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    Default Polishing TTT manifolds

    Using the search function, I was able to locate several threads that address cleaning/polishing OTT headers but none that deal with cast aluminum exhaust like Indmars. Do the same chemicals/procedures apply? Is it possible to "mirror" them up? Answers or links would be equally appreciated.

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    your talking about aluminum manifolds?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    your talking about aluminum manifolds?

    Yes

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    yes they can be polished

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    It's definitely a pain in the ass. Lots of sanding and polishing. It's worth it once done. It's sometimes worth it to let someone else do it!!! I'm going to have the tunnel ram on my wife's boat polished over the winter by someone else.




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    Most of mine is polished and my intake is polished then powder coated clear...I have the rear motor mount powder coated chrome.
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    oops I forgot the link

    How To Buff And Polish - Caswell Inc
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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    "old, soft, rolling hills"....lmao. Thanks for a great link.

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