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Bibendum
Sep 5, 2003
nunc est Bibendum

I'd slow down there before something gets hurt. Put some penetrating oil on each one every day and heat cycle them with a small torch every day(put a wet rag on the lines and injectors so you don't boil them). Then after a week of that try an impact tool. Or take it to a shop, no shame in that for something like this that could snowball badly.

Also put some tape over the open top of the injector they need to stay super clean inside.

edit: Actually I kinda forgot it's not a diesel. Even if it all gets hosed up I doubt it would be too hard to just find a used manifold off a blown motor.

Bibendum fucked around with this message at 21:56 on Jul 11, 2018

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