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Hey, I want to polish my valve cover. Where can I get it done locally? Is there a place?
 

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there's a dude who posted this in the Appearance forum, he's in Chantilly. Charges apparently $145 to do it.
 

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I do offer an exchange program for polished valve cover to minimize your downtime. Some people can afford to have their car down for a extended period of time and some people can't.

I just picked up a GTS and a GT valve cover to start the program. I will have pictures in couple of weeks.

Here are some pictures of my work.

http://imageevent.com/1max2nv/s2kvalvecover

http://imageevent.com/1max2nv/hondavalvecovers

http://imageevent.com/1max2nv/acuravalvecovers

http://imageevent.com/1max2nv/nissanvalvecovers
 

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You will end up spending more time and money with a dremel. I have a dremel and you can't get the same shine/detail with a dremel. You need air tools and floorstanding buffing wheels with various polishing compounds.

ringthree said:
Man, just get a polishing tip for a dremel tool. Save yourself a bunch of money.
 
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