- dissolves carbon and oily deposits from the intake circuit, without the need to dismantle.Deep cleans intake manifolds, the turbo, intercooler, EGR valve, throttle body, valves and combustion chamber;
- ideal for dissolving and removing sludge and deposits in carburetors;
- does not damage catalytic converters or Lambda sensors;
- optimises the combustion of most of the air introduced by decreasing consumption;
- overall improvement in performance;
- when nebulized directly, it is ideal for unblocking and cleaning EGR valves;
- allows carburettor engines to startup without fuel .
Since the introduction of anti-pollution regulations, manufacturers have resorted to recirculating exhaust gases to lower the level of pollutant emissions.The result is that gases and vapours in the crankcase progressively soil the manifolds, the EGR valve, turbo vanes and the intercooler, which obstructs them, and limits the amount of air that enters the combustion chamber.In addition, intercooler dirt prevents adequate air cooling, with a consequent decrease in the amount of air that can enter the combustion chamber.The result is a gradual reduction in performance, an increase in fuel consumption, higher levels of exhaust smoke, etc..
It is, therefore, necessary to clean all the air passages periodically to avoid the cost of disassembling and cleaning them later. A.M.C.Does not remove dirt, but dissolves sediments, lacquers and unburned deposits in a short time without dismantling.Simpy spray the cleaner into the intake manifold with the engine running.The operation takes just a few minutes.With very dirty or blocked EGR valves, you may want to spray AMC directly to unblock and clean them.
When sprayed into carburetors, its great for an easy engine start without running the battery down.