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Old 07-09-2011, 07:31 AM   #1
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Whats a good place to get an engine cleaned professionally and for a decent price with a fairly quick turn-around?
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If your talking about the silicone spray that makes an engine shine you don't want that. Pressurewash it your self and the shine the plastic with an armor all like product.
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If your talking about the silicone spray that makes an engine shine you don't want that. Pressurewash it your self and the shine the plastic with an armor all like product.
No, I am talking about inside. I want to send the block, heads, and upper and lower plenums to have then dipped, soaked, what ever it is that gets done. I can take care of the outside. Or is there something I can soak the block and plenums in the get the gunk out of the ports, crevices, and where ever else it hides?
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No, I am talking about inside. I want to send the block, heads, and upper and lower plenums to have then dipped, soaked, what ever it is that gets done. I can take care of the outside. Or is there something I can soak the block and plenums in the get the gunk out of the ports, crevices, and where ever else it hides?
I can run your parts threw a cleaner for 40 bucks or less. Maybe around 20 bucks
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I can run your parts threw a cleaner for 40 bucks or less. Maybe around 20 bucks
How long would you have them for?
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