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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 09-17-2005, 03:47 PM Thread Starter
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What To Use On Muffler

I have a newer R6 and the muffler is looking scratched and stained. What solution or product should I buy to polish it up and make it look new again? Thanks for your input.
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a fine grit metal polish like mothers would work depending on how bad the scuffs are

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Hey, thanks a lot for the info. I'll give the Mothers a try.
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agreed, Mothers... all i use.
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everybody i talk to seems to like mothers for everything
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Use Mothers on my Muzzy today,best it has ever looked
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Have the 2012 Ninja 650...exhaust is under....always covered in crap n burnt on.....what a dumbass place for the exhaust...Nothing gets the crud off short of a grinder....
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Try using eagle 1 never dull. It works well for me.
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I would use the mothers spinning ball, that'll polish it really well. You pop it into a drill and polish the muffler to a shine LOL
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For some reason, I tried using the Meguires cleaning wax on my gytr exhaust and it worked great...all those stains/oil/burn marks were all gone and it looked like new once again...in fact I use that on the whole bike and even on my rims to get rid of the chain grease splatter...cleans it right up...
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