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Old March 8th, 2013, 12:05 PM   #1
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anyone know where I can go to have them cleaned in the metro detroit area? and what should I expect to pay?
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On the other side of the state, cruzin performance seems to have a good rep, if you have a few days for shipping.
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I have cleaned some myself by putting them in a container with seafoam and lightly agitating them. I did that while letting them sit in the solution for a few hours and they worked fine afterwards.

It may not be as good as what a company would do??
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What kind of injectors?
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Got a blender?

Dump two cans of Seafoam and a pound of oak saw dust into it and make sure you mix it up real good. Pour into a casserole dish and drop in the dirty injectors. Stir for about five minutes and then throw in the oven for an hour.
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I've sold lots of injector cleaner shit over the years and BG is by far the best.We generally charge 129.95 for the 3 can kit which includes labor.

http://www.bgfindashop.com/bgservices/fuelair.htm
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I've sold lots of injector cleaner shit over the years and BG is by far the best.We generally charge 129.95 for the 3 can kit which includes labor.
X2 BG is the shit
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Buy new.
http://www.injectorrx.com/diy-fuel-i...-cleaning.html
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I have cleaned some myself by putting them in a container with seafoam and lightly agitating them. I did that while letting them sit in the solution for a few hours and they worked fine afterwards.

It may not be as good as what a company would do??
How do you lightly agitate them? Tell them their sister is a whore?
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http://www.mrinjector.us/
not local but quick, $16 each and will send you specs on before and after....highly recommended
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How do you lightly agitate them? Tell them their sister is a whore?
your confusing agitate with agrivate
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your confusing agitate with agrivate
nope. definition number 2

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ag·i·tate (j-tt)v. ag·i·tat·ed, ag·i·tat·ing, ag·i·tates
v.tr.1. To cause to move with violence or sudden force.
2. To upset; disturb: was agitated by the alarming news.
3. To arouse interest in (a cause, for example) by use of the written or spoken word; debate.

v.intr. To stir up public interest in a cause: agitate for a tax reduction.
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