How to clean your Exhaust Tips

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  1. Twista

    Twista Legend

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    If your anythng like me than your car is spotless clean, but your tips look like :puke: Heres a good write up with pics on how to clean them suckers up.


    http://blue-sun.net/Details/HowTo/


    have Fun!
     
  2. Dalamar

    Dalamar Legend Retired Staff SN95 Supporter

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    colleo, good info
     
  3. 19mustang95

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    the best way to clean your exhaust tips is to cut them off and run dumps.. 8)
     
  4. Twista

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    Yep, i might run my flowpaths dumped if i ever put the macs back on ;] and you guys know me. I change exhaust setups more than you change socks :slap:
     
  5. scarface

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    nice :)
     
  6. Twista

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    Just tried this method and it does clean them up pretty nicely. Cheap also. The pads cost $2.49 and the glass cleaner cost .97 ;] ;D

    sorry no pics. Try it for yourself :dancing6:
     
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    eagle ones, never dull does the same thing with less steps.
     
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    that's pretty good, I would have never thought to use steel wool on my car
     
  9. realitygt

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    i've never had to get really hardcore on my tips. I just get under the car and take a cloth and rub as hard as i can on the pipes to get the burnt rubber and dirt off then i just use some alum/mag cleaner on them, makes them shiny as hell.

    I go all the way back to right above the axle cause that's where the s/s ends and you can see them thru the wheels
     
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    Not bad! Will have to give it a try