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I have used it; you have to introduce the spray after the turbo. I use the port on my symposer delete. Not as good as manual cleaning the valves, but much better than no cleaning at all. I could see it damaging the turbo if huge chunks of carbon came flying off of ridiculously caked valves, but it more or less softens the carbon so it dissolves and burns away.
I don't understand the "burns away" part. Since the buildup is on the intake valves, where is the heat coming from to burn it away?
 

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I don't understand the "burns away" part. Since the buildup is on the intake valves, where is the heat coming from to burn it away?
Combustion; the same heat that creates the carbon build up in the first place.
 

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I don't understand the "burns away" part. Since the buildup is on the intake valves, where is the heat coming from to burn it away?
Its supposed to soften it up and let it get sucked into the combustion chamber and burn it off that way. Least thats what ive been reading
 
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