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Old 08-14-2009, 02:25 PM   #1
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i am getting a used sirio evo4, it is already broken into! iono about you guys but i like things to look brandnew and nice! as for the engine should i take it apart and clean it up sparkly clean, in here i have several questions to ask,

1) should i clean out the engine inside out?! if so what products i should use?!

2) i want to bring the glareness back to the pipes and headers? how and what do i do to clean it shiny again?.. or should i just leave that alone?,

3) the v1RRR kit i am getting i am planning to take it apart to the last screw and clean everything up and relube parts, bearings... etc!!

Now let me know what plans i can continue with and what i should watch out for?! ThankYou!!
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Old 08-14-2009, 04:10 PM   #2
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Default Ask your ? on the right thread

Instead of creating 95 threads about ?? you have.
The easiest way is to ask your ? on the actual thread Sirio go to the engine thread,Kyosho V1RRR Evo thread go to kyosho thread,ETC or whatever else you decide to buy.
going directly to those threads will help you get answers from members that have experience with those products instead of taking up space by creating wasteful threads.
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well i guess creating an unlimited virtual thread would cause such a problem ill stop, for u and the other people whom complain to me, apologies of wasting threads like i do, and just one of the reason i didnt want to post this into a sirio engine thread was because the last person to even talk in there was a long while back and thought i can get a much more quicker answer from others posting here, but i dont blame you nor the others, from now on ill post were the appropriate thread is! sorry for you time wasted!... and btw please tell me where i should post these questions i have, as it is stated, i see others post the same concept of questions on here and i dont see the harm... haaa i dont get it... ill just do what i have to i guess!
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Instead of creating 95 threads about ?? you have.
The easiest way is to ask your ? on the actual thread Sirio go to the engine thread,Kyosho V1RRR Evo thread go to kyosho thread,ETC or whatever else you decide to buy.
going directly to those threads will help you get answers from members that have experience with those products instead of taking up space by creating wasteful threads.
I agree
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