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Here are 2 pics of my engine bay!

BEFORE: Behold the almighty dirtiest enginebay ever! :rolleyes


AFTER: The picture says it all! :D
 

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that came out amazing guy
 

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Gerkman said:
I used Wurth Pineline \
After that I used a thing called "Engine Dressing" ;)
Like salad dressing?
 

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wow i got to try that seeing what a amazing job it did to yours
 

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k0rupt_ed said:
wow i got to try that seeing what a amazing job it did to yours
Yes, it could do miracles! ;)

But here are some hints:

#1: MAKE SURE THAT THE ENGINE IS COOL AND NOT HOT.

#2: HAVE THE DEGREASER ON FOR ABOUT 2 MINUTES, BUT NOT LET IT DRY IN TOO MUCH.

#3: BE CAREFUL WHEN BLOWING WATER ON THE ENGINE, SUCH AS ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND WIRE CONNECTIONS.

#4: IF YOU HAVE A "OPEN" AIR FILTER MAKE SURE TO PUT A PLASTIC BAG OVER IT SO IT DOESEN'T GET SOAKED WITH WATER, OTHERWISE THE ENGINE WILL SUCK IN ALL THE WATER.


Hope the hints will come in handy :)
 

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Hey Gerkman,

Wow!!! Great job on the Engine.

One thing that I would add to your cleaning steps is have the engine (cold) off when you spray the degreaser and on when you spray the water. Reason being you can hear if something starts to fail or trip and stop the water.

Good Work :clappy
 
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