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Old 12-31-2003, 06:50 PM   #1
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Clean/Dressed Up Engine Bay?

How many of you have your engine bays dressed up? I'm just wondering who keeps theirs clean enough to eat off of.
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I can top that

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Like the intake manifold. Never seen it done like that before.

Stupid question, how much of that wire look did it take to cover you plug wires?

Did the strut bar come factory on your car? Or did you add it? If so, where did you mount the bar to the firewall at?
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The upper is a Polished RGR Stage 3 Intake. The wires are Red MSD 8.5 with Red plastic covers to prevent arching. The Strut Tower Brace is a Steeda that has been powdercoated with the valve covers to match my car. No V6 comes from the factory with a STB!!!!
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Should be getting my black hoses for supercharger soon 8)

corey damn it...check my board!!
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Nice engine compartments guys! On strut tower braces at firewall, drill holes in fire wall, use self treading bolts, like giant sheet metal screws, that is what I did on my GT anyhow. On the 94-96 or maybe even 97 V6s, they were already drilled and tapped for the strut tower braces, which made the install really easy.
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Old 01-01-2004, 07:37 PM   #7
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here is a shot be4 I really cleaned it up, (it got to dark after) and yeah I know its all bone stock, no cool covers or STB
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Hey Erick, those hoses, are the silicon? And what size are they?
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Old 01-04-2004, 12:52 PM   #9
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Erick, what type of paint did you use on your upper intake lettering?
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Old 01-04-2004, 01:25 PM   #10
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It has to be some kind of special engine or other high temp paint or it won't last long. Ordinary paint won't hold up to high temps on an engine.
Yes, I know, it could be a lot cleaner, but it looks sort of impressive, right, lol.
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silicone hoses, yes

www.hosetechniques.com (sponsor) check under applications for pics and pricing for the set for your stangs

paint was from a hobby shack. The upper doesn't really get as hot as people think, been perfect for a while now
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So what sort of cleaners do you use under there Erick? That thing really does look clean enough to eat off of man! Not that mine is that dirty, but could be a lot better.
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Old 01-04-2004, 09:00 PM   #13
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Hmm lets see, i got it steam cleaned a while back, that took care of a lot of crap that was there.

mothers is a really good product and meguirs as well. Gotta just get in the crappy spots as well, cleaning up the hosing really helps
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you use mothers and meguires wax under your hood?
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Old 01-04-2004, 09:24 PM   #15
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did i say WAX??? rick rick rick, they do make MUCH MORE than just mere wax!!
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Old 01-04-2004, 09:30 PM   #16
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Yeah, I guess so, I use meguires detailer like everyday, so I know that they do, so what products are you refering to man?
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I like to use the rubber protectants under the hood, and of course chrome polish for certain pieces. Putting the rubber protectant on the radiator shroud really makes it stand out, you should try it Rick
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Old 01-04-2004, 09:33 PM   #18
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Erick, or anyone else, you ever seen Bullitt valve covers, do they look good, will they fit my engine, and where can I get a set without spending a fortune if so...?
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Hey cool, I have some of the meguires rubber protectorant, need to get some more, have almost used it all on my Kuhmos... Good idea man, never thought of using it under the hood
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bullitt valve covers?
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It has to be some kind of special engine or other high temp paint or it won't last long. Ordinary paint won't hold up to high temps on an engine.
Takes a while for the upper intake to get hot. The big reason is because the block and heads get hot and spreads to that upper manifold.
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Hey cool, I have some of the meguires rubber protectorant, need to get some more, have almost used it all on my Kuhmos... Good idea man, never thought of using it under the hood
tricks of the trade my friend
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hell i have driven hard and long....upper still has great paint on it. Hell you can easily touch it up as well
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Old 01-04-2004, 09:38 PM   #24
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Brian Mertes told me some kind of stuff made by Md2 or something like that works real good, will have to pm him and ask him again, have not a clue what it was really.
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Old 01-04-2004, 09:42 PM   #25
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You have to rebuild your engine? I heard you had headgasket trouble after your supercharger or something?
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Rick,

dont' tell me you don't know the entire story about my car???

engine is 236 with forged internals, 10lbs of boost, tuned, etc etc LOL where ya been???
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Old 01-04-2004, 09:52 PM   #27
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Yeah, apparently in addition to different intakes the bullitt 4.6L had nice aluminum valve covers on it, was wondering if they would fit my engine and where I could pick up a set, lol.
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Well, I heard some bits and pieces, just not the entire deal Erick. Glad you got it right now man.
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well its not perfect. Apparently my computer is messing with my o2 sensors and they kick on at WOT, idle is rough. But at WOT...see you later!!
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Yeah, gots to watch out for you supercharged V6s, might show me up .
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muhahahahahaha 8)
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Hey rick0636, tho u cant see it on my pic of the engine i put on here, my engine is VERY clean. I used/use Meguiar's Extra- Maximum power cleaner on the whole thing, just be careful under there with water but all rubber I use Meguiars Natural shine/protectant (and the gold class rubber stuff) and I also have not the professional vinyl/rubber conditioner 40 direct from Meguiars. Chrome/metal I use the meguiars all metal polish. Mothers is also very well done. I will try to get some pic of the engine soon, nothing but rain/snow and road salt here so its a pit now
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OH my gawd man, good thing you are in CA, I would have to bow down to you man, I am fraid you got me bad there. I have added a few things since my last dyno, but not that much! I figure I have a little over 300bhp, no where near that at the wheels. Well,....maybe, need to get dynoed again, or go to the track I guess.
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LMAO!!! well you can own NC while i still live here then....just don't go putting 94-98 v6 stangs down or i will have to hunt ya down! LMAO
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Sounds good Charles A. I am glad we don't get a lot of snow and ice here. When we do its mayhem, too many people that don't know how to drive in it, and not enough sense to know that they don't, esp. the 4X4 drivers.
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