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Old 29th January 2017, 06:02 PM
sean sherry sean sherry is offline
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Smile Clean inlet tracts

Is it my imagination again or is a smoothed idle and better Fuel consumption the result after I spray cleaned the inlet and inlet valves on our 50,000ks Turbo C Class 2010 model.
Bought from the local Auto Store and sprayed as per instructions, down the main hose to the Turbo.( I could not sort out a direct line to the manifold)
The engine seemed to run quite ok before, but a year or more ago Helmet had advised that as the inlet does not have a petrol and Air mixture any more to keep it clean ( direction injection is the culprit )
To Katoomba and back Saturday & Sunday. 7 lts/100ks. Traffic was medium/light.
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