RE: Exhaust Cleaning

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By saying blowtorch I actually mean a gasoline blowtorch. Don't now what it is? Well, it's a steel tank with a handle, an air pump and a burning assembly on top. The burning assembly consists of a pre-heating tube, a vent and a nozzle. If you don't have this thing, you can use your propane torch but with care because it's a lot hotter than the gasoline one, and you can just unweld the muffler seams, so don't open it to full throttle.

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Subject Written By Posted
  Exhaust CleaningTopic by: Tom Tom 08/31/00 09:00AM
  RE: Exhaust CleaningRe: Daven Daven 08/31/00 12:08PM
  RE: Exhaust CleaningRe: Tom Tom 08/31/00 08:38PM
  RE: Exhaust CleaningRe: Daniel Daniel 09/01/00 09:35AM
  RE: Exhaust CleaningRe: Tom Tom 09/02/00 07:22PM
  RE: Exhaust CleaningRe: Daniel Daniel 09/04/00 05:37AM
  RE: Exhaust CleaningRe: Tom Tom 09/12/00 12:35PM
  RE: Exhaust CleaningRe: Devin Devin 09/15/00 12:20AM
  Want the real way to clean a 2 stroke muffler/exhaRe: Chris Chris 09/24/01 04:22PM
  What's for dinner?Re: Fred Fred 09/24/01 07:46PM
  Hey fred look hereRe: Chris Chris 09/24/01 08:19PM
  Re: Hey Chris cook hereRe: Fred Fred 09/24/01 11:53PM
  Re: Hey Chris cook hereRe: Chris Chris 09/25/01 05:01PM
  Yeah well...Re: Fred Fred 09/27/01 03:23AM
  set it on fireRe: miguel miguel 09/27/01 12:29PM

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