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    Carb Cleaner Vs. Nitro cleaner

    I know someone posted about brake cleaner vs. nitro cleaner. Can I use de-chlorinated carb cleaner instead of nitro cleaner? I have a ton of it in my garage

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    RE: Carb Cleaner Vs. Nitro cleaner

    I just put after run oil in my carb it clean all possible grit and keeps it lubricated and working smoothly.

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    RE: Carb Cleaner Vs. Nitro cleaner

    I would be using this to clean the parts before I seal the motor

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    RE: Carb Cleaner Vs. Nitro cleaner

    I use break cleaner to clean the inside of my nitro engine out its fine. Just keep it away from the o rings or it could dry them out.


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