AMD Carbon Clean

Shady0808

Audi S3 Essex

SootySport

Registered User
Good price. Which bits do they clean? And how.
 

ch1z64

C'mon you's bhoy's in Green
VCDS Map User
Silver Supporter
Had a look at there site for a description off what they do for that price but never found anything other than the benefits it does to your car which they are correct about.
I had mine Walnut Clean ( tsfi ) engine and even thou the mechanic said for the milage 80,000 there wasn't much Sh*t it would still do the injectors and other parts the world off good which i have to agree , it just felt a bit better when driving but i was about £200 for mine
 

Shady0808

Audi S3 Essex
Well I've read walnut just does the inlet manifold only.

I called them up, carbon clean uses gas, hydrogen I think, pumped into your air intake just after the sensor. Cleans the turbo and other bits apparently. Lol my memory is terrible
 

leshkin

Hold my beer...
VCDS Map User
Carbon clean does not work as well as media blasting. If car is already suffering from Carbon buildup, it's unlikely to be fixed by this... Might be beneficial for low Carbon buildup situations.

Biggest are of concern is inlet manifold and that's where media blasting works perfectly.

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Whodafunk

Registered User
Had a look at there site for a description off what they do for that price but never found anything other than the benefits it does to your car which they are correct about.
I had mine Walnut Clean ( tsfi ) engine and even thou the mechanic said for the milage 80,000 there wasn't much Sh*t it would still do the injectors and other parts the world off good which i have to agree , it just felt a bit better when driving but i was about £200 for mine

Where did you get the walnut blast for £200? Seems a good price for the work involved
 

Shady0808

Audi S3 Essex
I starting to think R-Tech is impractical for me, with my distance and the time it takes to perform I won't be able to drive up and back the same day.
 

ch1z64

C'mon you's bhoy's in Green
VCDS Map User
Silver Supporter
I starting to think R-Tech is impractical for me, with my distance and the time it takes to perform I won't be able to drive up and back the same day.
If you stay in Scotland Dave at DH Automotive is the man to chat too
 

Shady0808

Audi S3 Essex

Moxy89

Registered User
When it comes to tuning it’s worth the extra mile. I use niki at r tech and Alex at aks and both are miles away from me
 

Shady0808

Audi S3 Essex
Yea I've decided R-Tech it is. Just waiting to hear back from them on a quote to get the cam follower changed, the Ramair oversized CAI installed and a stage 1 tune. Need to know the time it will take as well to organise the trip. Probably have to do it on an early start Saturday
 
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