Re: carbon in exhaust tube

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If you want to keep the stock pipe,remove it,stick a plug in the ehhaust end,lean it up against something,with the end that attaches to the engine up,fill it full of Castrol Superclean,let it soak overnight,then thoroughly rinse it out with water from the end that goes on the engine.Let it dry completely,and reinstall it.This has worked for me.If you want to go with a bi-turbo,the only other modification you will NEED to make,is to go up a few jet sizes.You may have to try 2 or 3 before you find the right one.Whichever way you decide to go,I DEFINATELY recommend removing the oil injection system,and using premix at 40:1 to 50:1.Tomos oil injection systems are of very low quality,and are not reliable.

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