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Itch-2-FishItch-2-Fish Vero Beach, FLPosts: 432 Deckhand
777191 Carb and Choke Cleaner and 777185 Engine Tuner? Are they both used the same way? Interchangeable? Not?
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  • gulfcoast02gulfcoast02 Posts: 41 Deckhand
    I use engine tuner to soak things in that have any kind of build up on it...like carb parts,jets and any passages. can also use the tuner to soak a cylinder that might have a stuck ring do to carbon build up. carb and choke cleaner is good to blow through passages and its also kind of a de greaser. I use both often when cleaning internal engine parts and mostly on carbs.
  • Itch-2-FishItch-2-Fish Vero Beach, FLPosts: 432 Deckhand
    Thanks Gulf.
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  • BillgranBillgran Posts: 350 Deckhand
    Engine Tuner is a foamy solution for cleaning carbon off pistons and rings. It also works well dissolving varnish from carburetors.

    As the previous person said, Carb and Choke cleaner is just a solvent for removing gunk from parts.
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