I decided to pull the heads and see how the wossners were holding up, and check the carbon buildup. Here it is, all 3 looked pretty much the same...
And tonight I soaked some rags in CT combustion chamber cleaner at let them sit on the piston crowns for a few hours. One quick wipe afterwards and voila! Look as good as the day they went in. No sign of wear or scuffs on the bores. And no detonation pits.
CT = Canadian Tire Bake. I discovered back a year or two that "Motomaster" Combustion chamber cleaner was the best to remove excess carbon. DO NOT POUR INTO YOUR TANK. Use it directly on the piston, straight up. Good to see Givr practicing what I preach ;D
Clean the head's and sand flat again, I removed my cylinders and rings too, clean em all til squeaky clean.
Last Edit: Aug 27, 2010 11:00:04 GMT -5 by biker Don
hard to read, the black text says and I quote "it ain't just good, it's good enuff"
Overprint the black Don...no need to trap red oin black.
LOL Z. I had a better one, too lazy to find it. Have a great weekend, I am going home and dumping my B full of gas I bought last night and going for a ride, no wife, no kids, no cares, just me and the B