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Old 07-12-2011, 09:11 AM   #1  
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NEW MEMBER HERE. Im new to car stuff and I Just bought a SuperCharged 96 GT Stang. The guy said it makes about 400HP but it hasnt been Dinoed or tuned... I guess thats my first question cuz I dont really know what that means. The accelerator is already pretty fast so I think im just gonna do like chrome rims and stuff to make it look cool. I love the way Mustangs look with all the european stuff and stickers. When I get home today im gonna try and replace some of the fluids using online tutorial videos. I read a post here that said I should flush the engine with water after i drain the oil? Should i put some soap or detergent in it? I would think that would help clean it. I was thinkin i would turn the car on with the water in it also to get all the moving parts clean. Reply soon please i want to do this when i get off work today!

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Welcome to MF & congrats! ...any pics??!!
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boy this reminds me of that old post where the guy flushed his engine oil with water... anyone know what im talkin bout??
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boy this reminds me of that old post where the guy flushed his engine oil with water... anyone know what im talkin bout??
I was thinking the same thing
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You go running water in your engine and your screen name will make a whole lot of sense.
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Old 07-12-2011, 01:27 PM   #7  
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Every thing you need to clean out your engine is in the picture above but you cant have the assistance of Billy Mays to help you.
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Try not to overdo it on the stickers!
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Old 07-12-2011, 04:11 PM   #9  
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Only use fiji water!!! I used zephyrhills and messed up my motor.
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Ummmm water through the motor is a very poor idea
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