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So what do you do to keep that engine compartment clean and sparkling?
Mine is getting dusty and it's time for spring cleaning!
 

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simple green works well for the dirt...compressed air is a nice way to go as well. I wash the inner fenders with dish washing soap...cleaned very well and it left my hands silky smooth. /images/graemlins/laughing.gif
 

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I usually just drive down the street listening for fart can exhausts on some ricers car. Then I grab him at gunpoint and make him clean my engine compartment **** and span. Then I force him to take all those silly Chinese stickers off the side of his car and let him go on his way.
 

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MotorCityMadMan said:
I usually just drive down the street listening for fart can exhausts on some ricers car. Then I grab him at gunpoint and make him clean my engine compartment **** and span. Then I force him to take all those silly Chinese stickers off the side of his car and let him go on his way.

Too Funny

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Clean it really good once - then the upkeep is minimal...

As Toby said - the compressor is great to getting all those pesky little rocks of the side sills, etc... - instead of dragging them across the paint with a towel...
 

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Go to a motorcycle shop (preferabley harley) and ask for
s-1000, I believe. They use it on the crackle coat on harley motors. I'll have to check if that is the exact name but it is in a white aerasol can with blue and red lettering. It works outstanding. Looks brand new. Drew
 

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Speaking of which, what IS that crackle-coat? Is it some kind of powdercoat, or something completely different, or what?
 
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