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post #1 of 4 Old 02-06-2019, 01:55 PM Thread Starter
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4 of our top rated fuel injector cleaners are on sale right now

<p class="p1">A clean engine is a more efficient engine (and also a more powerful one), so a fuel injector cleaning is an important part of maintaining your motor (no matter what it's powering). While you can always visit a mechanic to get this service done, this is actually one of a few maintenance items that are pretty idiot-proof when it comes to at-home DIY. How simple? You can do it at home without any tools or garage space. We previously went through our list of favorites over on AutoGuide, but these products are equally as effective on smaller engines, whether we're talking ATVs, UTVs, Motorcycles, or just about anything else in the powersports category. During our last round of updates, we discovered that four of our selects are currently on sale! Here's what you need to know:



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Royal Purple Max-Clean Fuel System Cleaner and Stabilizer is 19% off

Lucas Oil 10512 Deep Clean Fuel System Cleaner is 32% off

Lubegard 77012 Fuel System Booster Cleaner is 11% off

Marvel Mystery Oil 50665 Ultimate Fuel and Motor Treatment is 14% off

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post #2 of 4 Old 02-06-2019, 03:55 PM
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Do you know if the elbow connector to the carburetor from the fuel tank feed hose is made in a metal like brass or zinc instead of the black plastic?
My 2005 elbow cracked because today’s gas is dry plastics out
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post #3 of 4 Old 02-06-2019, 06:52 PM
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Some day . . . maybe KLR650 successors will have fuel injectors to clean!

I jest; surely the liquids featured offer, "Better living through chemistry," for carbureted engines, as well as for fuel-injected ones.
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post #4 of 4 Old 02-07-2019, 11:21 AM
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Do you know if the elbow connector to the carburetor from the fuel tank feed hose is made in a metal like brass or zinc instead of the black plastic?
My 2005 elbow cracked because today’s gas is dry plastics out
The fuel inlet fitting for your 2005 Keihin CVK carb is part #92005-1120. An alternate part# is 92005-1283 from the 2008-2011 Gen 2 Keihin CVK carb. I can not remember which is less $'s but both are plastic.

No company that I am aware of makes any metal fuel inlet fitting to replace the original o-ring sealed Replaceable plastic fittings which were used from 1984-2011. (or was that 2010?)

I personally have found the original plastic fittings to be plenty durable with any & all gasolines used in my, 1 owner, 83,000+ mile, 1987 KLR650-A1. Both the upper vent and lower fuel fittings are original & I believe the o-rings are also.

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