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Old 07-11-2013, 12:22 AM
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Berryman® B-12 Chemtool® - Carburetor, Fuel System & Injector Cleaner


The other day I decided I should clean the fuel injectors on my Lude before I go to the Dyno, so I made a small fuel injector cleaning device and headed on down to o'ripoffilley's looking at fuel injector cleaners, when I ask the clerk what he recommended(usually i don't do this).

He pointed me to this Berryman B-12 Chemtool fuel injector cleaner, at first I was going to get the little gas tank bottle but I opted for the spray can stuff.

What I can say is this stuff was fucking incredible, I tested the stuff on the fuel rail of my DD first, which has 90k of mileage, the outside of the injectors were caked with crud, I sprayed it down and the grime literally melted off.
I was quite amazed how good this stiff worked so I pump some through thru the injectors, and you could see when I did the first pulse they were a little clogged, but the next pulse on the injector cleaned them like factory new.

I give it a 10 out 10, and the 15oz spray can costed about 5$, with the liquid 12oz stuff costing about the same.

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Old 07-11-2013, 01:49 AM
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is that a few AA batteries to supply 12v to "Pulse" them as you're saying?? That's pretty smart, so you just fix one wire to one pin of the injector, and tap the other positive lead very briefly or what?? And just some way of having a little supply of this liquid on the input side... might try this out soon
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Old 07-11-2013, 02:21 AM
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is that a few AA batteries to supply 12v to "Pulse" them as you're saying?? That's pretty smart, so you just fix one wire to one pin of the injector, and tap the other positive lead very briefly or what?? And just some way of having a little supply of this liquid on the input side... might try this out soon
3 AAA batteries, both pins on the injector had wires I just tapped the end of the battery to pulse them, next time I will wire a simple button switch for easier use, you can use a turkey baster, or a syringe to pressurize the fluid to go threw the injector, I used my Brake/clutch pressure bleeder

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