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What do you guys suggest???

I have used sea foam and gunk motor flush. They have always served me well in the past. As for fuel system cleaner I have always gone with Lucas.
 

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What do you guys suggest???

I have used sea foam and gunk motor flush. They have always served me well in the past. As for fuel system cleaner I have always gone with Lucas.
Same things I have used, just make sure to change the oil after you use seafoam ;ol;
 

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You can use the Seafoam in the fuel system too; i've also used the Gunk.
 

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That's what I'm after. I'm a fan of a flush at every oil change. My bigblock needed it done every change due to bad rings so I figure if it kept things clean in there it should work to fight sludge in the Saab.
 

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Gunk engine flush says on the bottle "not to be used with turbo vehicles"? Anyone used the German Moto engine flush on a SAAB?
 

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For Turbo Charged gasoline and diesel engines, use the Gunk Synthetic Motor Flush. Sometimes I go ole skool and add a qt of ATF right before an oil change; I always get feedback on this (atf); but it works for me. Some folks don't like using flushes (because it might clean the engine to well and create leaks); don't know what to say about that; I don't think that way.​


Gunk engine flush says on the bottle "not to be used with turbo vehicles"? Anyone used the German Moto engine flush on a SAAB?
 

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This one has intrigued me for the simple reason I've read decent reviews at removing varnish.

http://www.auto-rx.com/cart/order.shtml
I read a lot of great things about Auto-RX too, so I ordered two bottles that are still sitting in my garage. Mainly for the fact that I don't want to use until I have time to drop the pan right afterwards. One would think that anything flushed out of the engine will collect at the pick-up screen, so the screen should be cleaned after a flush.
 
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