So i'm trying to clean up my intake, getting off the old epoxy is a bitch... any of you guys have any tricks? So far whats been working best for me is a air hammer and then hitting the small stuff with wire wheel.
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add a little heat to it with a propane torch. I prefer the 2 inch 36 grit sanding disk on a right angle die grinder.
Check these out!, Work bitchen...Warm it up a little with a heat gun or Turbo torch (propane) and hit it with one of these (clean in about 20 min.)
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I use a 4 inch angle grinder with an 80 grit disc on it. Takes a few minutes and as long as you are careful you wont have any trouble
Been there done that ... angle grinder it, wash it, blast it, machine it, power coat it, install it:
I got it all cleaned up, was a bitch tool probably 30-40 minutes, that epoxy was really on there and was thick all the way around and chunky where it broke loose from the hull. I used a angle gringer with a 2-3" sanding disc.
One thing that sucks, when moving the intake i dropped the thing and chipped off a small chunk of the front left corner, the bolt hole is still there is just has a small opening now.. Errr... maybe when jack is welding up my fins he can fill that back in.