Fuel Injector Cleaner

ltlebug

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drtechy

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Hmm I’ve never used any, maybe I should look into it lol

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drtechy

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Lmao yea right, I wish it were that simple

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Hmm I’ve never used any, maybe I should look into it lol

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i read on the golfmkv.com that the fuel injector wont clean anthing on our engine beacuse it is DI.

i used SEAFOAM on my MKV GTI on every 10000 miles. and its fun to see all the white smoke coming out.

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i read on the golfmkv.com that the fuel injector wont clean anthing on our engine beacuse it is DI.

i used SEAFOAM on my MKV GTI on every 10000 miles. and its fun to see all the white smoke coming out.

FI additives will only clean the injectors in Direct Injection motors. Carbon deposits on the valves are untouched, which is an issue with pretty much all DI motors.

If you really want to do a proper job, the intake manifold must be removed and the carbon deposits blasted off the valves. This is the reason why automakers are moving to dual injection (port and DI) to solve this issue.

Not sure if VW/Audi has a dedicated blaster like Mini/BMW.

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Noooo could it truly be? lmao

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«Fuel System Cleaner».

Cleans fuel injectors, intake valves and ports
Keeps combustion chamber clean
Maximizes fuel economy
Prevent future deposit buildup
Restore lost horsepower
Safe for use in turbo & supercharged vehicles
Helps reduce emissions
Will not void OEM/manufacturer’s warranty

IndyTTom

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«Fuel System Cleaner».

Cleans fuel injectors, intake valves and ports
Keeps combustion chamber clean
Maximizes fuel economy
Prevent future deposit buildup
Restore lost horsepower
Safe for use in turbo & supercharged vehicles
Helps reduce emissions
Will not void OEM/manufacturer’s warranty

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95 highway miles each way). Wow! The mileage I was getting. Never hit these numbers before. Here is a photo where car said i still had 435 miles to the tank, but I had already driven 77 miles! As you can see from my speed, I do not go the speed limit and I am considered a little bit of an aggressive driver By the end of my trip, after driving some city miles in Columbus, I still had more than half a tank with 250 miles left according to car to the tank and driven 235 miles (the engine light and battery and others are on because I turned engine off, then remembered to take a picture.)

FI additives will only clean the injectors in Direct Injection motors. Carbon deposits on the valves are untouched, which is an issue with pretty much all DI motors.

If you really want to do a proper job, the intake manifold must be removed and the carbon deposits blasted off the valves. This is the reason why automakers are moving to dual injection (port and DI) to solve this issue.

Not sure if VW/Audi has a dedicated blaster like Mini/BMW.

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