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JFairman JFairman is offline
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Mine would get like that before I redid the top end. It used to drip down and cook on to the heat exchangers and smoke and stink. I hated seeing it and I used to spray gunk on it and then pressure clean it off every few months.

Now with ARP headstuds and rebuilt top end it doesn't do that anymore.
I installed a new rebuilt alternator the other day and took a pic of the top of that area while the alternator was out. It was nice to see it all staying clean in there. Too bad you can't see the nice shiny ARP head studs when everything is back together.





And a few pics of the cylinder to case and cylinder to head area staying clean on the bottom.





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