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Old 04-03-2017, 02:43 PM   #11
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Yeah it did sound like a diesel haha

I did have my brother holding the pedal but he kept giving to much or to little throttle lol
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https://www.amazon.com/Genuine-Chrys.../dp/B00BV4D97K

Much rather use MCCC.
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So I took my intake manifold off to look at the valves, and I found they were covered with carbon build up but not that bad. I would post pics but it keeps telling me "invalid file"

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I've read that water works just as well as any combustion chamber cleaner. You just get your engine to operating temperature and spray a mist of water into the intake slowly while holding the engine RPMs at 1500-2000.

Before and after inspections of this procedure have actually shown a reduction in cylinder carbon. It's been claimed to work on valves as well. The two explanations I've come across for this working is that the water "steam cleans" the carbon off and/or that the thermal shock of the water hitting the carbon causes it to flake off.

Obviously, you'd want to perform an oil change after doing this because water would probably accumulate in the oil.
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Probably going to try that.

Anyone heard of walnut shell blasting? That's suppose to be the best way of cleaning dirty valves.

Also I seen a special brush you can hook up to a drill and that will clean them up as well.
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