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Has anyone installed a water/methanol inject kit on any of the small blocks (2014-2018)?
I personally have the LV3 4.3L V6.
Looking to eliminate the carbon build up, caused by direct injection, on the intake valves.
Right now I'm trusting that Sea Foam is doing the job every 30k miles.
EDIT* I'm also interested in the increased performance after tuning. I am aware that a catch can would eliminate the majority of carbon build up on the valves.
Prepping my 2014 GMC Sierra-Denali, 1500 series, 6.2L, 4Whd; for relocation from Texas to Alaska this month (Feb 2014);
Newly installed modifications include:
2" Leveling Kit (front only) Real Carbon Fiber Roof-line cover (custom job) Retrax-Pro Retractable Tonneau cover BedRug carpeted bed liner GoPro Hero3+ Dash-Cam, hardwired and programmed for remote control with either IPad or IPhone WeatherTech Digital fit Floor Liners (used Yukon model for rear seating area due to under-seat storage) 3M Crystiline 70% grade front side window film 3M Clear Paint Protection film on full front including Headlamps, Mirrors, A-Pillar posts and Door-edges Genuine GM Splash Guards Genuine GM Engine Block Heater (planning to install marine plug socket in front fog light housing) De-badged Tailgate (Sierra emblem) Presently contemplating/considering replacing OEM running boards with power assisted. Opinions / feedback on mods will be appreciated.....let me know what you think, i.e. Like it or Don't
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