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Old 05-28-2003, 03:06   #1 (permalink)
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Hey folks Ive recently come across this guy that cleans injectors whilst they are in the car.
His bussiness name is Mr Injector & has been in afew magazines claiming to be able to restore the flow up to 90% of what they currently are. Obviously the benefits are that the injectors dont need to be removed & he hooks up a machine to the fuel rail.
He charges $35 per injector whilst the Bosch shop in Welshpool charges $320 for the whole set...
Im pulling the manifold off tomorrow to install an intake spacer & am not sure if i should give him a go..
Anyone out there tried him??????????????
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If you are taking manifold off taking injectors out is easy 4 screws.Are you sure your inj are bad?
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yep i know theres 4 screws i also know you can use a 1/2 inch long strip of plastic coke bottle to release the rail connector garter spring thingy. The Injectors havent been cleaned since i got em about 1 1/2 yrs ago & thought i might as well since i have the upper plenum off.
Should i try it or just drop em off at bosch?
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Old 05-28-2003, 07:10   #4 (permalink)
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Ask Barrie what he thinks SVO.
Barrie has that fuel pump you need as well.

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I don't know if carbon clean is the same. We had this done a few times on a au xr8 under warranty to cure a few problems we were having at the time. The problem with it was that it stuffed the spark plugs each time. Fortunately Ford also replaced them under warranty.
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