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    #1
    Good or Bad for the car? How often should this be done? Is this for european cars only? Any recommendations?

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    #2
    good din yan, para matanggal lahat ng carbon deposits. ako once a week, italian tune up sa macapagal hehehe

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    #3
    ano po yung italian tune-up?

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    #4
    Hehe red line mo through all gears!

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    #5
    oic, eto pala ang term. ginagawa ng dati kong mekaniko to.

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    #6
    Araw araw ata akong ganyan kasi parati akong late magising eh 6am ang pasok ko.

    hehehe.

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    ah yun pala un. hehehe. ako hindi ko na nagagawa to. ang mahal na kasi ng gas, pero minsan nga magawa ulit. dati kasi nung bago-bago pa kotse madalas ganyan sa may coastal. hehehe

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    ganda ksi pakinggan yng type ng tune up na yun hahaha isipin mo binibirit mo car mo tpos benefit pa yun... wow!!! kakaiba tlga

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    The consensus is that this helps clear the engine of carbon build-up, especially if you udont drive out of Metro Manila.

    The reason why it's called the Italian Tune-up was because old Italian cars (i.e. old Ferraris) needed to be revved high to prevent the plugs from fouling up amongst some.

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    rev high then let go of the accelerator. dapat mabagal ang baba ng rpm para mas effective.

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Italian Tune-up