Plasti Dip Your Car - The Complete Guide
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How to Plasti Dip Your Whole Car step by step complete guide and tutorial
with Fonzie from DipYourCar.com using the DYC Pro Car Kit.
Video contents listed below:
1. Washing the car (1:06)
2. Masking the car (3:30)
3. Prepping the car (8:55)
4. Materials and Equipment (16:44)
5. Spraying the car (19:20)
6. Breaking the car down (31:23)
7. Aftercare (32:23)
DYC TopCoat Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3WqtXToOfU
Mixing Pearls into PDS Tutorial:
Paint your own car
Drilling oil drain holes in piston, Oil consumption & burning issues - Saturn S-Series
Saturn s-series cars are notorious for oil consumption issues due to a
design issue with the pistons. A simple modification of drilling drainback
holes in the piston ring grooves can help dramatically.
Saturn TSB 94-T-59A:
SUBJECT: Oil Consumption Concern (Diagnosis/Service Procedure)
CONDITION: Some customers may comment that the engine is using 1 quart or
more of oil every 300 mi.
CAUSE: Engine oil consumption greater than 1 quart in 3000 mi. may be
caused by stuck/sticking oil control and/or compression rings. Engine
deposits may build up on and around the oil control rings and compression
rings and pistion ring lands causing the rings to stick and become less
CORRECTION: Perform internal engine cleaning procedure or engine repair
procedure depending on amount of oil consumption.
IF engine uses 1 quart of oil in:
1500mi. - 3000mi., perform procedure - 1: Internal Engine Cleaning.
1499 mi. or less, perform procedure - 2: Engine Repair.
While Saturn still considers oil consumption of 1 quart in 2000 mi. to be
an acceptable level, the engine cleaning procedure contained in this
bulletin may improve oil consumption to an even more acceptable level.
ENGINE OIL INSPECTION AND OIL CONSUMPTION TEST
1. Inspect engine for external leaks and repair as necessary.
2. Verify that the correct PCV valve is installed. Some aftermarket PCV
valves do not meet Saturn specs and can cause oil consumption.
3. Change oil and filter.
4. Start engine and bring to normal operating temp. (197-212 F).
5. Park vehicle on level ground and wait a minimum of 5 minutes after
engine is shut off. Check engine oil to make sure its at "FULL" on the
6. Record the vehicles mileage and date of oil change.
7. REturn vehicle to customer and have customer return when vehicle is 1
quart low and record mileage.
PROCEDURE - 1 INTERNAL ENGINE CLEANING
1. Warm up to normal operating temp.
IMPORTANT: In order for the cleaner to be effective, the engine must be
2. Disconnect negative battery cable.
3. Remove spark plugs.
4. Rotato the crankshaft until notch in crank pulley is at the 3 o'clock
(90 degrees after TDC) position. This will position all of the pistons
midway in their bores.
5. Pour 3 oz. of GM Piston & Ring Cleaner (PN 12378549) into each cylinder
through the spark plug hole.
6. Cover the cylinder head and spark plug holes to prevent debris from
getting into the combustion chamber and to prevent excess evaporation of
7. Allow the cleaner to saok for a minimum of 2 hours.
NOTICE: After the minimum 2 hour soak, there may be some cleaner left in
the cylinders. DO NOT start the engine until all of the cleaner has been
removed or serious engine damage may occur.
8. After soak, remove the remaining claener by placing shop towels over the
spark plug holes and cranking the engine through a few revolutions.
9. Install the spark plugs.
10. Start the engine and run only enough to reach normal operating temp.
11. Drain oil and remove filter.
12. Install new oil filter.
IMPORTANT: Mobil 1 synthetic 5W-30 engine oil is to be used during the
inital oil change interval following this procedure. Mobil 1 synthetic oil
has excellent engine cleaning properties that will aid in removing deposits
that were loosened and softened by this procedure.
13. Install 4 quarts of Mobil 1 5W-30 oil.
14. Return vehicle to customer.
15. After 1500mi. - 3000mi. miles of operation have customer return for oil
16. Start oil consumption test.
2000 Saturn SL2 Exhaust and Seafoam 09072011
Just had this Exhaust put on today
I also just rolled over 130,000 mi. (130,009 mi. to be exact), so I did a
seafoam at the end of the video (single bottle, 1 1/3 cups in the tank,
rest in the brake Booster).
To hear it drive around, click here:
List of Modifications:
K&N high-flow filter on 2 1/2" stainless steel short ram intake
Intake heat shielded with Thermo-Tec CoolAir Tube Heat Shield
OBX 4-2-1 headers (primed, painted, & clearcoated with VHT FlameProof)
Wrapped with DEi 2" Titanim Exhaust
Wrap (down to flex pipe)
Wrap sealed with DEi Black HT (High Temperature) Silicone Coating
Hi-Flow Catalytic Converter
1 7/8" to 2 1/4" stainless steel pipes (after converter)
(Reversed) 2 1/2" Cherrybomb Glasspack muffler at the end
Muffler spray painted black with High Temperature paint (to hide the black
burn marks from welding on the muffler)
3A Racing 2 3/4" ID-4 1/2" OD oval tip welded on end of the (reversed)
Front Strut Tower Bar (Brace)
NOS Steering Wheel Cover
"Bling" (09) Highschool Graduation Tassel
Pilot Billet Aluminum Pedal Covers with Carbon Fiber Grips
Nokya A/T Chrome Billet Aluminum Shifter Handle
"Blue Flames" seat covers
Official (Silver) The Fast and the Furious carbon fiber-imitation foam
light-up (sequential-flashing) seatbelt pads
"8-ball" cigarette lighter
I'm currently putting out around 165hp and 160tq and getting 28mpg in the
city and 38 mpg on the highway.
To see my last seafoam (with the stock Exhaust) click here: