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Old 12-03-2007, 09:10 AM   #16
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yeah i would go for this tip to, because i think motor spray will kill your motor. I tried once and motor off.
For what a read once in rccar magazine, they do not advice to use it, just take off the rotor, take bearings off and cleaned apart of everything. They advice to not apply motor spray to can or rotor. Just clean it with "Kitchen paper" (sorry i dont know how to say it in english).
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