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Friday, October 27th 2017, 8:34am

By local429

Should I Decarbonize My Car

The Great Debate: Should I Decarbonize My Car’s Engine?

Should I decarbonize my car’s engine? When I went to auto service shop, the workers always suggested me to decarbonize my car’s engine. They told me that my car has direct fuel with enough buildup, the engine could misfire. The dealership said the best way to maintain my car is to clean the carbon from my auto engine. They wanted almost $1,000 for this service. Is it worth the money to pay the dealer to do it?

From my perspective, it is necessary. Actually, this is an area of debate among technicians and engineers, with the opinions of backyard mechanics thrown in.
According to our research, after running 1-2 years (about20000 kilometers), the automobile engine will have performance degradation in different levels:
Economic performance degradation, fuel consumption increase
Short of power, fast acceleration not free
Start not smooth, especially in cold start
Excessive exhaust emission
Noise increase
The engine oil turns black fast or even slightly burned
The reason of above phenomenon might be various, but an important factor which can’t be neglected is that the engine has been contaminated. The accumulated carbon makes the engine cant’s work normally and coordinately, which resulted in a lower overall performance and the car no longer has a good manipulation ability. It also brings hidden danger to the safe driving.
The accumulated carbon inside brings a serious impact to the engine and shorten its service life. As we know, the three killer factors to the engine service life are: corrosion, abrasion and accumulate carbon.
The engine oil should be clean within the motor normal maintenance period, and when close to the engine oil change interval, it becomes slight dark, moderate viscosity but no apparent impurities. However, if the engine oil comes with phenomenon of darken earlier, viscosity increasing and metal foams, the conclusion could be that the contamination (also knowing as oil sludge) inside the crank case has been occurred. U.S study shows that the exhausted mission cause expenses of about 2-12% in the whole automobile using period. The effort to reduce the harmful automobile emission could not only bring social benefits but also create economic value.
(The accumulated carbon could be eliminated by importing the special treated oxy-hydrogen to the automobile engine air filter through a special hose, starting the engine and keeping it in idling while injecting the oxy-hydrogen at the same time. According to the different car displacement and accumulated carbon level, we can choose different air outlet option and time. Without adding any chemical composition & No harms to the engine parts.)
Now days,Should I Decarbonize My Car