VW Forum banner

1 - 10 of 10 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
221 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
Well I was kinda bored today, off work, subzero temps, etc.
gettig tired of waiting on finishing my buddy's car so I can get my gti out to the shop. I had a silicone reducer sitting on my desk that needed to be installed and decided to polish the alum piping as well.
I used blue magic metal polish which I've had for a while usually use it on my cymbals and other drum hardware and guitars metal bits. (Did you guys know I'm a guitarist? It's my life.) lol anyways back to it.

Removed the tarnished piping:


Smeared on some magic paste:


Rub it in so it turns black and work it with some elbow grease:


No, your not done keep rubbing!: (that's what she said:eek:)


Getting better now, isn't it. Keep going :


Walla! :


Now install it and stop glaring at yourself in it:


Clean up some more:


Lol. I guess I WAS bored. I was just gonna post a before and after pic!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
221 Posts
Discussion Starter #3
nice, now clean the rest of the piping after :p
I will get to it when I have it in the shop where the jack is and whatnot. gotta pop the filter off from under so I can pull it out. Probably going to take a drill with a pad to it to get the tough junk off.

I keep tossing around engine bay cleanup. Yeah I could clean every hose wire,, plastic piece etc, sometimes I want to go further and do some tucking. not sure I want to do that much work to a DD.
 
1 - 10 of 10 Posts
Top