I get the carbon in the exhaust tip question, but it was directed to the question of what engine your car has.....how do you not know?haha, yeah! I like to keep my car pristine.
B0105124, auto, with sunroof.What are the last 8 of your VIN #? Do you have an automatic or manual transmission? Does it have a sunroof?
Thanks. I don't know how to answer the engine question other than that I have gotten two answers, LS1 and LSA. I'm not a gear head, just a lover of this car.
Well, what can I say? As I said, mundane question. Seriously, sorry to bother you.If he doesn't know it's an LSA, what are the chances he's going to find the VIN?
OK, thanks. I know! I know! I should know the engine.On stainless you can use almost any paste polish, a buffing ball and a cordless drill.
For really caked on stuff, you'll want a lower grit and then jump up to finer grit for a proper polish - much like paint repair.
Then convert to ethanol and they will stay super clean (true story).
But yea.... dude. Which engine?
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Yeah, all good, no worries. I can see the level of knowledge here. Asking about the engine is like asking a physicist what an atom is. But I had to ask.Stick around Mr. Finley, you can learn a lot here as long as you don't have a thin skin.
Take me for example, I knew nothing when I joined (but I knew it had an LSA😆). Fast forward a few years and I had the confidence to swap out my cam and valvetrain. Good people here!