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    FORTÉ INJECTOR TREATMENT is it safe for the GPR ?

    I got myself a bottle of this stuff from a place that stocks lubricants for racecars, im wondering can i use it on my GPR ?

    FORTÉ INJECTOR TREATMENT

    Forté Injector Treatment is a premium quality fuel additive that has been specially developed to provide superior cleaning of the fuel system from the fuel tank through fuel injectors or carburettors on an ongoing basis. It is a complex blend of specially selected solvents combined with chemical surfactants and coupling agents which act together to dissolve the troublesome deposits that are formed in fuel systems and provide superior fuel injector cleanliness performance. It has similar benefits as Forté Fuel System Cleaner but has been designed to be used more regularly.

    Forté Injector Treatment is packed in a well-designed 150ml long neck bottle to make it more convenient to add the contents to the fuel tank. One bottle will treat 50 litres.

    Improved carburettor cleanliness.
    Removes injector pintle deposits.
    Improved corrosion inhibition.
    Neutralises the effect of moisture on combustion efficiency.
    Protection against corrosion.
    Oxidation and chemical stability.
    Contributes to improved fuel consumption and engine performance.
    Dissolves varnish and lacquer deposits along the entire fuel system.
    Forté Injector Treatment is compatible with all brands of gasoline, both leaded and unleaded and has no detrimental effect on catalytic converters and oxygen sensors.


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    My fear is the the solvents may have issues with lubricating the pistons and cylinders since it is a 2-stroke. I would just run a high quality gas and stick with that.

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    yami makes a FI cleaner for 2 strokes if you want to try that

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    Just got some info back from FORTE, they tell me its 100% safe for fuel injected 2strokes, as long as i mix it to the correct ratio of 150ml per 60litres

    Ill add it when im ready to ride, i usually ride a tank of gas in an hour.

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    why not pull the injectors and send them out to be professionally cleaned and flow tested? If one flows better than the rest put it in the cylinder that goes lean most often (#3 if memory serves). Then you know the state of your injectors, just my 2 cents

    http://injector-rehab.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhoad View Post
    why not pull the injectors and send them out to be professionally cleaned and flow tested? If one flows better than the rest put it in the cylinder that goes lean most often (#3 if memory serves). Then you know the state of your injectors, just my 2 cents

    http://injector-rehab.com/
    how much do they charge to clean 3?

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    Quote Originally Posted by N8R View Post
    how much do they charge to clean 3?
    http://injector-rehab.com/ins/rates.htm

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