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Old 10-13-2003, 07:54 AM   #1
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Unhappy jp crank stuff??

quick question what is the stuff that jp use to make the ramp on the crank air intake?

what can i use as a substitute?

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Old 10-13-2003, 10:16 AM   #2
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quick question what is the stuff that jp use to make the ramp on the crank air intake?

what can i use as a substitute?

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don't know exactly what JP used but i think this stuff will work just as good.
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don't know exactly what JP used but i think this stuff will work just as good.
I don't think, no, I am sure this one will not work at all. It will come out soon, it just Hi temp RTV silicon. They use polimer, can be found in Mc Master catalog.
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Old 10-14-2003, 06:42 AM   #4
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I don't think, no, I am sure this one will not work at all. It will come out soon, it just Hi temp RTV silicon. They use polimer, can be found in Mc Master catalog.
ok. i live in australia though. can you post a pic of the product? so i know what i need to get?

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ps; i'm just "modifing my old sts rs3 modified. hehe
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I don't think, no, I am sure this one will not work at all. It will come out soon, it just Hi temp RTV silicon. They use polimer, can be found in Mc Master catalog.
are you sure it doesn't work, have you tried it ? and isn't silicone one type of polymer ?

bet you one bottle of smirnoff that this stuff will stay on.
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ok. i live in australia though. can you post a pic of the product? so i know what i need to get?

thanks.

ps; i'm just "modifing my old sts rs3 modified. hehe
I don't have pic for that material, but I think they use Derline.
Here is web site for Mc Master Catalog on line so you can see there: http://www.mcmaster.com/, just in search type Derlin it will bring you to right page.
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are you sure it doesn't work, have you tried it ? and isn't silicone one type of polymer ?

bet you one bottle of smirnoff that this stuff will stay on.
I have never try and honestly will not try it. I don't want to have any slilicon rubber in my engine.
Did you try it?
I better loose one bottle of "Smirnoff" then ruin my engine. Smirnoff-$15, engine-$300
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I have never try and honestly will not try it. I don't want to have any slilicon rubber in my engine.
Did you try it?
I better loose one bottle of "Smirnoff" then ruin my engine. Smirnoff-$15, engine-$300
I don't know nor care who will win. But, whoever does, please kindly share the Smirnoff with me.
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are you sure it doesn't work, have you tried it ? and isn't silicone one type of polymer ?

bet you one bottle of smirnoff that this stuff will stay on.
I'm using Permatex red RTV and it stays on.

http://www.permatex.com/products/pro...&item_no=81855
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...just make sure it's really free of oil and fat and dry before you put it in and then let it dry for 24 hours.

I ran one engine the whole season with the stuff and it didn't come out.
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I don't know nor care who will win. But, whoever does, please kindly share the Smirnoff with me.
you are underage, punk !!!
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I agree with Stefan. As long as the crank is super clean and roughed up so there is some "tooth", many things can work. I have used JB Weld successfully.
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I have never try and honestly will not try it. I don't want to have any slilicon rubber in my engine.
Did you try it?
I better loose one bottle of "Smirnoff" then ruin my engine. Smirnoff-$15, engine-$300
i wasn't asking you to try it, you probably are too proud to accept any other ideas except your own. i just want to bet with you. did i tried it, of course i did.

please bring that bottle of smirnoff to CP sometime
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Wish you started this in the engine wars thread Mr Venom?

Data -1 point
Top Gun -yet to get on the board

Ok i'm done stirring !!!


What's up with this smirnoff Jedi?
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Old 10-15-2003, 06:57 AM   #15
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If I recall, Motorman said he could find little or no benefit with this red silicon in the crank.

Pass the Smirnoff, please.
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