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    What are then down pipes made off ?, if stainless steel Hein Gericke used to do an excellent cleaner if they still sell it online

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    I'm not sure what they are made of, the installation instructions mention stainless and titanium, it is the carbon racing line system with the loop in it.

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    Medium grade Scotchbrite pad - in the direction of the existing brushed finish.

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    I’ve seen ‘Harpic Power Plus Max 10’ recommended by several people on bike forums. Never tried it myself so cannot confirm if its any good, but is cheap so maybe worth a go. (Though maybe try a small inconspicuous area first!)
    Search on YouTube & there’s plenty of vids on there of people using it to clean downpipes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sven View Post
    I’ve seen ‘Harpic Power Plus Max 10’ recommended by several people on bike forums. Never tried it myself so cannot confirm if its any good, but is cheap so maybe worth a go. (Though maybe try a small inconspicuous area first!)
    Search on YouTube & there’s plenty of vids on there of people using it to clean downpipes.
    It's brilliant. I was tipped off about this a year or two ago and have used nothing else since.

    Here's what it did for me. Also worked fantastic on my headers but cant find the video.

    Cleaning a motorcycle exhaust with HARPIC kitchen cleaner. - YouTube
    Last edited by Toppie; 03-17-2018 at 05:19 AM.

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    Like he said. It's brilliaaaaaant.
    (but test a bit first...)

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    I use harpic on SS downpipes and it's like magic, not sure about using it on titanium

 

 

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