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Old 30th October 2012, 10:30   #226
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Mod Note : Please continue the discussion in our Engine Decarbonisation Article (Engine Decarbonising - Demystified). Thanks

Originally Posted by sgiitk
The best decoking is a run of 30 minutes or so with the throttle open (as far as the law allows) on a highway.
Or you could rev in 3rd gear and maintain approx 80 kmph for a couple of minutes. The Egr and exhaust would be cleaned up pretty well.

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