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Registered: 13th Aug 01
Location: Romford, Essex Drives:Honda S2000
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10th Mar 03 at 18:11   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

I have found a very cheap and cheerful way to clean your inlet manifold on the corsa B engine. Simply by taking a drill (Or Dremel Multi) and fitting a metal brush attachment you can clean the inlet manifold very quickly and it makes a brilliant job. The smaller the brush attachment is the better as it will get into the akward places. I personally would Advise removing your rocker cover incase you slip and go across it. Simply use a cloth or old rag (Slightly damp to wash away the dust created by the removed manufactured wax (ie the Yellow Stuff)

Submitted by Stonyginger

(for external cleaning only!!)

[Edited on 23-04-2003 by Adam]

 
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