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    Induction cleaning?

    So how would I go about cleaning out the induction system?

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    remove what you can and take it to the parts washer. Or use some safe cleaner and a rag.

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    like the guy said remove the parts you can and clean them with a rag. I use alcohol/water mix

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    FYI Just in case you were thinking about it, I wouldn't use that TB cleaner on your engine. It fouls plugs and forces grit into the cylinders. Also don't use TB cleaner on plastics.

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    Remove and clean is always best.

    Remove and clean is always best.

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