Re: [DML] Cleaning Fuel Injectors
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Re: [DML] Cleaning Fuel Injectors



I'll second this...I have never seen a cleaned set that will perform
as well as a new set. This is based on experience with my own DeLorean
as well as having seen customers cars come in "having just been
cleaned) and with an invoice from the company that did the work.

As an aside, I have an older 928 with the CIS injection, and it's the
same with those injectors, too.

James Espey
DMC (Texas)
http://www.delorean.com
800/USA-DMC1

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Dave Sontos" <dsontos@xxxx> wrote:
> Paul,
> Here's my two cents on this topic.
> 
> If those are the original fuel injectors don't bother wasting time
or money
> on cleaning them. I tried cleaning mine first, and they were pretty bad,
> which did help. I wasn't thrilled still on the performance of the
engine and
> then replaced mine with new injectors. That made the biggest
difference in
> idle and running.








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