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post #1 of 21 Old 01-05-2008, 04:23 PM Thread Starter
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foil delete glue removal

well got bored today and was tinkering and decided to do the foil delete and that is some darn good glue they use now whos got the trick for getin the tube lookin good again got everything off but the glue residue tryed wd simple green brake cleaner and goof off still looks like crap

traded it for an 06 dodge sorry
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post #2 of 21 Old 01-05-2008, 04:24 PM
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a grinder and spray paint! i just used a soft wheel brush and then spray painted it jetblack looks good and also sounds awesome!!

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come on sombodys gotta have the miracle cure

traded it for an 06 dodge sorry
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Acetone and stiff bristle brush. Grab some beer sit down watching tv. Start scrubbing.


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Has anyone used a benchgrinder with a wire wheel? I wonder how that would work out?

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If my turbo didn't already scream too loud I would have to give it a shot

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wire wheel on a angle grinder... then buff it out... i used simple green and soaked it for like an hour to soften it up...
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Use the acetone or brake cleaner. Let it soak . Then it's just a simple process of scraping, scrubbing, brushing, cussing, ..... (takes awhile) try a wire wheel if you got one, it might help.

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Here is the cure...Aircraft striper,either in the sprayable can or brush on. Might have to do it a couple times,and use a scrub brush,but make sure you are wearing latex gloves(2 pairs at once) and some protective eyewear. Also make sure you do it out side because they vapors will take your breath away. You can usually get it at any autoparts store,its like 7$ for the spray can. The brush on seems to work a little better. Its pretty nasty stuff,so be careful with it,and don't leave the gloves on for to long if they have striper on them,because it will eat the gloves away after about 10 minutes. Hope this helps ya out.
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I have not done this mod yet. Because the only thing you gain is a louder turbo. No hp gains or torq gains. To time consuming to do the mod. Especially with nothing to really gain.


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