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Old 12-30-2004, 01:37 PM
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I was told to spray CRC on my engine and all other components in the engine compartment. Or WD40 would do. I didn't like using the WD40 and I see CRC makes many different marine products.

Do you spray anthing to inhibit corrosion, and if so, what do you use?
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storm...i think its the 656...
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Sean, you use it?

How about the Heavy duty silicone spray?

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I was told that before also to just spray down the motor
prevents moisture and corrosion
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i use it on everything... cars, boats...

i do not use silicone...it tends to leave a residue.
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ok, thanks... where to buy?
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http://www.seadoo.com/en-US/Watercra...productCode=37

this works real good .
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I'm a WD40 guy. Why don't you like WD40? Tomorrow I'm going to celebrate 50 years of WD40
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WD40 baby all the way...
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WD 40 is definatly good to use. But for the long cold winter try T9 Bowshield. It is not cheap at 7 or 8 bucks a can but it will stay on the engine all winter. It does leave a film but is easy to wipe off and the engine stays brand new. This product was designed for the aircraft industry.
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