I use a garden hose and open the throttle wide open and use the water to
the rpm's. You gotta be carefull doing it this way, but you engine will run so
smoothly if its all carboned up. It takes several gallons to do any good.
> >>Several things to try:
> >>2. Pour a glass of water SLOWLY down the throat of the carb while the
> beast is idling hot.
> actually, using a spray bottle full of water is alot easier, and won't be
> as potentially messy and damaging if you "accidently" pour too much. I've
> sprayed water down the carb, it's alot easier than pouring it and gets to the
> cylinders much quicker, as it's already airborne particulates of water. Just
> set the bottle for spray or mist, and keep pumping slowly, making sure the
> engine doesn't die from over-spraying. If your engine is carboned up badly,
> however, you could knock loose big fragments, and have them bounce around
> inside the cylinder. But it's worth a shot ( or spray ).
> Jerry Casper
> '55 Suburban
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