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Slight rust in cylinders...
Vrykolakas Angel Offline
Junior Member
I've had the head off waiting for repair for
3 weeks. I sprayed the cylinder walls down
with what little wd-40 I had left. Well it's
been raining and now I have slight surface
rust in cylinder 2 and 3. How do I get rid of this and will she run ok aferwards?

mustanglover32 Offline
ya, it should be alright. it will be burnt off anyways when you fire it back up.

Wings are for planes!!! (I would know I fly them!)

FlyByeBoy Offline
A little surface rust is not going to hurt anything. But you need to try to clean it up a bit. Get some scotch bright and run it around the cylinder walls a few times until it looks clean. Then use a shop vac in each of the cylinders to suck out any debris the fell down. Or you can use a lightly oiled sponge to wipe the debris out of the cylinder. The oil will help any of the rust that fell to stick to the sponge.
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Vrykolakas Angel Offline
Junior Member
Thats wieght off my shoulders.


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