Thermal Decoking & Distributor Repair...

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Thermal Decoking & Distributor Repair...

Post by Jimny » Thu Apr 05, 2007 6:57 am

"Myers" sent us two Howto's on "Thermal Decoking of a LJ exhaust system" (how to burn out the oil residue etc in your exhaust system) and "Disassembly (and reassembly) of a LJ20 Distributor"


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Post by stevec » Thu Apr 05, 2007 9:07 am

Larry did an awesome job on both writeups! :cool:

Just be careful of the toxic fumes if you try decoking your exhaust!

Jimny, thanks for posting those! Who knows when I'd ever be able to get around to it! :oops:
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Post by Harald » Thu Apr 05, 2007 10:57 am

I've no LJ20 but I enjoyed reading both writeups :cool:
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Re: Thermal Decoking

Post by JRLJ50x3 » Sat Feb 23, 2008 3:32 am

Jimny wrote:"Myers" sent us two Howto's on "Thermal Decoking of a LJ exhaust system" (how to burn out the oil residue etc in your exhaust system) and "Disassembly (and reassembly) of a LJ20 Distributor"

Thanks for this terrific how to.

I wouldn't have had the confidence to do this job without reading this article.

I made up an adapter and gave it a go last weekend, it worked great.

Thanks
Cheers John
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