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Hot Rods New way of cleaning heads and blocks anybody seen this?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by paintman27, Nov 26, 2018.

  1. paintman27
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    from new jersey

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  2. Blues4U
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    Looks like a development of this tool. This has been shared around here before, at least a couple of times.
     
  3. chevy57dude
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    I'd be blasting every damn thing in sight. Crybaby doll : crispy critter!
     
  4. LM14
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    Work great. Not cheap.
    SPark
     
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  5. Bird man
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    Tattoo removal?
     
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  6. Deuces
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    Yep!....
     
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  7. Rickybop
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    Over $50,000 for a lower powered model.
    I was thinking business opportunities.
    You'd have to remove a lot of rust to pay for it.
     
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  9. Blue One
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    Way too expensive to even consider it for our purposes. Star wars style tech. Maybe some day.
     
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  10. slowmotion
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    Agree ^^^. If & when it ever becomes consumer line available price-wise, we're spittin' in tall cotton!
     
  11. KoolKat-57
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    You'll just have to wait for the Harbor Freight version...… now that would be scary!
    KK
     
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  12. Boneyard51
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    Where does the rust go? I see no residue.



    Bones
     
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  13. alchemy
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    Looks like you could call the Ghostbusters and have them suck your grime and goo off the parts for less money.
     
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  14. VANDENPLAS
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    1803E8CF-AC03-4C97-A858-7F49861E6842.gif
    I think some sharks with frickin laser beams on there heads are cheaper.
    Cool tool!
     
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  15. nochop
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    WTF? The future is now
     
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  16. If these ever become affordable, you could also use it for home defense .;)
     
  17. 283john
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    It's beamed to a parallel dimension where it sticks to a guy's parts whose name is your name spelled backwards.
     
  18. Beanscoot
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    It just goes into the air. That's one reason why my workplace didn't buy one after we got the demo.
     
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  19. Boneyard51
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    Thats what I thought John, but was afraid to say it!...



    Bones
     
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  22. Fortunateson
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    Will remove back hair?
     
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  23. tubman
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    That's almost cheap enough that one could buy one to check it out! I'd do it, but I'm leaving for Florida tomorrow. It might be less than $30 when I get there, at which time I'll have to re-think this.:cool:
     
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  24. Rickybop
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    Hey, that's not even close to $50,000. Very interesting.
     
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  26. Rickybop
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    Yeah, that can't be right. Nevermind.
    Besides...I see a problem with this tool. It works well...if you can reach to where the rust is. It couldn't be used inside of a door or in boxed sections or other tight areas.
    Back to sandblasting, wire wheeling, sanding and citric acid.
     
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  27. The Shift Wizard
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    What's not shown in the photos and videos is the thick umbilical cable that goes to the hefty power console sitting on the floor. Here's a link to the seller of a 500w unit if you want to buy one direct. There are more photos, etc. You can contact them for a "latest price quote". I clicked on the "sample" price tab and got a $300,000 number. That seems quite high but the $39 price can't be right either.

    https://www.alibaba.com/product-det...pm=a2700.7724857.normalList.53.51a566af2eytz6
    ..
     
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  28. loudbang
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    At least they could spell GREASE correctly in their own ad 5555
     
  29. rooman
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    If you have not worked out that the $39 deal is a scam I have a bridge in Brooklyn that you may be interested in ;)

    Roo
     
  30. Deuces
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    Looks like a worked over Revlon blow dryer.....:rolleyes:
     
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