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I know some of you have done it. Mohd for one. could I just use a dremel tool? like roto-zip?

what about intake manifold?

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Oh, its better to take it to a shop, they'll always do a much better job and it will be way easier.

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The rear ones you can do because they are aluminum, the front ones are steel, they'll rust without some sort of coating.

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DevilChrist said:
I know some of you have done it. Mohd for one. could I just use a dremel tool? like roto-zip?

what about intake manifold?

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Re: Re: Polishing Brake Calipers??

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The rear ones you can do because they are aluminum, the front ones are steel, they'll rust without some sort of coating.
That is correct... Im still trying to figure out what kind of coating I could put on those mofos that would stand up to the heat and not turn yellowish... I wanted to polish mine too.

A dremmel/rotozip will work fine if you know how to polish parts, sandpaper alone is enough to do it if you are patient... I started polishing a stock turbo and I am doing my wheels too.. the turbo was just for practice, but it looks "mirror like" now.
 
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