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Old 02-02-2018, 04:41 PM
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Injector Cleaning RC Datasheet

Services cost me $117 incl. return shipping.
Remember the old days when you would change your oil and swear the thing (car) ran better? Which was nonsense really.
Not the case here! The GT is absolutely SMOOTHER if thats possible... note the System Balance before and after.
AND, I suppose the incorrect Make/Model is irrelevant.
The old girl is noticeably smoother, especially cruising at 95-105 mph!

[b]Life doesn't have a remote, get up and change it yourself!
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Re: Injector Cleaning RC Datasheet

I have been using RCE for injectors for all my bmw race cars, street cars and several K75S's. it does make a difference!

they come back looking new!
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Re: Injector Cleaning RC Datasheet

Nicely balanced, only 0.67% difference between average and max and min flows. I needed the best of two sets of injectors to get close.

Crisper throttle response should be easily noticeable
Did you put the highest flow on the rear cylinder to keep it cooler?
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