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Old 07-31-2003, 01:56 AM   #106
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Hey We Left AUTOSOL product a few page back.
AUTOSOl should help on Cleaning pipe
Speaking OF SHINNY PIPE!
Yeah, but didn't RClover mentioned that it might have thinner the pipe?
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Old 07-31-2003, 01:57 AM   #107
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Yeah, but didn't RClover mentioned that it might have thinner the pipe?
then WD40 is better? right? but i am afraid WD40 will make the pressure fit on the pipe loosen up !
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Old 07-31-2003, 01:57 AM   #108
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yup i agree flooding is no good..
I hope it floods from the carb. It would not be pleasant to see it flood in the exhaust port...

yike!
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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..
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well at least you know it is well tuned.
Congrats!
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Yeah, but didn't RClover mentioned that it might have thinner the pipe?
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then WD40 is better? right? but i am afraid WD40 will make the pressure fit on the pipe loosen up !
you better hope you do not need a re-fit!!
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I hope it floods from the carb. It would not be pleasant to see it flood in the exhaust port...

yike!
Any experienced tuner always checks the timing!!!

Also make sure you don't have any pre-ignition problems,if so check the plug!!!
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then WD40 is better? right? but i am afraid WD40 will make the pressure fit on the pipe loosen up !
Using Alum will tighten it up and solve the loosen pipe issue.
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then WD40 is better? right? but i am afraid WD40 will make the pressure fit on the pipe loosen up !
If you've tapped the fitting correctly it shouldn't cOme loose!
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If you've tapped the fitting correctly it shouldn't cOme loose!
perhaps, a demo by Evolution?
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If you've tapped the fitting correctly it shouldn't cOme loose!
nah, just kidding. i use metallic epoxy to affix the pressure fit and it wont come loose.
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Emm...wonder why they like RC so much! What are they thinking during driving RC and what they so much enjoy servicing their RC' dismantle, assemble, lubricating, screw etc.
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who called me? holly sh*t...this tread is full of KY gel..
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nah, just kidding. i use metallic epoxy to affix the pressure fit and it wont come loose.
T3 certified?
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