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    i broke a oil line 1/4 in mech gauge line . got royal purple all over the headers .of course i was running them dry , to late by the time i turned the water back on. whats the best way if any to get the spots out??? thanks

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    I pushed out the timing seal and spewed oil everywhere. I run my headers dry. They are coated, but this stuff removed all the burned on oil.

    http://bluemagicusa.com/index.php/bl...c/products/210

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    If they are Ceramic coated headers just use a little mothers polish and it will come right off.

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    i used this to get the burned up oil off my chrome headers... took some elbow grease and some patience but cleaned them right up.

    http://www.nevrdull.com/
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    Mothers polish, and neverdull should do the job. I hit my ceramic headers everytime I get back from a trip out. They still look new. And, I run them dry...all the time.

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    thanks all gonna try that stuff 840 thanks again all

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