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Old 08-23-2006, 02:21 AM   #11
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If you used brake cleaner, I won't pay a dime for the 94/95 supercharger. And the 92/93 now needs a rebuild.
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Lol! thats what I figured.
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Brake clean is a bad idea..as is Castrol Super Clean in my book.. but I haven't looked at what is in it..

Just know it'* brutal on aluminium etc.

If you've sprayed anything on the rotors then the bearings could be effected and need a rebuild.
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Castrol super-clean works very well on the carbon buildup. Do light applications, let it soak for 5 minutes, and lightly brush with a toothbrush, then rinse, and repeat.
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Ahh, don't worry I won't be cleaning any more superchargers . Since I probabally ruined the two I have. I was kinda planning to sell them as cores anyway. I am still planning to grab the other two that are there at the J/Y if they have one of their half price days. They are no good cause they have way too much play and bad bearings, but for half price I can't go wrong.
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Play and bearings are pretty inexpensive to replace.

At the least ... the outter casing could be used to port and polish..
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