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knydecker


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posted August 29, 2010 04:25 PM        
Fuel injector cleaner

I got now 10,000 miles on my 08. I heard Brocks fuel injector cleaner is the bomb. But I was wondering if good old Techtron cleaner from the local auto store would work to clean those injectors? Any personal experiences with Techtron or any other over the counter cleaner?? Thanks guys!
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kawasakijockey


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posted August 29, 2010 05:08 PM        
Seafoam does pretty good too.
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Hellmutt


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posted August 30, 2010 08:17 AM        
Wynns power charger!! Wynns fuel cleaner!! Hands down best products
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zx14kawboi


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posted August 30, 2010 03:08 PM        
quote:
Seafoam does pretty good too.
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knydecker


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posted August 30, 2010 06:33 PM        
Doing a bit of surfin on the intenet, it seems that most pros like the Techron and the BG44. I have used both and noticed a sig diffenence in the cars I put them in. BG seems to be a better choice for high performance engines that heat us as its more effective in hot engines. Also found this web site interesting: http://www.witchhunter.com/process2.php4 . Red Line seems to also have a good product.
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bigdtd


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posted August 30, 2010 06:57 PM        
i have friends that use techron with good results. i use sentry. i have heard good things about seafoam as well. my 06 with nearly 15k on it runs identical dyno numbers to a brand new bike after running sentry. i am sure if brock uses a product it is for real but i am using a more economical alternative.(8 bucks treat 24 gallons) although i run about 4 oz through a full tank every six months or so..
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Brock


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posted August 31, 2010 06:44 AM        
knydecker,
I have tried most all of them over the years... the power charge is the ONLY product I have found to give mesurable results in a timely manner (10 mile ride) on the dyno. If it takes a product days (or weeks) to work, the testing is no longer valid as far as I am concerned.

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SLVR_BLT


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posted August 31, 2010 10:59 AM        
Only fuel injector cleaner i use is the Redline SI-1 Fuel Injector Cleaner. This stuff works wonders.
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