Anybody on here use injector cleaner in their bike.
How much do you use at any one time.
thanks for any input in advance.
PS: Any queenslanders reading this, stay safe will ya's
Lucas UCL in all my cars n bikes over the years, fantastic product, my SG gets a shotglass in every tankful, Lucas UCL is one of those maintenance products you get great results with if you use it consistently, if you buy some gummed up second hand car or bike, after a few tankfuls you notice the difference, it takes a while but Lucas is just a light oil and it softens those hardened carbon deposits and they then get shifted, great stuff, at around $18 a litre its cheap and lasts ages for a bike, if you do a few cars also it can get pricey so I'm now looking at going the ashless marine 2-stroke, many are using it with great results http://www.ls1.com/forums/showthread.php?t=91206
If you cant be arsed with an additive at every fill up then you may just want to go something strong every six months or so to keep carbon deposits to a minimum, anything with the chemical Polyether amine in it also known as PEA is the one you want, redline, nulon, and techron have this.
Thanks for your input guys
Moreys, Lucas, Redline etc, basically all the good quality brands it is then
Checked out the link and what they claim makes sense and sounds like it is worth trying,
I am not sure I am working out the ratio properly, the mentioned mix rate was 1 oz of 2 stroke per 5 gallons fuel which I worked out to be 1 oz = 29 ml and 5 gal = 18.9 ltrs. this will give a ratio of 640:1 me thinks? which should work out to be about 1.5 ml per 1 ltr ?????
Is this right or have I cocked something up? seems very lean but I guess it is worked out for 4 stroke engines not 2 strokes.
Hey Lastrain 500:1 is the ratio that most run with good results.
To work out a mix for 19L tank > 19,000ml (Fuel) Divide by 500 (ratio) = 38ml of 2stroke
Just make sure its the marine spec TCW3
Let us know how you get on if ya try it out.