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Why You Should Magnaflux Your Engine Parts

The guys at MTI Racing were looking to put together a Nissan GT-R engine, but first they Magnafluxed the crank and rods, and it’s a good thing they did. To ensure parts can get reused and don’t have signs of stress and cracks, magnafluxing can save you from more expensive repairs down the road.

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