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    Corners > Straights JDMxDB8's Avatar
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    Does anyone know a good shop to get my engine steam cleaned? Preferably in Los Angeles area. Thanks in advance.

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    No, but I can "dust blast" it for you at Buttowillow next month!!!







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    Quote Originally Posted by Olitho View Post
    No, but I can "dust blast" it for you at Buttowillow next month!!!






    Lol! No thanks.

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    I just use that citrus smelling engine degreaser. Cover up electrical components, spray dregreaser all over the valve cover and other stuff, wait a good 10 minutes, and hose it down. Then I dry whatever I could with a MF cloth. I had to do this a couple of time after dry lake bed run and some rallycross events.

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    I used to just go to my old highschool and my shop teacher would let me use the steam cleaner there. Havn't tried in years so I dont know if he is stil there anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DOHCtor View Post
    I just use that citrus smelling engine degreaser. Cover up electrical components, spray dregreaser all over the valve cover and other stuff, wait a good 10 minutes, and hose it down. Then I dry whatever I could with a MF cloth. I had to do this a couple of time after dry lake bed run and some rallycross events.
    I should start doing that.. you should see all the gravel thats just caked onto the inner side of my fenders and overall engine bay.

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