[DML] Re: Advice, Opinions, & Assistance Greatly Appreciated!
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[DML] Re: Advice, Opinions, & Assistance Greatly Appreciated!

The best advice I can give is to clean out the Valley as best as 
possible ideally with drill monted wire brushes and paint the area 
with 'Glyptal' paint that seals porus ally blocks, Usually used on 
the inside of an engine casting to seal them, however IF you clean 
the out side properly it does prevent the ally being eaten away.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "David Rucker" <davidrucker11387@...> 
> With all this talk about the Valley of Death my thinking has jumped 
up. Is
> it possible to prevent this from happening? My replacement engine 
is still
> unassembled and could easily have something done to it to prevent 
the VOD
> from breaking through. Any thoughts or suggestions? Also, as for 
> replacement PRV questions. You could always go with a used Eagle 
> engine like what i have chosen. But I wish you the best of luck 
what ever
> you choose.
> Dave
> >
> >  
> >
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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