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Question Where can I send my '97 Cobra throttle body to be polished???

I'd like to get my '97 Cobra throttle body polished before it gets installed. Where would be a good place to send it to be polished (externally, obviously), and how much could I expect to pay. Thanks a lot!!

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Just do it yourself with a dremel and some polish.

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Re: Where can I send my '97 Cobra throttle body to be polished???

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I'd like to get my '97 Cobra throttle body polished before it gets installed. Where would be a good place to send it to be polished (externally, obviously), and how much could I expect to pay. Thanks a lot!!
Dude, do it yourself it is easy. Like Mystic96GTX said just use a dremel and polish. Lat me know if you specifics as I can email you what exactly I did. Later Ron

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Just do it yourself with a dremel and some polish.
Well, I've had a few people tell me this, but the thing, is that I don't have a dremel, and if I did, I really wouldn't trust myself to do it.

Ron... If you don't mind, send me a few pics of yours. If you don't mind, I wouldn't mind having you do mine, if you didn't care. I'd send it with a money order to you. Thanks!!
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Hey 96 stang, sorry I missed Dyno Day in indy but it was rainning or else I would have offered then to do it for really cheap. I would recommend doing it yourself , but if not, send me a picture so I can see what pieces I would need and I could do it. I have done 5 0 intakes, valve covers, nitrous bottles, brackets even vortech head units. Shoot me a picture at [email protected], Ill cut you a deal cause your a local stanger. I can send you pictures of my work if you shoot me your email address
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96 Tang... Thats ok dude. I missed dyno day too!! I really appreciate the offer man!! I'll see if I can't get a couple pics of it tomorrow and send them your way. If you'd like to send me some pics of your work, then send them to [email protected] Thanks dude!!
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Just do it yourself with a dremel and some polish.
I've been thinking of doing some polishing myself. I've gotta dremel....what kind of bits & polish did you use to do the polishing?

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Well, I've had a few people tell me this, but the thing, is that I don't have a dremel, and if I did, I really wouldn't trust myself to do it.

Ron... If you don't mind, send me a few pics of yours. If you don't mind, I wouldn't mind having you do mine, if you didn't care. I'd send it with a money order to you. Thanks!!
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