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Old 06-13-2007, 04:55 PM   #1
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what do you use to keep your motor looking good?

i really would rather not have to spray any water all over my motor if i could avoid it, but nor can i stand a bunch of gunk and road grime on it either.

what is your method?

if its going to take some water, how bout a spraydown with wd-40 followed by a rinsing with a hose and a quick dry with a leafblower?

i am sure someone will have a good way that i can copy from.
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Simple Green max or automotive....spray down then either rinse or use a brush to scrub a lil then rinse. Works for my truck too
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+1 I usually let mine build up a protective layer of oil.
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i spray carb cleaner....and use a blow gun (compresser air) to blow all the away
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