Recent content by tweeker43

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    amsoil xl 5w-30, 2007 subaru outback 2.5i

    x<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">&nbsp;Originally Posted By: bluesubie</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Sorry, I meant air filter. <img src="/forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/11.gif" alt="" title="Cheers2" height="16" width="57" /> -Dennis </div></div> the first uoa was a...
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    amsoil xl 5w-30, 2007 subaru outback 2.5i

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">&nbsp;Originally Posted By: bluesubie</div><div class="ubbcode-body"> Yes, what filter are you running? -Dennis </div></div> purolater pl14460
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    amsoil xl 5w-30, 2007 subaru outback 2.5i

    also using fuel power and lube control. <img src="" alt="" />
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    LC20 in motorcycle (wet clutch applications)

    i'm going to say with 100% certainty that lc20 was not the source of my problem, since it was the front pulley that failed, not the clutch. of course, we didn't figure that out until the clutch was replaced and the bike still didn't go anywhere...
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    Here we go. 96 Outback.

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">&nbsp;Originally Posted By: HollowEyes</div><div class="ubbcode-body">tweeker43, Already a member there, just with a different username. Love that sight! sprintman, The lawsuit is typically for the late 1999-2002 2.5 that developes the...
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    Here we go. 96 Outback.

    for many of your other subaru outback needs, <a href="" target="_blank">clicky clicky</a>.
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    LC20 in motorcycle (wet clutch applications)

    there may be some truth to the "don't use lc in a wet clutch" thing. my clutch went out a couple of weeks ago at 33k+ miles and i have to have all the friction plates replaced. may or may not be the lc.
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    Ninja 250 Carb issues-Seafoam maybe?

    a ninja 250 would be more than adequate for the commute you describe. i have a couple of bikes, and the smaller suzuki dr200 is fine for riding back and forth to work. it's a single and a little buzzy, but it will hold 55~60 mph all day long if you want to. she's done just fine on several...
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    Has anybody tried using s100 total cycle cleaner

    the aerosol stuff works pretty well. one can will clean 2, maybe 3 bikes. the pump spray stuff isn't worth the hassle of squeezing umpteen times to get your bike clean.
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    New car detailing... your suggestions

    clay bar. typically you can find a mother's or meguiar's kit at your local car parts place. otherwise, everything looks good (and like more effort than i'd exert <img src="/forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/LOL.gif" alt="" title="LOL" height="19" width="15" />) nice car, btw!
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    Meguair's Gold Class™ Liquid Wax

    i like the appearance of the gold class, especially on a dark car. it's not the longest lasting wax, but a coat of eagle one wax as u dry (or something similar) every now and then helps substantially. it's easy to apply and remove, both liquid and paste.
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    Mazda 3 Rapid Tire Wear

    i know of a couple people who've had unusual tire wear issues on the mazda3. one car had fairly high mileage and might need new struts. the other had no known issues and the cause was undetermined. it certainly could be an aggressive suspension setup.
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    Synwax, any good?

    i really like synwax. easy on, easy off. i had put some on my dark blue car, got distracted by the neighbor for an hour or so, then buffed it right off (hot, humid sunny day). the bottle top sucks, but that's a minor issue. i think it looks a bit better on lighter cars, but that's a matter...
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    Shot down at tire shop due to dumb rules

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">&nbsp;Originally Posted By: Audi Junkie</div><div class="ubbcode-body"> Anyway, screw that video with the new ones on rear. That demonstrates very bad driving practice and just a single parameter. How about strait braking? How about slalom...
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    Shot down at tire shop due to dumb rules

    found the video. here is a link. <a href="" target="_blank"></a>