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the final cleaning (engine bay)

well i finally got my engine bay all nice and perrrttyyy haha check it out
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looks good man !
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Old 10-31-2010, 03:32 PM
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Re: the final cleaning (engine bay)

looks really good. better than mine
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yeah its always a plus when you work at a dealership detailing cars lol i gots urrythang haha
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Re: the final cleaning (engine bay)

How did u go about cleaning it? Did u do it by hand or pressure wash it?
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Well I used this degreaser that we have at work it's called hurricane and I used power brite wheel acid on all the aluminum and scrubbed everything and used a pressure washer
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very good job. come do mine
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Lol what's in it for me
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Re: the final cleaning (engine bay)

Haha looks good! But there are so many squeaky clean unnecessary things in there! Lolol.
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Hahaha brick diver you ain't kiddin all the useless items are goin bye byes when I park it for the winter. . . Goin turdbow lol
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AC, PS, CC, and ABS are a woman's luxuries. Don't let anyone ever tell you otherwise.
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Thats pretty fu**** funny ac and everything that goes with it is gone already I need to get rid of my cc ps and abs cause my abs is worthless it don't even work. How hard is it to get rid of the abs?
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wow you can eat off that haha nice job man
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To get rid of ABS you pretty much HAVE to pull the engine. With PS you can delete it with the engine in, but there is a bracket mounted to the subframe that is like directly under the IM and it is damn near impossible to get with the engine in. CC and AC are easy as **** to take out with the engine in though. Lol.
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Well I'm pullin my motor as soon as the snow falls so I can get to the abs s*** and also the ps crap and yeah the ac stuff was like a 3 on the difficulty meter haha the biggest pain in the colon was pullin the ps and alternator out to get to the compressor an bracket
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Lol. I wish the lude wasn't my daily :/ If so I would go back and get the PS line I had to leave behind because of that damn bracket. And I would rip ABS out. Ah well, come march there will be a 240sx to take the ludes place for a bit as daily so I can swap the lude and then she can resume her DD status while the 240 becomes the track whore. :D Post pics or make a thread in the members rides section! I wants to see progress! Haha.
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you have to at least remove the intake manifold to get to all the ABS brake lines.
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Re: the final cleaning (engine bay)

i will def keep you guys updated on my build. im just goin for a moddest 250- 300 at the wheels nothin drastic as it will be my daily driver
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