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Gambit
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15th Jan 04 at 10:27   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

whats the crack with it, anybody used it? does it work?
Greasemonkey
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only way to really know is to use the stuff, before you do pull the exhaust manifold back and look at the exhaust ports, black with coke, and then check again after see if its better, i mean all that black smoke you get when you use that stuff has to be something
Greg_M
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All you do is run the car, and spary it into the air intake, simple,

it WILL scare the shit out of you cos it looks like the cars on fire!
Gambit
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15th Jan 04 at 12:00   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

ill have to give it a go over the weekend!
DP.
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let us all know how you get on
NeilRocks
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15th Jan 04 at 13:15   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Where can I get it from? And how much?
Greasemonkey
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be carful if ya got an air flow meter you gotta spray the stuff after it not before or you will feck it up
Greasemonkey
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halfords probably do it think its about 20
essexracer
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   15th Jan 04 at 14:25   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

its just like redex or 10k boost etc etc

with 10k boost....all u do is spray half a can in the intake and hold the throttle at 3500 rpm, then go for a 5 min drive, then do the same with the rest of the can.

thats what my m8 did, but make sure u dont do it with the exhaust fancing a clean wall like my m8 did it was slightly dirty after!

actually i was speakin to a m8 last nite (has a nova gsi) and he used sum redex de chocker yesterday, and he said it made it feel much more responsive


so i was wonderin should i use sum de chocker? thing is, i dont think my exhaust system, de cat pipe or inlet manifold wil be that bad at all (the exhaust system/cat is 11months old and my inlet manifold is 4months old)

is it worth it still? suppose it will dechoke the engine!


james

[Edited on 15-01-2004 by essexracer]

 
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