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    Used a cordless drill and a cheap black & decker wire wheel. Black coating comes off pretty easy some parts are tougher than others.
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  • #2
    nother
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    • #3
      here is the drill I used
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      • #4
        pics dont do it justice its not even a 1 megapixel camera. Those areas I did took about 10 minutes. I need to remove my exhaust to replace a gasket so I will finish the rest when its off the bike
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        • #5
          Looks good, now just work your way down with the grit to really fine and they'll be polished for ah, 1 hr at most and they'll be golden brown!!!! Enjoy all your hard work cause in about ten min., the nice polish will be gone!

          The only reason I'm so bitter, if you can't tell, is because I did mine 90% by hand and it turned the goldenish brown I referred to earlier!

          Good luck!!!

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          • #6
            rust?

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            • #7
              no, the heat changes the color of the metal. My SV did the same thing when I swapped on a full system
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              • #8
                looks good so far. if you polish them with Mothers all purpose metal cleaner after every ride you can avoid the heat discoloration quite a bit. i've kept after the stock mid pipe section of my exhaust and they are still very shiny and don't have that golden brown tint to them.
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                • #9
                  If it looks a golden color that wont bother me too bad. I just cant stand the way the y look stock. I will get a full system but I want to replace the rear shock first.
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