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I gave the new zx10 a long overdue clean last weekend. Had a few bits of melted bitumen on the muffler (the polished silver part). And as I was wiping it, some of the small bits must have dislodged and have scratched the muffler. Its pretty minor, just light surface scratching.

The logical side of my brain says I shouldn't care, as its going to collect scratches and scuffs like all my other bikes have... But out of interest... what would be the best product to use to get rid of them? Not even sure exactly what type of material the exhaust muffler is made out of. Some kind of polished alloy... Looks like its a thin cover over the titanium alloy underneath. Assume I will need to get some kind of polisher. Maybe Autosol Aluminum polish?
 

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Get a 3/4 exhaust and ecu flash. Unlock auto blip down shifts and make another 10-15 whp. Problem solved. Although it is not the cheapest method to "get rid" of your scratches lol.
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