Do you know where to get those kits? I can't find any at the local parts stores.Originally posted by SHOZ123@Feb 11 2004, 06:31 PM
The kind that is attached to your fuel rail and the engine ran off it works. But if the injector is severely clogged then the cleaner will not be able to do much good.
I used a place called Marren Motorsports (http://www.injector.com/) to clean some motorcycle injectors with 155,000 miles on them. They cleaned them, documented their flow rates, and sent them back for $25 each.Originally posted by Adam B.@Feb 12 2004, 09:30 PM
While we're on the subject, does anyone know a good (cheap) place to send injectors in to get cleaned and blueprinted?
Personally the best "in the bottle" cleaner from "off the shelf" places that I've used is the valvoline complete fuel system cleaner. It says to use it once a year, but I do it every oil change.Originally posted by sundarpn@Feb 15 2004, 10:56 PM
wats the best "in a bottle" injector cleaner?
also is it advisible to add double strength of it to very little gas. (say when the fuel gauge is in E) and run the car for for a while. say like 10-15 miles
Hmm... Well I can see a few posibilities:what about my idea of a lot of fuel injector cleaner in very little gas. ??[/b]