Damn Straight!!! I got an old Pringles Can in the cabinet that it fit in perfect. Right behind the Pickles and AnchoviesDamn. Your in California too. Hide it NOW!! Bury it somewhere deep in the garage. Don't let them find it.
Many people who know their business Including Max and AL have all said that this is the product that does the best job cleaning out the top end of the motor. I will have 75k come the next il change and its never been done.I'll be the dumbass. Why do I need this? Real life testimonials and not regurgitated marketing please.....
even the non GM dealer mechanics use this stuff to clean the top ends of engines. If it's good enough for the Mercedes genius mechanic & my good friend that's now a Army heavy equipment mechanic, then it's good enough for me. As far as testimonial, I have none... yet.I'll be the dumbass. Why do I need this? Real life testimonials and not regurgitated marketing please.....
I haven't a problem at all getting it.My brother works at a GM dealer and buys it by the case.
Any of you guys that don't know what a top engine cleaning,aka decarbonizing is,don't worry about it,you won't appreciate a well serviced engine anyway.
:lamer::hidesbeh::stooge: opcornNice reply there d*ck. I appreciate the valuable info. I wonder if the Mexican gardner outside my window, who surely knows more about trimming hedges than me, has the same air of superiorority about himself.
Here is a good thread.Well GD. It's not listed as maintenance required for anything I've ever owned, so why not inform people of the benefit of it if you know what it is. Some of us might assume that the intake tract above the injectors stays clean. Obviously it doesn't if such a thing as this cleaner exists. So..........?
Here is a good thread.
I'm trying Sea foam in the fuel tank to clean the top and see how this works. To clean the top end of a turbo bike you really need to pull the plenum, I hope with using this cleaner I can clean the top end without the extra work.