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Wynn's Carb Cleaner

Post by Guest on Tue 03 Mar 2015, 10:21 am

I want to use this Wynn's product and found the following info about how to use it.



Warm up the engine - use the bottle with carb cleaner as petrol tank - start the engine and run for 1/2 a bottle on stationary rpm - then turn off engine for about 15min - restart but now go through the higher revs up to 2/3 of max (about 6000rpm?) - when the product is all used up reconnect the petrol tank and you're done.

Does this sound right? Anyone done this, recommends against the product or any other ideas?

Thanks.
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Re: Wynn's Carb Cleaner

Post by badseeds on Tue 03 Mar 2015, 3:15 pm

I wouldn't trust it. I've never heard of a workshop using these quick-fixes.
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Re: Wynn's Carb Cleaner

Post by eternally_troubled on Tue 03 Mar 2015, 3:23 pm

It probably won't do any harm; in fact, if that's how you are supposed to use it then I suspect that the main component of the stuff is petrol, mixed with a few other things to try and dissolve various kinds of petrol gunk from inside your carbs.

I suspect it won't do much good either, especially if your carbs need a really good clean!
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Re: Wynn's Carb Cleaner

Post by Stooby2 on Tue 03 Mar 2015, 5:27 pm

I put one of the the Redex One Shot carb cleaner in my tank roughly once a year and take the bike for a long hard run - enough to use the full tank. That seems to improve mpg and makes everything run smoother. Couple that with carb balancing & idle mix adjustment etc and I get a nice running bike.

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