Well, the gains are going to depend upon how bad the valves are. A guy on MSF did this and picked up 20whp with a big turbo setup. However, his results are skewed due to having a piece of rubber in a runner, which would have been hurting his flow.First, nice write up!!!
Second, has anyone ever dyno'd before and after a valve cleaning? I wonder how much power loss we have after x miles?
Can't wait to try this out! Thanks again!
COBB offers the service, as does BMW. Honestly though, this is very safe, jus follow the directions or ask locals for help. Mazda's service will clean nothing close compared to this...I recall paying the dealership to do a fuel induction system cleaning so I decided to ask them some more details about it when I was there this morning. They said all they do essential is blast some air with some cleaning solution into the intake and it apparently cleans the system. Judging by the results from this thread it would take more than just sending some air into the system to truly clean it.
Do you think I could pay someone to do this for me since I honestly don't think I feel comfortable doing this myself?
True, but I put one bottle in at every oil change to clean most of the fuel system. I wish this engine had a 5th injector in the IM from the factory to clean the valves to avoid us from doing this maintenance. Damn you Mazda!(still love you tho)Techron will not help clean the valves in the speed. They are disi.
tapatalking.. err wait.