You might think that burning gasoline or diesel helps to clean your engine but this would be absolutely incorrect! In reality, burning fuel actually creates dirt inside of your engine. In fact, an engine gets built-up with carbon and other by-products due from the internal combustion of fuels and vapors. For example: the tops of pistons, the backs of intake valves, the combustion chambers, inside the intake manifold, the throttle body itself, all of these areas in an engine get dirty as the gasoline burns. Failure to remove sludge, varnish, and deposits from these areas will lead to a loss of fuel economy. This may cause stalling, hesitation, elevated emissions and overall decrease in performance. Some of these deposits are extremely hard to remove because they are cooked on, but they are not a problem for BAR’S Top Engine Cleaner.
Bar's Top Engine Conditioner - As a Bar’s Products International top seller, our customers know we have truly raised the “BAR’S” in this combustion chamber/intake manifold aerosol cleaner and conditioner. Bar’s powerful formula consists of a surface-activator foaming agent which quickly and effectively cleans the inside of the vehicle’s intake manifold and combustion chamber. TEC’s foaming action applies the product to the inside of the carburetor and combustion chamber, coating all internal surfaces.
Market leading internal combustion chamber cleaner
Bar’s Top Engine Cleaner (TEC) consists of a powerful blend of cleaners and a surface-activator foaming agent which quickly and effectively cleans the inside of the vehicle’s intake manifold and combustion chamber. Bar's TEC’s foaming action coats all internal surfaces of the product to the inside of the carburetor and combustion chamber.
Start Engine and run until normal operating temperature is reached. Turn off Engine
FOR CARBURETOR ENGINES: Remove air cleaner. Restart engine, set at fast idle and slowly spray contents into Carburetor throat, including choke plate and throat walls. Spray continuously – do not allow engine to stall during application.
FOR FUEL INJECTION ENGINES: a) Throttle Body: Disconnect vacuum hose from Throttle Body connected to Engine Bloc. Spray small amount through opening by inserting a spray tube to apply to Throttle Body plate. Reconnect and allow 15 minutes soaking time. b) Combustion Chamber & Valves: Restart engine. Loosen screw and make small opening on joint of plastic or rubber manifold part connecting to metal. While engine is running, spray entire contents into intake manifold by inserting and firmly holding spray tube to prevent from being sucked in. Shut engine off and reconnect manifold. Allow 15 minutes soaking time.
Restart engine, run at fast idle to blow out loose carbon deposits until engine resumes normal smoothness. Repeat application every 5000km for maximum efficiency. Extremely dirty system or large engine may require reapplication.