Every driver is interested in ways to improve car power and performance, especially low-cost methods. At Injection Correction, we have developed a number of injector cleaning products that restore the power and performance of your vehicle. By cleansing the engine of contaminants and removing any blockages and build ups, the cleaners allow your vehicle to perform at maximum efficiency.
As a concentrated detergent, the Injection Correction injector cleaner cleanses combustion chamber deposits, intake valve deposits, and port fuel injector deposits, eliminating the need for alternative fuel injector cleaning procedures. What’s more, the injector cleaner helps maintain peak engine efficiency in low-mileage engines. By treating one full tank of fuel every 4,000 miles or after 100 hours of service or once every 3 months, the cleaner helps improve fuel mileage while minimising emissions and noise from carbon rap and pre-ignition.
The newly reformulated Injection Correction fuel conditioning injector cleaner provides unsurpassed restoration of fuel economy and performance. Today’s fuels vary in quality and additive treatment levels, despite a certain level of detergent additive being required by law to be formulated into petroleum. This is because cost restrictions cause refineries to use low-quality additives in the lowest additive concentration (LAC), a level insufficient to prevent deposit accumulation.
As a result, deposits accumulate on fuel injectors, intake valves, and combustion chambers, often within just a few thousand miles. These despots cause disruption to spray patterns and affect electronic sensors, causing a multitude of problems.
The Injection Correction fuel conditioning injector cleaner is the most potent petrol/diesel additive available today. As a concentrated detergent, it is unsurpassed in cleaning combustion chamber deposits, intake valve deposits, and port fuel injector deposits, eliminating the need for expensive fuel injector cleaning procedures. The product is ideal for use prior to emissions inspections, while it also helps maintain peak engine efficiency, fuel economy, power, and drivability in newer, low-mileage engines.