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Old 07-31-2003, 01:45 AM   #91
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Is your one snap on,or maybe 24K??
Now that's a new one!!!!
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Old 07-31-2003, 01:47 AM   #92
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Hey man,didn't anyone ever tell you to use some protection,get yourself some RTV to seal the leaks!!!
i think WD40 can do almost everything? yeah?
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Old 07-31-2003, 01:48 AM   #93
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I am just helping a friend who has overheating problem.
Ok this has gone to far,but just a bit of advice on the overheating,try a larger heatsink HEAD!!!
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Old 07-31-2003, 01:48 AM   #94
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Hey man,didn't anyone ever tell you to use some protection,get yourself some RTV to seal the leaks!!!
Sealing up will do you no good..
You got to feel the power of the engine to get better results..
Sealing only causes choking of the piston..
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Ok this has gone to far,but just a bit of advice on the overheating,try a larger heatsink HEAD!!!
Will that make a lot more mess on "his" engine tunning?
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Sealing up will do you no good..
You got to feel the power of the engine to get better results..
Sealing only causes choking of the piston..
see Evolution? And, choking may have caused more flooding issue.
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Old 07-31-2003, 01:51 AM   #97
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Ok this has gone to far,but just a bit of advice on the overheating,try a larger heatsink HEAD!!!
Oh.. i love playing with heatsinks..
The bigger the better cooling.. aint it?
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Oh.. i love playing with heatsinks..
The bigger the better cooling.. aint it?
Keep it clean, always.
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Oh.. i love playing with heatsinks..
The bigger the better cooling.. aint it?
Not always but the good thing is that there are plenty of aftermarket ones to choose from!!!
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Old 07-31-2003, 01:53 AM   #101
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see Evolution? And, choking may have caused more flooding issue.
yup i agree flooding is no good..
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Not always but the good thing is that there are plenty of aftermarket ones to choose from!!!
No more aftermarket for fish. Stuck with the homemade one for life now...
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Keep it clean, always.
Hey We Left AUTOSOL product a few page back.
AUTOSOl should help on Cleaning pipe
Speaking OF SHINNY PIPE!
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No more aftermarket for fish. Stuck with the homemade one for life now...
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yup i agree flooding is no good..
doesnt matter, you have KY on the stinger !
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