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ghetto_996 replied to swynn97's topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)The longer you wait, the harder it will be to refinish them and worse they will get. A good marine store will have the best products for slowing the deterioration of your finish if you want to do nothing. If you want to refinish them, I would vote for the 3M lens kit WITH TRIZACT technology. I've worked extensively with the these pads in the past and they are outstanding for glass and plastic polishing (I work in the optics industry).
Thank you for the information. Time to dig into rerouting the new lines.
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So I was watching a YouTube video on how to clean my throttle body. It was very thorough except for one thing. It never mentioned anything about the two small tubes that insert into the gasket that connects the plenum to the intake manifolds. I've searched and can find no info on what these tubes are. I snapped one and am not looking forward to trying to run a new one. If I could just leave it off that would be best.