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Old August 17th, 2017, 08:01 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by 1badvr4 View Post
The previous owner had it on my Corsa exhaust (Stainless) for about 6 or so years and it now has minor surface corrosion. The unwrapped portion looks better and has no corrosion. I have driven the car in the rain a few times...
You have to remember Jack pulls boogers from rich people's noses for a living. He is ignorant to the fact that stainless steel is 70% iron. Iron oxide being rust. Or that aluminum corrodes easily with moisture trapped. The factory side sills are a great example. Yet the boogers blind you from all that...

Also, what traps moisture and organic matter is a fibrous structure. Ever wonder why the engineers that designed the cars wrapped that glass mat in the factory sill insulation in stainless steel to keep the moisture and dirt off of it?

Stupid fucking engineers. Probably have too many boogers on their chins
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