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Old 04-08-2018, 07:47 PM
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Truck stop right down the street. Man I'm going to burn through some money tomorrow.

I was just thinking, we do have pro sprayers and the oven at work but I will have to work my way up to this. But I'm leaning more and more towards doing this myself rather than having my guy do the paint and body work. There is enough film on the Internet to anything.
I am a automotive hypochondriac, and obsess over idle, mpg and temperature. So I will let you know if I notice anything.

Iím not expecting a ton, but port matching seems like a common sense way to help the engine run better, and I would regret not taking the opportunity to do it.

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