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Old 11-23-2009, 08:19 PM
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Are there any speed secrets for a 46 Ax that I could use and keep it stock looking?

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If you run any model engine, it will discolor over time because you can't help but get some fuel on it that will be "cooked" by the engine's operating temperatures. You need to clean it off from time-to-time. There are no secrets. You can use an old crock pot and soak the engine in anti-freeze overnight on the "Low" setting, or use 4-ought steel wool and scrub it with hot, soapy water. If you use the crock pot method, please realize that the pot can never, ever be used for food again.
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hmmmm anti-freeze Stew ,with a hint of OS lmao[:'(]

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