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Old 11-11-2012, 08:15 PM   #36
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Hopefully it doesn't turn out like this color, hey! I like purple but, I love Red!
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I guess I will have to swallow my blue pride hahahahaha and use the K&N cleaning kit.
Red and Black look great together actually, those two happen to be my favorite Anyway, you have a pretty car and remember, stiff upper lip if it ever turns out purple!
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That's nice and clean engine bay.

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Any suggestions on how to clean the engine bay?
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Old 11-13-2012, 05:03 PM   #38
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Gunk makes a engine bay cleaner
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Old 11-15-2012, 07:26 AM   #39
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Degreaser spray, baybay. All the way.

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But diluted!

We had this bang up mix we used to put together and use back in my days as a lot jockey and detailer.

Gunk, too. It's premixed for you.
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I guess I will have to swallow my blue pride hahahahaha and use the K&N cleaning kit.
Not necessarily so... perhaps this will keep it Blue Don't use K&N!
Here is the BBK Website: BBK : BBK Performance Parts

Once there I just typed air filter cleaner & re oil.

Here is the JLT Cold Air Intake website: JLT PERFORMANCE, Home of the JLT TRUE COLD AIR KIT

I hope this helps
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Not necessarily so... perhaps this will keep it Blue Don't use K&N!
Here is the BBK Website: BBK : BBK Performance Parts

Once there I just typed air filter cleaner & re oil.

Here is the JLT Cold Air Intake website: JLT PERFORMANCE, Home of the JLT TRUE COLD AIR KIT

I hope this helps
Ahhhh thanks for the link
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Ahhhh thanks for the link
I use purple power dilluted to clean the engine bay
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I use purple power dilluted to clean the engine bay
I've never heard of that one.
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its almost like simple green. except stronger, I usually add some water to it, good for the rims as well
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I just bought a new air filter. Didn't have the cleaning kit, so I splurged and bought the filter kit. So now when I put this new one on, I can have the other one getting cleaned. And just rotate them
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