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<p class="p1">A clean engine is a more efficient engine (and also a more powerful one), so a fuel injector cleaning is an important part of maintaining your motor (no matter what it's powering). While you can always visit a mechanic to get this service done, this is actually one of a few maintenance items that are pretty idiot-proof when it comes to at-home DIY. How simple? You can do it at home without any tools or garage space. We previously went through our list of favorites over on AutoGuide, but these products are equally as effective on smaller engines, whether we're talking ATVs, UTVs, Motorcycles, or just about anything else in the powersports category. During our last round of updates, we discovered that four of our selects are currently on sale! Here's what you need to know:

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I was cautioned a while ago by a mechanic about injector and fuel system cleaners designed to attack carbon as some submersible fuel pumps have carbon brushes in them.
That said , I was starting to get lousy fuel milage around town on my Vegas prior to my trip to Bathurst, it was getting down to 11.5 kpl instead of its usual 15-18kpl
I threw a bottle of Gulf Western injector cleaner that was on special for $2 in it, well actually half a bottle to a full tank 17 litres, First fuel stop on the trip it jumped to 16kpl
Maybe cos of highway running I dunno, stayed good and on my return I dumped the other half bottle of GW cleaner in.
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