Isn't roaring up and down smallish hills at full throttle what they used
to refer to as the Italian Tune-up? Good for the spirits even if it only
reduces the carbon a little bit.
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Subject: Re: [TR] Decarbonization
In a message dated 5/10/2006 9:37:20 PM Eastern Standard Time,
Sorry to be such a High Maintenance Lister, but what is the routine or
> recommended procedure for getting all this carbon off the pistons
> of the TR3B?
Find a nice mountain road and blow it out !
Well, The nearest mountain is 150 miles east of here. You see Bath, OH
located at the beginnings of the foothills of the Allegheny Mountain
West is the beginnings of the Great Plains. I do live on the western
the Cuyahoga River Valley so we have a few hills but they are quite
Since the head is off of the 3B, not a practical solution anyway. My
Haynes Manual gives detailed instructions so I guess I have a weekend
For all Listers, if you could see the amount of carbon build up on the
of Pistons on motors that have been run a few miles I would say you
be saying "Off with her Head."
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