motor cleaning

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by LoW_KeY, Nov 6, 2003.

  1. LoW_KeY

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    plan on moving the lines over the supercharger and routing things differently next year, got cold and crappy in a hurry :big grin:
     
  2. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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  3. LoW_KeY

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    yeppers.. with modifications and soon to be intercooled :big grin:

    duh.. forgot to add, I used a toothbrush soft bristled, armor all, and 3m hand glaze. I tend to clean the motor when I clean the car
     
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    have u taken it to the track? if so what are ur e.t.'s and trap speeds
     
  5. LoW_KeY

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    not yet.. had it on a gtech, but I dont care for those, the road I used it on sucked. It gave me numbers [email protected], I had major tuning issues with the ECM timing was roughly at 4 where it was supposed to be @ 15. My friend set it up too, as for what he put in the weight of the car no clue. I had a 3.4 pushrod before this and got a [email protected] The car feels nothing like that 3.4 so thats why I don't buy the 14.5 time.

    Set up I have should put me in mid 12's currently, then with the intercooler mid 11's.
     

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