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Introducing a water spray continually into a running engine's air intake will decarbonize cylinder head, given enough time. You will struggle to keep the engine running but if you ar epatient, it can be done.

It is commonly known that a defective cylinder head gasket that leaks engine coolant into a cylinder will clean that cylinder head and piston to "like new" condition.

Some performance engine enthusiasts incorporate "water injection" systems to generate more horsepower. Water flashing into steam increases cylinder pressures and, therefore, engine torque and the cylinders get "steam cleaned" in the process, which helps removes carbon deposits.

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2003 diesel landcruiser manual after towing heavy load up hills I stopped engine and started upagain after 2 hrs she was blowing white smoke no loss of power and coolant level and oil the same towed same...


white exhaust smoke indicates usually unburn fuel, it can be either, problem with gunky injectors, wrong timing or problem with valves, non-sealing pistons or glaze on the cylinders

I am usually recommending in cases like that use of any decarboniser add to the fuel (removes glaze from cylinder and help therefore seal), and then use some injector cleaner.

in your case - you were using too high gear and hence the glazing on the cylinder - if you did not have these problem before.

for future references, I would suggest towing in that condition on all four drive, and forget about fifth gear...

add injector cleaner first, and at next re-fuel add decarboniser.

hope this will help you at least a bit - do not forget to vote...

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How to de-carbonize a motorcycle engine@


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1987 oldsmobile 98, I replaced the battery and the car still won't start ?


maybe the points need adjusting or check the exhaust at rear and see what tis colour black inside...... may need decarbonising.

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Hello, I have a Honda XR250 1990 (europe) Black smoke and licht noise in cilinder, what to do ? Thankx zegersjulien@hotmail.com


Did you ever done Decarb for your Motor Cycle ? It is recommended to do a Decarbonisation of Cylinder Head and Replace the liner every 30000 - 40000 Kms .
Black Smoke Can be Because of
1. Damaged Cylinder Liner 2. Dirty Cylinder Head 3. improper Combustion 4. Fuel problems 5. Fuel Pump / Carburetter Problems
need Physical Examination Foe a definite Solution

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Toyota 4Y engine Makes a Taping noise and and black smoke comes from the ex-oust Pipe? How can I solve this problem?


Time for a good check up, the black smoke is a good indication of a faulty fuel pump or fuel calibration/setting.
I would advice that it needs a good tuning up of the fuel and timing , or even decarbonising of the head/ exhaust.
the tapping noise can be the tappets. the clearance being high, which will be adjusted in the tuning.
So check this out

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50cc 1999 derbi senda


Hi
Decarbonise the exhaust system.

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Oct 16, 2009 | Derbi Senda SM 125 4T Motorcycles

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Black smoke coming from tailpipe when i excelrate


HI,

First your silencer needs to be decarbonised.

Second the quality of gas may not be good.

If problem still exists get your air fiters/carborater cleaned up.

Hope your problem is solved.

Thanks
Kanu

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Is decarbonising is necessary


Hi! With modern fuels and oils there really shouldn't be any need to de-carbonise.(Unlees Mixture is incorrect?) If you are really concerned then try a quality fuel additive, read fully the directions for use and Bingo job's a good-un.
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