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Old 02-23-2011, 01:23 PM   #1
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How to clean headers?

Got a aftermarket header for my r6.. and there was a radiator leak.. so the header looks like right now lol Any tips on how to clean it up? im planning on trading my full 06 r6 Akrapovic exhaust for another pipe. thanks
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OOOOOh. Thats a killer idea. I can't help but wonder, will it hold up on my bike? My header is off at the moment.
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OOOOOh. Thats a killer idea. I can't help but wonder, will it hold up on my bike? My header is off at the moment.
yup, works great on bike headers
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Do the mid-pipe also, looks great IMO
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average header 75-100 for the high heat black, mid pipe and can are separate
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Thanks guys. i will deff be using steel wool and wd40 lol
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Plus a 3m scrub pad and a ton of elbow grease.
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average header 75-100 for the high heat black, mid pipe and can are separate
Hey i have the high heat black, but it's kinda starting to peel behind the elbow bend in the back, and way you could touch it up, would it still cost the same? i really don't wanna get all the black off if it's just the back... i mean u can't even really see it, as the front looks SO effin clean. ?!
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