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Old 08-15-2012, 07:29 PM   #1
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So clean you could eat off it.

I know everyone likes their engines clean so I thought I'd share mine with you.



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And this stuff is magic in a bottle..

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Looks good where do you get this magic?
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you lie! i think this pic was from when the car was new!
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Looks good where do you get this magic?
I get the magic at topoftheline.com I'm sure you can also find it by googling it.

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you lie! i think this pic was from when the car was new!
You wanna come here and see for your self!! haha
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yeah sure. i will bring mine with to, just incase your telling the truth i can see in person how it works.
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yeah sure. i will bring mine with to, just incase your telling the truth i can see in person how it works.
Haha! Are you saying you want an engine cleaning?
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Hell yeah. But atlanta(?) Is a little far.
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Hell yeah. But atlanta(?) Is a little far.
Not too far about 9 hours. In a mustang you could make it 8.. Haha
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Re: So clean you could eat off it.

i like the OEM factory look in terms of condition so shiny and etc I dont care for on engines.
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Not too far about 9 hours. In a mustang you could make it 8.. Haha
Lol. That's scary for me. The farthest one way trip since my build was about 30 miles. That would be a true test for my weekend warrior.
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i like the OEM factory look in terms of condition so shiny and etc I dont care for on engines.
That's why I like this stuff it's just enough shine for me, and it doesn't leave your hands feeling like you need to dip them in a bottle of degreaser after you touch the engine bay.
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I know everyone likes their engines clean so I thought I'd share mine with you.

And this stuff is magic in a bottle..
How long did that take you?
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How long did that take you?
I cheated a bit.. Since it wasn't that dirty. All it needed was a quick wipe, but on average it only takes an hour to an hour and a half.
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I cheated a bit.. Since it wasn't that dirty. All it needed was a quick wipe, but on average it only takes an hour to an hour and a half.
Ha ha my mustang compartment is clean but my truck looks like it got out and rolled in the mud lol
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