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Discussion in 'Ibiza Mk3 (2000-2002)' started by cupraolli, Feb 11, 2008.
im near bridgnorth mate.so not far at all from you.
right welli set about cleaning up my engine bay and after scrubbing so hard and using alot of polish and cleaning agents it went from being like this
to this hehe hope you all like.
gave the car a good clean up after this.
also went to me jas of here to get afew parts of him yet to be fitted.
pictures of mine and jasons found here
good job on the engine cover did you paint that yourself?
no a sprayer near me did it looks ok from these pictures but not a brilliant job needs wet sanding down again.
Certainly is different going for a white engine cover, good work
yes might not have it on all of the time just to keep it clean. i love it.
Oh I like it, it's different.
very nice mate
stunning matey take it there rare in black ave never seen one
cheers people. no not rare at all loads of black ones.
looks awsome mate well done!!
looks well tidy. especially with that intake mani gleaming
what did you use to bring that intake manifold up like that, need mine doing it looks crap as it is
cheers for comments.
sanded it down then use autosol metal polish and used me hammer drill with polishing end in it.
nice one looks really good
yer its a good thing to do thats not polished up so comes up alot better than that aswell
i have just been searching now for all the stuff needed. do you have to use a drill for the polishing stage using the compound. or is it better to?
no you can just polish it by hand buy i used drill to speed up process.
just cover inlet in metal polish (autosol) and rub it like your rubbing yourself
Did you remove it from the car? Or whilst still attaching in the engine bay?