How to Remove Blue From Exhaust?

Answer Bluing on exhaust occurs from high temperatures. Exhaust gases and welding temperatures can exceed 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit. The high temperature exposure from gases or welding enables a small laye... Read More »

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How to Remove Blue From a Chrome Exhaust Pipe?

The chrome exhaust pipes on your vehicle look great, but the intense heat that occurs in the exhaust pipes can cause the chrome pipes to turn bluish in color. With a few supplies, though, you can r... Read More »

What Causes Blue Smoke Out of a Car's Exhaust?

Mechanics know that two things tell the tale of an engine's health more than any other: the condition of the the exhaust emissions and that of the spark plugs. Exhaust color, odor, pressure and eve... Read More »

Why Do Motorcycle Exhaust Pipes Turn Blue?

The heat from a motorcycle's exhaust can turn the exhaust pipes blue depending upon the quality of the metal used to make the pipes, according to the All Things Motorcycle forum. The heat from the ... Read More »

How to Remove the Exhaust on a KTM ATV?

Driving your KTM all-terrain-vehicle can be a lot of fun, but over time all the elements like dirt and water can begin to take their toll on the various parts of the four-wheeler. The exhaust pipe ... Read More »