Bud Rolofson wrote:
> Gotta send a mild flame to Reed on his flammable carb cleaner warning. I've
> never seen carb cleaner flame up and in fact thought that the reason you used
> to check vacuum leaks is because it's not flammable and thus if it's sucked
> a vacuum leak it makes the idle speed drop. The can of carb cleaner that I
> (Gumout) even says on the can that it's non-flammable.
I've never seen it burn on contact with an exhaust manifold, but ...
If you want to see flames, hold a lit lighter about a foot in front of
your carb cleaner can and press the button ... But maybe thats the propellent ?
And if you blow up, it's you're own darn fault ;-)
I think the reason it drops your idle is not so much that it doesn't
burn, but is messes up your mixture.
Reed Mideke email@example.com