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Looking to get more sparkle under the hood.

I have been trying to get my Procharger pipes to shine with failed results. I tried using mothers and another all metal polish and all it did was turn it gray so I stopped. Does anyone know how i can get them to shine? Could I sand them and polish them that way? I called Procharger and they said that they are a powdercoated mild steel. ?????

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Once again I'm here for you pal. you can do it yourself,but it's alot of work. There are several write-ups on the net of how to do it. However I know you want a professional looking job so I would recommend going to this link and looking at what they can do as far as polishing your supercharger. then I would wait until winter when it's put to bed and take it off and send it in. :kooky:www.mirrorfinishpolishing.com


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