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Cleaning the Spark Arrestor

What is the best way to clean this thing?
A friend used gas.
Is there any other ways?
Soaking it?
Scrubbing it?
What chemicals/gas/cleaners?

Thanks!!
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Wire brush & spray carb cleaner.
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Wire brush & spray carb cleaner.


x2 on carb cleaner and a wire brush
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how dirty is it i wanna see
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I haven't pulled it yet.
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You could probally use a propane torch and burn that residue off...just a thought
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well when you take it off take some pics if you dont mind. if its black is it good bad normal what causes it to be black? and if its not black is it good or bad
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Just use caution when removing the bolts, the heat tends to make them tighter and harder to get out.
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I never have to clean mine, they look brand new sitting over there in the pile with the rest of the power robbing parts.
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Yeah, I am thinking mine could use a cleaning, and I might get some power gain!!
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