De-carbonization of engine rings

So I decided that I need to decarbonize the engine. I began to notice oil consumption and exhaust smoke. I changed the valve stem seals, but the problem was solved only by half. Overhaul was expensive to do, so on the Internet I used queries like "engine decarbonization".

First I used Laurel. The smell was strong during rinsing, but I did not see a visible effect. Before the next oil change, while continuing my search, I noticed the use of Dimexidum for decarbonizing rings. This is a drug. And naturally I went to the pharmacy. The pharmacist asked - why do men often buy Dimexide in large quantities? This strengthened me even more that I was on the right track.

When buying, I advise you to look for jars with a capacity of 100 ml. It will be cheaper than 50ml. I personally took 9 bottles of 100ml.

De-coking engine G without disassembly

All mechanics are advised to disassemble the engine and not use various additives. I believe disassembling and cleaning, repairing is ideal. However, it is quite costly. Therefore, decoking engine rings without disassembling is an interesting option, as is replacing the starter

I want to warn you right away. I went through it myself, so

Please note that many warn about the effects of Dimexide on paint and plastic products.

Consequences of exposure to Dimexide on the engine

I myself put the valve stem seals in a solution of Dimexide and oil to test the effect. And I saw nothing wrong. But with the paint I had to work hard. The fact is that the inside of the sump and the engine cover are treated with paint or varnish (I don't know). However, take a look at what happens to this coating when exposed to Dimexide.

So I removed the pallet (for this I had to unscrew the muffler from the manifold). Then, using the same Dimexide, I worked on this coating. Some of it came off as dry skin. And with the rest I had to work hard with sandpaper.

I did the same with the inner surface of the engine cover.

If this is not done, there is a high probability that flakes and paint residues can prevent oil from spreading through the engine.

And one more important note. Do not over-tighten the pallet. After the whole procedure, it will have to be removed again

De-carbonization of engine rings



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Buns with halva and dried apricots

"Mouth rejoices at a large piece!" - I thought and decided to bake these beautiful buns) Having completed the recipe, another one caught my eye, their name was Achma! Surprise! I have never baked them before, I liked the acquaintance) I have my own dough, bezoparnoe. The author's dough is layered with plums with butter, I decided to fill them with halva and dried apricots. Try it, maybe you will like this option.)))

Recipe "Buns with halva and dried apricots":

We grind 12 grams of yeast (I never use flour for this amount again) with 1 s. l. Sahara. We leave for 2 minutes.

Decarbonization of the Mitsubishi Galant 4G63 engine. Dimexide is decarbonized. The result of de-carbonization of the engine with Dimexide. De-carbonization of rings. laurel, dimexidum.

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Basic data

The 1725NT uses an integral, upward-folding frame that allows for a transport width of around 3 m and a height of just over 4 m.Farmers in areas with narrow roads or small fields will appreciate the added value of a narrow transport frame without auxiliary wheels for lifting in situations where maneuverability is limited.

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