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Old 11-20-2018, 07:14 PM   #31
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Ill do that tomorow, i actually may not have enough baking soda laying around I drained the system, then filled it up with fresh water, ran for 5 minutes and drained again three times. If possible I would love to get the block absolutely spotless, but I doubt I'll be able to short of stripping the block bare and sending it out for boiling. Maybe Ill try another chemical flush or ask a knowledgeable friend, he may have some 'old' radiator flush laying around that I can buy/trade for.
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Old 11-25-2018, 01:56 PM   #32
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Neutralized the clr with some baking soda, flushed with clean water and I'm now trying Blue Devil radiator flush without the filter and the system pressurised. They promised me double my money back if it doesnt work, although they said in my case I'd probably need a couple flushings worth. Ill run it intermittently for a few days and emtie/inspect then report back.
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Old 12-06-2018, 11:57 AM   #33
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*UPDATE TIME!
Just opened it up after it sat empty for a few days, Ive been trying to work around freezing at night so yea, but anyways, that blue devil stuff looks like its killing the rust, pulled that upper tube off, and it isnt as rust collored any more, sedement remains, but its brittle and crumbles now. I'm gona put the filter back on and run water through to try an flush out the loose sediment, then run this stuff again. Heck I might do this a few more times if this stuff keeps looking this much better every time!
P.s. I got rid of that goop-a-gasket bought several extras for a reason.
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