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Old 06-19-2010, 03:29 PM   #46
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this is what i use

http://www.autorain.com/itemdisplay.php?sku=3-IN-1

cheap and lasts forever, makes ur hand smells like u just rebuilt your gun to : )
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Old 06-19-2010, 03:47 PM   #47
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now that is what i am talking about. I knew my local hardware store would have some kind of oil i could use for my filters!!! You da man.
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Old 06-19-2010, 05:17 PM   #48
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I would say you didn't apply it correctly.[/QUOTE]

Yea , since i am a certified master tech & have been since 1985 i would say i don't know how to apply air filter oil .
Guess i should explain what he meant by bogging . The engine didn't rev as fast with the thicker oil . It seemed sluggish . I guess when people say bogging you would think of the engine sputtering or almost shutting off .

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I would say you didn't apply it correctly.
Yea , since i am a certified master tech & have been since 1985 i would say i don't know how to apply air filter oil .
Guess i should explain what he meant by bogging . The engine didn't rev as fast with the thicker oil . It seemed sluggish . I guess when people say bogging you would think of the engine sputtering or almost shutting off .[/QUOTE]

yes i agree thicker oil doesn't flow as well, and with our engines its even more noticeable because its smaller. no doubt you can see/feel gains or loss of power.
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Old 06-20-2010, 08:01 AM   #50
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now that is what i am talking about. I knew my local hardware store would have some kind of oil i could use for my filters!!! You da man.
yea no prob, btw i get that at lowes.
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