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Old 03-27-2003, 10:57 AM
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Dont be ridiculous.
Everyone knows walnut shells are to get rid of carbon. If you have a lot of carbon buildup, I would reccomend coconut shells though. Or even whole coconuts if it's really bad!
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Dont be ridiculous.
Everyone knows walnut shells are to get rid of carbon. If you have a lot of carbon buildup, I would reccomend coconut shells though. Or even whole coconuts if it's really bad!
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..........And I thought my ex wife
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EITHER DID I.... CHECK YOUR TITLE TO YOUR POST BRO, DON'T YOU MEAN WERE NOT WHERE...???? SERIOUSLY THOUGH SOME FUNNY SHIIIATTT!!!!!!!!!!!

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Did and of you see that Mustang SVT mechanic brag about taking a customers car up to 140 w/o telling them? Ill post the link when I get home.
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Come on now.....a moosewang going 140!!!!!?????
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Yeah, I find that a stretch unless it was the SVT Cobra R. That thing is a pretty tight Mushtang.

I do know two brothers who tried to port their 2 stroke GP1200R Yamaha PWC with a Dremmel tool several years ago. It was one of the funniest things I ever saw when the block was at the GLR (Gary Lamb Racing) shop afterward, and they begged him to 'fix it'. The pieces taken out were so choppy it looked like they did it with a sawsall.

Believe it or not, he did actually get that thing running.
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