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Old 01-29-2018, 10:19 AM
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Hey guys, my T25 is almost ready to be put in, but it was sitting on the PO's shelf for a while after he took it out of his 240. I was wondering what the best thing to run through the chra would be to clear out the old built up gross coolant in there. I was thinking high pressure garden hose or maybe brake/carb cleaner with a thorough rinse afterwards with the aforementioned hose. Any thoughts? Thanks!
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Anything you want, including what you've mentioned above. It really won't matter much
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Anything you want, including what you've mentioned above. It really won't matter much
Sounds good, figured I was being too paranoid. Just didn't want to use something potentially harmful to my cooling system, as I don't plan on flushing it again haha. Thanks for the reply!
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