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Hey guys, I just painted my 15' VT valve cover red, using VHT wrinkle red from O'Reillys. The most time consuming part about all this was sanding and prepping the tape for the cover. I made the sanding process faster by lightly torching the surface to crust the grease and oil, then attaching a wire brush to a drill and going all in. I actually recommend this method as our valve cover has so many nooks and crannies whoch are hard for sandpaper to reach. I got scared when removing the valve cover because I saw the fuel pump camshaft roller on the cams, i didn't know where it came from at first and i thought I broke something lol.
 

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Looks neat. High many miles are on your motor? You may wanna shorten your oil change intervals 😬
I've got 125k on the car, bought it at 93k, salvage title. I change the oil every 5k miles, let me tell you... Whoever owned this car before me, is probably the most incompetent car owner I've ever met. He didn't take care of anything, the oem plugs were still on there. Luckily i saved this car before it was too late, and he didn't drive the car hard, and it runs like a dime. Should i do an engine flush? Or should i just leave it as is.
 
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