Someone was telling me about this product that you dump into your pipes to help the blueing. What is the best one to use? He said not to get the "cheaper" stuff and get the more expensive one. Anyone have any experience with this?
There is no such thing as anti-blue. One wrench told me a story about pipes that had this, the junk started flaking off inside the pipes and the engine happened to misfire on start, sucked the blue chips into the exhaust ports/chamber.
Had to have a rebuild.
You can, however, purchase hide-blue .
It comes in the form of full length heat shields.
And forget the blue-b-gone products, it makes ur pipe chrome cloudy.
That's about it bro.
I'm currently running Samson Street Sweepers on my 95" hi-comp FXDX. I've got around a thousand miles on it since the build and they've turned just the slightest shade of gold about three inches down from the flange. Kind of a pretty gradient effect. Before installation I coated the insides with a Teflon lubricant and the jetting is spot on. If you run 'em lean, they'll blue up in no time.