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    Fogged engine with XPS lube

    Crap, I didn't realize that there is 2 types of xps spray before after fogging the engine. I used XPS lube in the plug holes and not xps storage oil, potatopotaaado??

    I guess the xps lube does the job? )

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    boost junkie skidoochris's Avatar
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    any oil is better than no oil

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    you will be fine. Just make sure in the spring to run the engine a while on the hose to clear out the oil, then replace the spark plugs.

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