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Old 03-15-2006, 01:15 AM   #11
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Instead of just wire wheels on that and burning them up in a blink of a eye. What about trying some Mothers mag polish & some steel wool? (used to work great on my bike)

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steel wool requiries... WORK!

like i said before.. im not using the dremel anymore.. the drill and wire wheels work great... i used some mag polish quick before i took that pic...

thanks for the idea of steel wool on the tight areas
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Haro what is the difference between the 2 rails.....WTF is that big round thing on the Gold one?? cause its not in the silver one
It'* the fubuelator
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Haro what is the difference between the 2 rails.....WTF is that big round thing on the Gold one?? cause its not in the silver one
It is a pulsation damper... When the injectors open/close, it sends pulses through the rail that can affect fueling. That little circle thing is like a shock absorber for fuel.
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Hmmm a shock absorber for the fuel injectors. Blazin..what would happen if it were bad?
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I dont think they can go bad. I think they changed to one of these in '99 and the '04+ still have them but they are built into the rail. I've heard they really don't help or do anything unless you are running bigger injectors.
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Haro, is that M90 painted Silver? Did you get it that way?
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Haro, is that M90 painted Silver? Did you get it that way?
No he took the wire wheel to the SC . I think he took of all the thremal paint on it too.
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That looks good.
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Haro, is that M90 painted Silver? Did you get it that way?
No he took the wire wheel to the SC . I think he took of all the thremal paint on it too.
there wasnt any there

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...highlight=wire
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