the metal polished part of the Intake? i've got some fine and some deep scratches due to install and ignorrance..lol. does anyone have anytips? confused

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yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
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VSGTS14 Sep 2, 9:16pm - #41695 

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confused

what do people use to polish them? to make it smooth looking.

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JAIMEJAMES Sep 2, 11:50pm - #41696 

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i wondered that myself. maybe mother's chrome polish?

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ct
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ct Sep 3, 12:02am - #41697 

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Originally Posted by JAIMEJAMES
i wondered that myself. maybe mother's chrome polish?


i have a Short Ram so the show quality of it seems lame with scatches on it...still looking confused

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yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
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VSGTS14 Sep 3, 3:03am - #41698 

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Originally Posted by ct
Originally Posted by JAIMEJAMES
i wondered that myself. maybe mother's chrome polish?


i have a Short Ram so the show quality of it seems lame with scatches on it...still looking confused


same...but i just remembered I have some Mother's mad and aluminum polish...i guess that might work correct?
I'll try it tomorrow...
you should see my Injen engine dress up...that's TOTALLY messed up in the back of it from the dildo's putting my RMM strut on...

I have a question though...
for the Injen dress up, are you supposed to remove the stock black plastic that covers the top of the manifold? mine is still on and the piece is over it...
I am thinking of getting the red Injen kit too since these are really fudged up, I like them a lot.
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dvs1 Sep 3, 4:59am - #41699 

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High speed air/electric rotary tool ie. diegrinder or dremel, metal polish attachments, & a good aluminum polish, jewelers rouge or Wenall. Amatuers beware if your are not careful you could go through the piping or make it look worse.
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