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Thread: Cleaning fuel injectors?

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    Your fine. Sometimes injectors have to run at nearly 100% duty cycle (on), especially if they are undersized. If it sprays when you activate it and stops completely when you remove the voltage, it works.

    Whats up with reviving all these old threads TPEHAK? Bored? haha

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    Doesn't using fuel system cleaner regularly keep them cleaner and possibly keep from having to get them serviced? Reviving these old threads are good reminders for me, thanks for doing that. Hey TPEHAK, were you in the Coosbay area over the summer, like sometime in July, seen a Buell out there at that time?



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