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Old 11-08-2011, 02:49 PM
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Winter is near. Time to pack her up.

First off all I can say is. Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooo!!!!! Where did the summer go? Why do I live in such a hostile environment for the lude? Monthly visits wont satisfy my fiending. I have till next sunday to get it all out but I need something to stimulate me in my free time after.
My goal is to get as much off of it so that I have things to tinker with. Would it be ok to leave the valve cover and oil pan off for the whole winter season?
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Old 11-08-2011, 04:18 PM
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Re: Winter is near. Time to pack her up.

I wouldn't leave the vc or oil pan off. dirt, debris, moisture can get into your motor. plus, the last thing you need is a mouse in your engine
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Re: Winter is near. Time to pack her up.

mouse. lol. speaking of which, kinda of topic but when i wsa doin the 5spd swap with brian, there was a mouse in my lude. sucker stuck his head out at me from the hole that was drilled in the fire wall for the clutch lol. never caught him....
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Re: Winter is near. Time to pack her up.

Yea thats what I was thinking. Thanks Ogs. Since I need to take my VC to get ventilated and re baffled ill just cover it with plastic tightly and get it back on as soon as possible.
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mouse. lol. speaking of which, kinda of topic but when i wsa doin the 5spd swap with brian, there was a mouse in my lude. sucker stuck his head out at me from the hole that was drilled in the fire wall for the clutch lol. never caught him....

i had a snake in mine




def do NOTTT leave the VC and oil pan off for the winter!!!!! cover it with plastic for the time being and put the VC on as soon as its finished.
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Re: Winter is near. Time to pack her up.

^hahahahah. In the off topic section we should start a thread labeled "weirdest things found in your Prelude".
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Re: Winter is near. Time to pack her up.

OMG Nick! If I ever found a snake in my car or like a huge spider (like a tarantula) I would run for the hills! Or a torch....
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