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Old 10-11-2003, 08:28 PM   #1
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Starting trouble and Rust Proofing help

Hi Guys,

I have a 2001 Teg Gsr, and the engine seems to have trouble starting especially in humid weather, could this be because of my aem intake?? Will i have problems starting in the winter??

Also, im considering rust proofing my car and i wanted some advice. Some places charge 50$ while others charge 200$. I live in Canada so i think i might need rust proofing. The 3 types of rust proofing availiable are oil (cheapest) - oil(gel) and rubber compound (most expensive). I would like to know anybody's opion on if it is worth it to get my car rust proofed, and if so which is the best for the money

Thanx guys,

Later
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