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  • #46
    Re: Engine Bay detailing using WD-40 (info + pics)

    Amazing results!

    I have a huge issue with oil finger prints on my car. I wonder if WD-40 will keep it clean. I have to try it

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    • #47
      Re: Engine Bay detailing using WD-40 (info + pics)

      People please! Thatís fake! Look at the before photo's, look at the rust out bolts on the exhaust shield all rusted out, the shield itself on the before is discolored like it happens when the heat turns it after years of use. The after is nice and new satin gray color! The bolts thru out the engine bay, the rusted out engine mounts! The battery is a different one! The timing belt cover is different! Spark plug wires are different! Windshield washer hoses! The Distributor on the before has a red dot painted on it (as if from a junk yard) the after does not! Oil Dip stick on the before is old and worn and discolored, on the after is nice Orange like new!

      It's Obvious that they are both different cars, one nearly new, one used and old, why does the before pics have date stamped on them, but the after doesn't??

      WD40 does help clean somethingís, oil, grime, etc.. but it does NOT clean like this post says it does, the car shown as being after, was never cleaned with WD40 it's a lie! WD40 does not make old rusted bold like new, or old rusted engine mounts new painted like factory and a heat shield new again!

      Take a good look at this pics again and see for yourself, look at every detail and you'll see... it's not the same car!

      Shame on the one who posted this and passed it as true, and conned you fellow enthusiast into believing your stupid lie!

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      • #48
        Re: Engine Bay detailing using WD-40 (info + pics)

        Originally posted by Robb
        Note: Some parts were replaced during the restoration.
        - new battery
        - new radiator + cap
        - new plug wires
        - some new nuts and bolts
        - powdercoated valve cover
        - new engine mount
        - new exhaust manifold heat shield
        - Painted black clutch cable bracket

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        • #49
          Re: Engine Bay detailing using WD-40 (info + pics)

          - new car
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          • #50
            Re: Engine Bay detailing using WD-40 (info + pics)

            Originally posted by captainfalco
            Originally posted by Robb
            Note: Some parts were replaced during the restoration.
            - new battery
            - new radiator + cap
            - new plug wires
            - some new nuts and bolts
            - powdercoated valve cover
            - new engine mount
            - new exhaust manifold heat shield
            - Painted black clutch cable bracket

            Of course his gonna say that, BECAUSE IT'S SO OBIOUS! So hhe changed all the bolts an nuts too huh? and hoses? geez! IT'S A NEW CAR NOT THE SAME ONE!

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            • #51
              Re: Engine Bay detailing using WD-40 (info + pics)

              And clearly you are the most refined and intelligent here. Please leave and take your insecurities with you.

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              • #52
                Re: Engine Bay detailing using WD-40 (info + pics)

                Originally posted by jace
                mate, my pet kangaroo will end you.
                LOL!!!!!!!!!
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                • #53
                  Re: Engine Bay detailing using WD-40 (info + pics)

                  All the posts with insults have been deleted. Be warned any more on this and banning will occur.

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                  • #54
                    Re: Engine Bay detailing using WD-40 (info + pics)

                    Originally posted by ben
                    All the posts with insults have been deleted. Be warned any more on this and banning will occur.
                    May I ask what was insulting about my post?
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                    • #55
                      Re: Engine Bay detailing using WD-40 (info + pics)

                      Originally posted by onecrazybricua
                      People please! Thatís fake!
                      :roll:

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                      • #56
                        Re: Engine Bay detailing using WD-40 (info + pics)

                        WOW! Gonna have to try that out when I get back home on the ole ae86. Also, ill be picking up a 73 corona this weekend so imma try it on that also.

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                        • #57
                          Re: Engine Bay detailing using WD-40 (info + pics)

                          cool stuff, will try it out
                          Looking and Dreaming:
                          73 Te27 SR5

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                          • #58
                            Re: Engine Bay detailing using WD-40 (info + pics)

                            I wish i would have taken before and after pictures of my 12A, WD40+toothbrush+many free hours= I literally ate an enchilada off of it to prove a point haha.
                            Lover of all JNC's
                            74 Toyota Corona RT104 - the Daily.
                            73 Toyota Celica ST RA22 - the Project.
                            80 Mazda RX-7 10th Anniversary Edition- 30,000 original miles, for sale. PM me.

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                            • #59
                              Wow, this difference between before and after is amazing! I would like to have my car in such good condition. Actually, just a few easy steps are required to clean your deck with a pressure washer which will make it look awesome. Maybe I should try to use it for my car? I guess it's a good way to clean everything under a hood.

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                              • #60
                                That's impressive. I am just crazy to know what did you use to remove rust from engine?

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