Has anyone got any experience using the Innotec turbo cleaning kit, see http://www.innotecwo...-clean-set.aspx
I've emailed the company for some more information but it looks like it might be a good way (read cheap) to possibly refurb a dirty turbo and may fix any possible issues with sticking vanes?
In fact in the time its taken me to write this post I've already received a reply from Innotech with a complete user guide pdf which I've posted up if anyone wants to take a look here http://cid-9736936af...Turbo Clean.pdf
It seems that you don't even need to remove the turbo to clean it, only the exhaust side inlet gets unbolted to give you access and then you pour everything in from there. The kit includes 2 cleaning agents for the turbo, an application tube, a blanking plate for the turbo (so you can fill it up with cleaner) and a cleaning agent to put into the fuel line. The price is £29 all in so I think I might have to give it a go...