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Good stuff Chris. I might look into this too.

Was your motor a little noisier than normal? Did it sound like it rattled a bit more at idle? And how does it sound now in comparison?
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So what do we think of injector cleaner additives then.


Whatís the alternative?
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So what do we think of injector cleaner additives then.

I used a few, fuel consumption improved.

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Good stuff Chris. I might look into this too.

Was your motor a little noisier than normal? Did it sound like it rattled a bit more at idle? And how does it sound now in comparison?

Not all all BB, it sounds the same, just more power. Next weekend doing a big drive so will see how the consumption goes. Iím expecting a decent improvement. Donít need anywhere near as much throttle to get it up and going.

Exhaust needs replacement so just ordered a 3Ē stainless system for it, should make a difference.
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Whatís the alternative?
Removal and cleaning where possible.

Brugger got some improvement from it so that's good.
Not a fan of additives but Wynns radiator stop lesk has been successfully saving my sorry arse for over 30 years.
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Removal and cleaning where possible.



Brugger got some improvement from it so that's good.

Not a fan of additives but Wynns radiator stop lesk has been successfully saving my sorry arse for over 30 years.


I didnít think all injectors could be cleaned/serviced? Thatís what I was told of when I rang around looking to get mine overhauled - no one wanted to do it..
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I didnít think all injectors could be cleaned/serviced? Thatís what I was told of when I rang around looking to get mine overhauled - no one wanted to do it..
Dont Toyota just do like Mitsubishi do with the Denso injectors- software tuning to keep them running good ? Mitsubishi call it "SQL" , pretty sure Toyota would have their own name for it.
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I didnít think all injectors could be cleaned/serviced? Thatís what I was told of when I rang around looking to get mine overhauled - no one wanted to do it..

They put new nozzles, springs etc in. Mines not a common rail, itís 1KZ.
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I didnít think all injectors could be cleaned/serviced? Thatís what I was told of when I rang around looking to get mine overhauled - no one wanted to do it..
I don't know what can and can't be, but the spray pattern is pretty important and that's at minimum a visual of the combustion chamber end of the injector.
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