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Like the old saying goes, if it's too good to be true, it probably is...
That being said, if the claims were true, we would have seen something like this installed in vehicles from the manufacturer already. In fact, with the way folks were in the early '80's, they would've experimented with that theory a lot!
I do however remember a CarCraft magazine article saying the best way to clean your engine was to squirt a little bit of water down your carb every now and then (on a hot engine of course!) and it would clean the carbon and oil deposits in both the carb and valve faces, and as Norbie stated, the piston heads too! They did forget to mention not doing this on a Chrysler 400cid w/the 4bbl carb that was made outta PLASTIC!!! A new carb that same day, the car was running once again...

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