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Old 04-22-2008, 04:35 PM   #16
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i got on just run some 100 percent nitro so there is no oil and your body and pretty pipe wont get dirty lolololol
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Old 04-23-2008, 10:10 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by KyoshokiddT.D View Post
i got on just run some 100 percent nitro so there is no oil and your body and pretty pipe wont get dirty lolololol
Whoooooo Hoooo 100 percent, thats what im talkin bout...

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Originally Posted by Speyederjedi View Post
Just my 2 cents but I would never add anything to your fuel which is going to introduce water into your engine, no matter how small of an amount. Here are a couple tips as far as keeping your car, parts and body clean. I use a water based clear coat to seal my paint jobs. I put 3 to 4 coats and when I'm done racing I just wash the body off with dish soap and water and the clear coat doesn't allow anything to stick. You can find this product at your local Home Depot or Lowes. As far as keeping my car clean I use the Serpent cleaning putty. It's as good as having an air compressor at the track. Another thing I do for my engine cooling heads and pipes is clean them overnight in a crock pot. You can find an old cheap one at just about any garage sale. Put the crock pot on low and fill halfway with anti freeze solution then put in your pipes and cooling heads overnight. You'll find that this will knock off all the grit, grime and foam that builds up and your pipes will come out looking like brand new. After that I polish them with metal polish and then wax them to limit anything sticking to them. Hope this helps.

I believe the crock pot/coolant cleaning is with the green coolant only, not the new red or orange coolant.
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