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Induction Cleaner on Supercharger, Safe or Stupid?

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Old 08-05-2013, 05:25 PM   #1
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Default Induction Cleaner on Supercharger, Safe or Stupid?

I recently got some free products for cleaning out induction, and injection systems. I've ran Sea Foam no problem through the gas tank, but the induction cleaners I'm iffy on. I have a TVSR2300 Roushcharger, and I'm afraid it's going to strip the coating off the rotors. Thoughts? I can directly inject the stuff through any vacuum hose.
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