> ummmm no
> that bottle hoohs to you fuel rail you RETARD
> no vacume needed
> get some certific ation
> ya just ****ed up
Depending on the system, and the one I'm talking about specifically,
manifold vacuum draws the cleaner into the manifold you RETARD
There is another system by BG called "The Squid" which hooks up differently.
This is NOT the system I mentioned.
The rate the cleaner is allowed in is regulated by a valve on the bottles
hose AND the engine needs to be running at enough RPM's to maintain the
correct amount of vacuum. Vacuum IS needed since this system is hooked
directly into the vacuum lines behind the TB and would end up being a
gravity feed system without it. Otherwise it would end up just dripping into
the backside of the TB doing absolutely no good. I'm good friends with a
certified mechanic who owns his own repair shop, and owns the equipment I'm
talking about, and does this treatment multiple times a day. I know how it
works as I've used it on both carb and EFI systems.
get a cl ue
ya just ****ed up.
'66 HCS Mustang 289
'68 Ranchero 500 302
'69 Mustang Sportsroof 351W