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 »

How to Remove Silencers From an Exhaust?

Nothing says power like a loud revving of your car. To increase this noise, you may need to remove silencers (or mufflers) from the exhaust system. The silencer is basically a plug that fits into y... Read More »

How Do I Remove the Exhaust From a Vulcan 900?

Every motorcycle rider has his preference when it comes to the sound of his motorcycle's exhaust. Some riders love to hear their motorcycles growl as they rev up the engine, while other riders just... Read More »

How to Remove an Exhaust Pipe From a Manifold?

The exhaust manifold on an engine is bolted to the cylinder head; it takes the gasses from the engine and guides them to the exhaust. The two are joined together at a junction next to the engine. I... Read More »