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  • New Ep - Mighty Rego Mods!! (2x07)

    All new episode live! Mighty Rego Mods

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKw9A0E520A

    Go gettit!

  • #2
    thats right! a super techy-nerdy episode... enjoy
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    • #3
      Watched it last night cool episode, interesting too.. did EXACTLY that to a similar vintage pulsar

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      • #4
        wow! That looked really complicated!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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        • #5
          Righteous... Nice vid...

          Was the Moog dialogue at the end "Do you like that Martin?" meant to be in there? Or was it, dare I say, a faux pas?
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          • #6
            Good stuff guys.
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            • #7
              i love the guy from the servo who was telling you guys to get that piece of shit out of his shop. gota love custumer service

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              • #8
                Very nice! I recently replaced just the outer CV joints on my Mazda. It cost me less than $100 to do both, and I didn't even have to remove them from the transaxle. Very informative episode that should help a lot of folks out.

                Also, something to keep in mind when bleeding brakes by pumping the pedal: Try not to pump the pedal through its full travel. Deposits form in the un-used surfaces of the master cylinder and they can damage the seals if you push the pedal beyond its normal range of travel. Especially if the car is old. It's not uncommon for people to end up with a sinking brake pedal very soon after bleeding their brakes.

                I prefer to pressure bleed my brakes (and clutch) systems. Just get a big syringe and some rubber hose and force the fluid in from the caliper. Chances are you'll overflow the reservoir, so be ready for that (brake fluid eats paint).

                Glad to see another public-service type episode!
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                • #9
                  this episode is basically a day at my work ...

                  but today was a lil different ...

                  started like this ... replace alternator ... next car replace coil pack ... next car replace clutch ... next car solve power steer noise add fluid.

                  thats what i did today.

                  but the other day i had a hilux come in and it had a metal to metal brake noise ... the problem was the inner pad had fallen out and it was using the piston as the pad ... so caliper rebuild ... new rotors and new pads.

                  also it was very good to see you guys using never seize on the slides ... everybody just puts rubber grease on them and they fail ...

                  so just for the record if they have metal into a plastic sleeve use rubber grease but if its metal on metal use never seize.
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                  • #10
                    I was wondering what was that thing that Marty used to clean the engine bay after he did everything
                    Looks like a red hand held can thing of some sort?
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                    • #11
                      deagreaser gun, about $25 at a auto parts store, you need an air compressor to use it

                      stick the degreaser in the pot and it works kinda the same as a paint gun, just don't aim it at electrical stuff cause its under pressure it will worth its way through the rubber seals.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by marty View Post
                        deagreaser gun, about $25 at a auto parts store, you need an air compressor to use it

                        stick the degreaser in the pot and it works kinda the same as a paint gun, just don't aim it at electrical stuff cause its under pressure it will worth its way through the rubber seals.
                        what about a solvent solution, like all pourpose cleaner?
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                        • #13
                          you can stick any liquid you want blown out of it along with a lot of air, degreaser works well for engine bays, there are less harsh cleaning solutions if you're worried about paint/rubber etc
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                          • #14
                            so you could also use that to clean your breaks for paint?
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                            • #15
                              Now on YouTube

                              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKw9A0E520A

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