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Old 12-05-2018, 12:39 AM   #15
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I believe it. Show me where it doesn't have any.

I don't see any listed -

https://www.wd40.com/files/pdf/msds-wd482671453.pdf


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I believe it. Show me where it doesn't have any.
Their very own website:
Myth: WD-40® contains fish oil. Fact: Consumers have told us for years that they've caught some of the biggest fish ever after protecting their fish hooks and lures with WD-40®. We believe this legend came from folks assuming the product must contain fish oil since it appears to attract fish. Sorry Charlie®, it just ain’t so. Learn more

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A Question of Lubrication

Myth: WD-40® Multi-Use Product is not really a lubricant.

Fact: While the “W-D” in WD-40® stands for Water Displacement, WD-40® Multi-Use Product is a unique, special blend of lubricants. The product’s formulation also contains anti-corrosion agents and ingredients for penetration, water displacement and soil removal.
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Fact: WD40 works incredibly well as a surface protectant and cleaner, and quite well as a water-displacing "wire dryer." However, it excels in situations requiring short term low viscosity lubrication followed by rapid gumming up and accumulation of dirt. In situations where short term gain followed by long term and increasing difficulties requiring extensive cleaning and lubrication with actual and correct lubricants is desired, WD40 is the product for this application. If you like to fix things, use WD40...you'll get to fix them more often.


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I don't see any listed -

https://www.wd40.com/files/pdf/msds-wd482671453.pdf


Show me where it does.


What are the non-hazardous ingredients? You know better than to base it on an MSDS.
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What are the non-hazardous ingredients? You know better than to base it on an MSDS.
OK, round 2 -

A few years later the company made an aerosol spray version and the rest, as they say, is history. WD-40 does not contain fish oil, contrary to a popular myth, nor does it contain silicone, kerosene, water, wax, graphite, chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs).Jul 24, 2009

https://www.livescience.com/7818-wd-...cts-myths.html

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Good call!
I think it's time for a new accessories belt.
Thanks goodness there are so many people publishing DIY videos over the internet.
I learned how to change my clutch with these DIY videos, along with helpful tips from members on this forum. A serpentine belt should be a lot easier.
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While I'm at it, any recommendation on a good EL header to correct the torque dip? I was driving a gutted stock header with OFT Stage 2 maps. I had to go back to the stock header and stage 1 to pass inspection and do miss the extra punch of the stage 2 (but I don't miss the smell and the terrible sound of the gutted cat...).
If you were in the states, there's plenty of good header recommendations, but I'm not sure what brands you have access to over there..?
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A few years later the company made an aerosol spray version and the rest, as they say, is history. WD-40 does not contain fish oil, contrary to a popular myth, nor does it contain silicone, kerosene, water, wax, graphite, chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs).Jul 24, 2009

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While I'm at it, any recommendation on a good EL header to correct the torque dip? I was driving a gutted stock header with OFT Stage 2 maps. I had to go back to the stock header and stage 1 to pass inspection and do miss the extra punch of the stage 2 (but I don't miss the smell and the terrible sound of the gutted cat...).

Are you able to get the Ace stuff? Ace 350 is a pretty penny, but is the best through the range. Not quite as strong up top as the 250 or 150, but more through the power band you're in most of the time (unless you're just on track...)
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