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Old 10-20-2002, 22:33   #1 (permalink)
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Question Injector cleaner

What type of injector cleaner do you use, and have had the best results with? I'm going to put some through my fuel system and I would be interest in what you guys think is best.
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Old 10-20-2002, 22:41   #2 (permalink)
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I will only use Toyota injector cleaner ($20/bottle) Its been recommended by most of my trusted mechanics.

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Old 10-21-2002, 00:46   #3 (permalink)
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We use ProForm at work, but we only use it when we also do the onboard injector clean.

I myself use the Nulon fuel system cleaner and octane boost in one in the falcon. Costs $8 a bottle and you do notice the difference. It recommends using it every 4 tanks, I've only done it twice and its been about 8 re-fills since I last used it and it still feels better than what it did before I used it.
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Ive used NULON boost & clean and found it to be great in all aspects as the name suggests!

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Yep that red nulon stuff is magic. Drive the car for about 5 clicks and you really do notice a difference. No BS and I don't work for Nulon either. Might try that Toyota stuff next time around.
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yeah i reckon the toyota stuff is better then the nulon injector clean and octane boost.
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I had a bad miss in my EFIIwagon and had a mechanic friend who told me to try the holden top engine cleaner($$18 a bottle).he said to put it through 2 bottles to 1/4 tank and rinse it in with a bit of pet( this is 4 times the recommended strength on the side of the bottle)within about 3 blocks the miss was gone..worked shit hot.that was about 5000 ks ago still running smoothly.
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was just told today to use some Holden (GM top end cleaner)

It must work then!!!!

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Old 10-21-2002, 16:35   #9 (permalink)
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This is a little off topic, but the other day I wanted to buy some injector cleaner for my car, and the chick behind the counter at shell wouldn't sell it to me!!!

She said that because I use optimax (which is supposed to clean your injectors anyway) i'd be wasting my money. I told her i wanted it anyway, and she refused!!! What the???


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This is a little off topic, but the other day I wanted to buy some injector cleaner for my car, and the chick behind the counter at shell wouldn't sell it to me!!!

She said that because I use optimax (which is supposed to clean your injectors anyway) i'd be wasting my money. I told her i wanted it anyway, and she refused!!! What the???
That is very weird. :shifty: I can't believe she just flat-out refused to sell it to you. Fair enough if she said I wouldn't recommend it, but to actually say no is a bit harsh.

If I was to put some injector cleaner through my car, do I have to put it in with a full tank? I might get some some of this Nulon stuff to see how it goes.
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