RXP Gas Kicker ???


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RXP Gas Kicker ???

Post by BikerNewsman » Fri Feb 24, 2012 11:19 pm



Has anyone used "RXP Gas Kicker" in their bike? If so, were the results favorable or did it cause problems? I ran across numerous glowing recommendations for this product when used in automobiles while searching for a solution to a carbon build up problem with my car. There was not one mention of using it in a bike. Given the age of my bike, and the fact it's been sitting for around 2 years, I thought this *might* be a good product to thoroughly clean the entire fuel system, especially the injectors, once I get the bike running.


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Re: RXP Gas Kicker ???

Post by trike lady » Sat Feb 25, 2012 12:27 am

I know that some people have gotten good results with Yamaha Ring-free. It's not cheap from what they told me but it works well.
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Re: RXP Gas Kicker ???

Post by BikerNewsman » Sat Feb 25, 2012 10:25 am

Thanks trike lady. I'll check into that as well. I'm not one to jump onto a new product, prefering to stick with the tried-and-true, however this product had so many favorable reports in the automobile forums I wanted to see if fellow bikers were using it before possibly subjecting my bike to harm, or my wallet to deflation. ;)
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