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GM Top Engine Cleaner - Did I buy the right stuff?

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Unread 11-26-2005, 05:12 PM
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Re: GM Top Engine Cleaner - Did I buy the right stuff?

I never thought of this . I use this at work all the time it's nasty stuff. Grate for your car Iam going to try this in my rifle.
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    Re: GM Top Engine Cleaner - Did I buy the right stuff?

    can't compare the performance but i paid 6.87 + tax for 16 oz at the chevy dealer today.
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    Unread 11-28-2005, 05:56 PM
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    Take a bottle of Butches , read the ingredients , take a can of GM TEC , read the ingredients . Kinda boring reading the same thing twice in a row [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img] Butches has some color added , but as far as performance they are the same. I have performed tests using both on the same rifle shot the same number of rounds and the patch count is the within a patch or two either way.

    Gm tec first , then Barnes CR10 ,that is all you will ever need ( course i'm in the middle of a test with some of the new Hoppes Elite carbon and copper cleaner that the rep gave me to try , jury still out on this stuff )

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    Roy ,

    Just for fun do a search for GM TEC , put it in quotes and go for posts older than 1 week .


    Get your reading glasses on [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img], cause theres plenty

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    Unread 11-29-2005, 12:58 PM
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    i'm assuming i could scrub the carbon off of my necks with this stuff? getting carbon off the necks is my biggest challenge.i've used scotch-brite and even some bore cleaners but it's tuff to get that stuff off. any ideas other than brasso?

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    Re: GM Top Engine Cleaner - Did I buy the right stuff?

    Sara and I have been using TEC with Kroil mixed 2:1. It is hands down the best powder fouling remover We've ever used.
    As far as I can tell it is identical to Shooters Choice.
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