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Old 07-10-2014, 11:43 AM   #17
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Maybe some of that slick Nanolex Nano technology coating will prevent the dust from settling and sticking as much. Its incredible stuff but not sure how it holds up to heat.

I somehow doubt that there is anything that will really prevent the dust from getting in there and settling out on the engine.

Nobody seems to care about dust on top of the transmission and I see that a little less frequently than the top of the engine so...

Just get out the compressed air and blast it out before washing the car
or servicing the engine in front of your friends.

I'd love to see snapshots of the look on peoples faces when they see some dust on top of your Boxster engine.

"It broke because it wants to be Upgraded "
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2001 Boxster S, Top Speed muffler, (Fred's) Mini Morimotto Projectors, Tarret UDP,
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