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Old 09-09-2012, 08:41 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Quote: Originally Posted by SRTbacon View Post
That looks so sexy, how hard is it to maintain a polished finish like that once its in the car?

In Arizona, the upkeep isn't bad at all. I had my intake manifold done a couple years ago, and it still looks great. I use windex on it about once every other month. Then, I use aluminum polish on it to shine it up about 3 times a year.
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Mind me asking what the coating and polishing ran ya?

Pretty quick turn around time?
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Mind me asking what the coating and polishing ran ya?

Pretty quick turn around time?

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Thanks guys. The coating is actual ceramic. It cost $125 to have coated by a local shop. It's suppose to handle up to 2000*. The polishing on the housing was only $35.

I'm very happy with how it turned out. I considered having the CHRA be-balanced, but it doesn't have any considerable shaft play, so I'm just going to install it the way it is.


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LMAO! maybe I should of read the rest of the thread first.

Durp! 0__o
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Old 09-09-2012, 09:33 PM   #20 (permalink)
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I was thinking of doing this to my manifold. But the compressor housing is new to me. I might ask around about it here in Cali to see if I can get it done too
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I was thinking of doing this to my manifold. But the compressor housing is new to me. I might ask around about it here in Cali to see if I can get it done too



Just remove the snap ring, pull out the CHRA from the housing before you take it to a place to have polished. You don't want all of that polishing dust getting into the CHRA.
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That polished turbo looks very nice!! Good work.
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DMW - did you pick this up from a local here in AZ?? Looks so sick man!
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Wow that really turned out nice, really wish i owned one!
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DMW - did you pick this up from a local here in AZ?? Looks so sick man!


Yep, I got it from Ivan down in Tucson.
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thats awesome but i would of external gated it while i was at it
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Perfect for engine showoff.
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I love the compressor housing, I think I will get my Evo housing polished when I get it
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Like I said on AZfullthrottle, it looks BADASS. Should match your car verry well. Are you going to run a upper heatshield? If so that would look awesome polished.
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