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- Mar 10, 2012
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Put some more miles on it today, thats all. No real cleaning needed. Wiped the rims when I got back home.
Speaking of rims. I need to do a brake job. This brake dust is getting ridiculous. If I didn't wash my rims for a month, my wheels would looked dipped.
I need to do a brake job. This brake dust is getting ridiculous.
... Cleaned all glass from the inside ...
On the '06... Bypassed my throttle body coolant lines and first oil change since I bought it recently. First time ever using Royal Purple. Bought it and a pack on K&N oil filters on eBay cheaper than my normal Mobil1 at the local Walmart so I figured I might as well.
I'd suggest quickly removing the Royal Purple oil from the engine and replacing it with any other synthetic. RP does not have the best reputation, and many people have posted on the internet in general that shortly after switching to RP their engine failed. A few folks here swear by the stuff, but personally I'd not use it as there are way too many quality oils out there to risk the engine failure thing being true. Up to you though.
front window regulator clips. I was pretty nervous about this job but it worked out alright. Gotta get some goo gone. The tape i used to hold up the glass left adhesive on the window trim.
... sanded my ASMI intake tube to a satin finish ...
oh? ... pics please if possible! Done easily ? Grit sandpaper ?
I used 400 , 1000, 1500. It took me 30 minutes