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i spent a few days just cleaning my engine and making it look good but there is one part that is resistant to all cleaners.
i tried engine degreaser, and a bunch of household cleaners. couldnt find brake cleaner else i would have used it.
i stole the pic from someone haha
 

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i reread the question, it makes sense to me but im the one who wrote it.

anyway i want to know how to clean it. it looks so grimy and i want to make in look better. it seems impervious to all cleaning products
 

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I understand the question fine...:shrug: You can try intake/carb cleaner on a rag.
 

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that looks like the valve covers? i cant tell to well from the pic. but if its metal, try using a metal polish on it.
 

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CougarGuy939 said:
nice front bumper sidkid got any updated pics, and did you have to make brackets for it or did it just work with the 6 bolt that hold the bumper on?
that isn't his car...he said he stole the pic from someone...(craig) by the looks of it....seems to me it is the test car for the revolution kit...

and sorry i have no idea how well it holds up with factory bolts...but i would assume you need to have brackets for it since it is fiberglass and relatively heavy..
 
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