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If it's off of the car, what I do is to scrub it good with Simple Green and a 00 steel wool pad. Then just hose it off, and dry it off with some compressed air. With about 15 minutes of work, it'll look as good as new.
 

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"What's the best way to tackle the "baffle" area underneth the intake? "

Assuming is a small block and not an Air Gap, bolt it on an engine. You'll never see it./forums/images/icons/smile.gif If it has so much gunk on it that it could flake off, you have bigger problems than a dirty intake bottom.
 
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