Is loving the Alfa
Join Date: Dec 2013
Location: United Kingdom
County: West Yorkshire
Anyone tried Xenum 'in and Out' cleaner?
Thinking of getting some - just wondered if anyone had tried it and had any thoughts?...
Sounds like a good excuse for a 3500 rpm blast!!!
"Effectively cleans the Diesel Particle Filter (DPF), the catalytic converter as well as the turbo compressor and its variable geometry vanes.
- Actively cleans the entire fuel & injection system.
Increased power, improved dynamics of engineGreater fuel economySmoother engine running, less noise and vibrationsImproved engine&turbo compressor reliabilityTrouble-free functioning of the DPF&Catalytic systemReduced toxic emissions and smokeIN&OUT CLEANER acts as Fuel Born catalyst and oxidizes the carbon deposits in the exhaust system, removing them completely. Natural temperature of ignition of the carbon deposits (600'C) is lowered by the chemical to about 400'C. The regeneration runs in driving conditions; no special service operations are necessary.
Simultaneously acts on the fuel&injection system using detergent agents providing unequalled effectiveness.
Restores the proper functioning of the turbo compressorKeeps the variable geometry vanes cleanRegenerates the Diesel Particle FilterKeeps the DPF and Catalytic system cleanEliminates deposits and cleans the entire fuel&injection system i.e. tank and booster pump, high-pressure pump and flow control, common rail and injector nozzlesAPPLICATION
Use for both preventive and problem-solving treatment. It's recommended to use IN & OUT CLEANER at each service interval of the car.
For all types of diesel engines including the latest generation directly injected with CRD, TDI, JTD, HDI,EGR, Diesel Particle Filter and catalyser. This treatment requires no disassembling.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Add the content (1,5L) to the tank and ad diesel fuel until it contains 30L to 50L of fuel.
Drive the vehicle several times at high load and high revs (>3000 rpm) in order to heat the exhaust, turbo and after treatment systems."