Injector cleaning service

thelonebean

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Hey everyone, I bought an injector cleaning machine that has the ultra sonic bath ability along with flow testing about a year ago and only really used it for cleaning my friend's and my own injectors over the winter months when I didn't drive it much to free up any gunk that might have accumulated while sitting. Anyway, I thought the other day of offering a service to clean your guys' injectors that you want to send to me. I looked around and name brand shops charge about $13-$30 per injector, so with that considered and since I'm not a well known shop I think I'd ask around $70 + shipping for all 8 injectors (or if you have less like 4 or just 1 we can work on the price) and I'll pay the return shipping. I can also document what cc it put out before and after. I can clean any injector with an ev1 or ev6 connector so if you have ev14 connectors, you'll have to wait a a bit for me to buy the adapters for them. If this sounds like something any of you guys are interested in, I'll get it out from storage in the next couple days. Thanks in advance
 

boost88

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Where were you a month or two ago when I had mine out lol. I think a lot of places are discontinuing this service which is a shame. I think it's a great idea

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thelonebean

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Where were you a month or two ago when I had mine out lol. I think a lot of places are discontinuing this service which is a shame. I think it's a great idea

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Haha, sorry for the bad timing. It seems like that yea, I don’t think it’s that profitable for big businesses and people just usually buy new injectors anyway. But if you need this service in the future, just message me on this post and I’ll get in contact with you.
 

boost88

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Haha, sorry for the bad timing. It seems like that yea, I don’t think it’s that profitable for big businesses and people just usually buy new injectors anyway. But if you need this service in the future, just message me on this post and I’ll get in contact with you.
Will Do. The guy I talked to said, we just don't do it any more because new fuels are much better. Which I'm gonna call bs on lol

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thelonebean

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Will Do. The guy I talked to said, we just don't do it any more because new fuels are much better. Which I'm gonna call bs on lol

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While e85 is better, it is wayyyy more corrosive than 91 octane especially if you run only e85. Pump gas will still clog injectors just at a slower rate. Don't think that guy really knew much about fuel corrosion
 

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