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how do you guys clean the honeycomb on the front of the hood scoop? Do you wax afterwards? What products do you use?
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I use Mothers Back-To-Black and a sh*tload of Q-Tips!
 

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Ditto!
 

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Same here. Anyone have anything that works better? I also use Back to Black on the 69's grill. Now that has a lot of squares to clean! :sad:
 

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I use an Air Hose to blow out the water and junk. Seems to work fine for 227 :wink:.

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Hmmmm... I wonder if a compressed air duster would do?
 

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Small cans of compressed air. Same item to clean out computer keyboards. Second choice is imfamous leaf blower.
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I'd be afraid of a leaf blower. Those things don't have filters (no need) and will easily send out small particulates (i.e. sand, road/sea salt in the air, dust) at your car at 100MPH...
 

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Which brings forth a question--can the honeycomb grill in the scoop itself be removed and put back on over and over? That would make it easier to clean...
 

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BUL2294,
The honey comb can be taken out but the hood
scoop has to be taken off. That means taking
the under hood liner off to access the scoop
bolts. I took the scoop off recently to
install a custom "gasket" under the scoop
to protect the hood paint and scoop paint.
I noticed while the scoop was off that the honey
comb could be removed. It may be possible
to modify the mounting of the honey comb
so you can take it out and clean it without
having to do the proceedure above. Either
way the scoop will have to come off at least
once to do this. :smile:
 
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