Valvoline engineers have developed a new solution for treating and restoring gasoline direct-injection fuel systems with the EasyGDI Fuel System Service featuring Power Dispersal Technology.
This fuel system service removes carbon deposits from hard-to-reach intake valves, piston tops, cylinder heads and fuel injectors in gasoline direct injection (GDI) engines in just over one hour using basic tools, a simple canister apparatus and shop air.
“This marks a major breakthrough in how GDI fuel systems can be treated and restored by technicians of varied skill and experience levels. It is a sensible investment for both installers and consumers, providing a win-win situation in vehicle service,” said Laura Carpenter, VP of marketing, installer channels.
“The new fuel system service has been extensively tested and validated by third parties and proven on a wide variety of current market vehicles. Tests have shown a consistent removal of 30-50% of deposits, and in many cases engine components are restored back to bare metal,” said Dr. David E. Turcotte, technical director, Valvoline.
“With more than 70% of new vehicles expected to be built with GDI fuel systems by 2021*, it is as important as ever for installers to invest in performing GDI fuel system services efficiently and profitably,” said Carpenter.
For more information, call 800-TEAM-VAL or visit easygdi.valvoline.com.