I was careful to say fuel induction cleaning which is a different beast entirely than injector cleaning. In induction cleaning the chemicals are added at the intake and soak the backs of the valves. It's certainly less invasive than spending a hot afternoon tearing an engine apart. Kind of like doing opening up someone's abdomen to treat indigestion when an antacid might do the trick, eh? I just wanted to know if anyone with actual knowledge of the process has laid eyes on how effective it is. There's the marketing, sure. But I was hoping for other verification.Simply put, it doesn't. The fuel does not touch the intake valves, period. Their chemicals are no better than putting injector cleaner in your fuel tank. Even that, by the way, is fairly useless as well. If the fuel full of cleaners isn't hitting the valves how would it clean them?
Unless you live in an area with substandard fuel, the pump gas already has detergents in it. You can put more in but what's the point? Its a lot like putting extra detergent in your washing machine when your clothes are already coming out clean.
Search Google for top tier fuel. This is not premium fuel.