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    Fuel rail covers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMdef9 View Post
    Fuel rail covers.
    Agreed. Fuel rail covers do wonders for our engine bays

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    Pictures of yalls fuel rail covers?
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    I never got them, they cost too much I agree they look sick though.

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    Jeff - Are you Preston's long lost brother? Seriously though, that is one clean car.

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    He still has me beat by about 4 magnitudes of clean. I do try to keep it nice though. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajeff02 View Post
    He still has me beat by about 4 magnitudes of clean. I do try to keep it nice though. Thanks!
    Now that we are one that topic, how did/do you clean that that nicely?

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    After we bought the car, I went two rounds under the hood with Simple Green, a sponge, brush and water. Since then, after I wash the car the perimeter of the engine bay gets wiped down and on occasion the rest of the surfaces are wiped down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenro23 View Post
    Pictures of yalls fuel rail covers?
    these are my rails
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails lid.jpg  

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    Im just not sure if i like it or not. Just my opinion so please dont write crazy stuff back. I just need to see them laid n place on ny car and see if i really like/dislike em

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajeff02 View Post
    After we bought the car, I went two rounds under the hood with Simple Green, a sponge, brush and water. Since then, after I wash the car the perimeter of the engine bay gets wiped down and on occasion the rest of the surfaces are wiped down.
    U never used cd2? I only cleaned under my hood once since i bought it in 07. Used a degreaser then cd2 and it still looks ok. Nothing like yours. Just curious if u have ever used cd2 or not

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenro23 View Post
    U never used cd2? I only cleaned under my hood once since i bought it in 07. Used a degreaser then cd2 and it still looks ok. Nothing like yours. Just curious if u have ever used cd2 or not
    I use it on my intake at shows--makes it look new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenro23 View Post
    U never used cd2? I only cleaned under my hood once since i bought it in 07. Used a degreaser then cd2 and it still looks ok. Nothing like yours. Just curious if u have ever used cd2 or not

    Never tried it.

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    I think the cd2 makes a mess, I uses non silicone spray from detail king. Works very nice just spray it on let it sit and wipe it off.
    Last edited by cpop98ws6; 09-13-2011 at 06:11 PM.

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    so what did you use chris?

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    Non Silicone Engine & Tire Dressing from Detail king.com. Or their Pearl Gloss works awesome too, I use that on my dash, door pannels and seats and for a quick touch up under the hood.

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