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Old 19th September 2008, 06:20   #46
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Believe me or not, MY car is one of the best maintained safari as I used to change the engine oil in 3-4k interval and it never run without any additives. (I am the stupid who tested the efficiancies of the additives like IFTEX, Automax, MP6TY etc..) I have flushed the fuel system 2 times in the last 4 months. One with IFTEX and now with OWS 360.

And none of the additives removed the carbon deposits from my fuel injectors. If you are in chennai, I welcome you come the workshop to see my car. (it will be there 2 more days).

And regarding the Engine Flush OWS, it worked well. But believe me or not, NO ADDITIVES or Diesel or even ACIDs can remove the carbon 100% - we used two 18v Bosch drilling machines to clean the carbons!!!! But now I am wondering, how SYNTHETIC Oils will do its job 100%, if your oil bump, sump & strainer are like mine(after a Engine flush) - believe me or not I used new 15w40 Oil just for flushing - that means oil change just before the flush!!!!)!
Which engine oil(s) you have been using till date ? i.e. the make Castrol/HP/Mobil ?
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Hi, I''m from Chennai & would like to know where you got the fuel additives from & their pricing. I have a petrol car.

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Old 19th September 2008, 10:08   #48
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Mobil Delvac MX till date, Switching to Magnetec now.
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Old 21st September 2008, 00:08   #49
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Fine, here are the updates from todays works:

Engine Block & Piston Top before Cleaning:
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Cleaning the Block:
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After Cleaning:
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Cleaning the Differential Oil Sump:
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Cleaning the Engine Oil Strainer Top:

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Assembling the Camshaft:
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Head after Assembly:
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Fixing the Head with Block:
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Guys, is it Boring? Why no Reply, will I continue the journey...
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Not boring at all fellow IBMer. Please do continue. We are learning a lot/
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Old 21st September 2008, 12:30   #51
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@ibm_jennifer,

Thanks for the response. I did check with concorde motors and they said FIAT has not recommended any of decarb activities for their cars. So just got the regular service done by them.

Please continue posting your journey of cleaning this. This one very informative thread in the entire forum which details the engine and decarbonisation process. we are truly enjoying this good piece of information and learning a lot from this. Am sure this thread would serve as one of the best guides for decarbonisation process.

Thanks for all your efforts. Keep going
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@ibm_jennifer,

do keep posting pictures, am quite impressed with the quality of work done and am following these posts keenly
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Please continue the journey. Very informative and impressive. I am keenly following this thread.

All the Best!!
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Hi ibm_jennifer,

Very good thread with good photos. I appreciate your interest in sharing your experience with all the team bhpan's. Keep us updated.
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This engine opener is surely an eye opener.
watching all the pictures very carefully..

Please keep them coming, I am actually waiting for final outcome, when you actually run it on road, and the power and performance benefits which you get out of it.
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Very informative pictures, Thread rated 5 Star
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Informative pics, but OT in this thread. What's block & pistons doing in a thread where we are comparing Fuel/ Oil/ Engine Additives ?
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What's block & pistons doing in a thread where we are comparing Fuel/ Oil/ Engine Additives
Additives vs Manual Decarbonization. Please change the thread title accordingly...
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Old 23rd September 2008, 00:06   #59
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Anyway here are the click from today's works:

Fuel Injectors before cleaning (But after OWS 360 - Its 99% useless here):

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Surfacing the Retainer:
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Surfacing the Oil Sump:
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Retainer, Sump & Pump after Cleaning:
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Power Steering Oil Tank & Filter before Cleaning:
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Power Steering Oil Tank & Filter after Cleaning:
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The CrankShaft after Cleaning:
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Oil Pump & Retainer after Fitting:
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Sump after Fixing:
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Consumables:
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Last edited by ibm_jennifer : 23rd September 2008 at 00:08.
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What are you using the com-paint for ??
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