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Cycle-RX (internal engine cleaner)

So I was looking around for info on seafoam, but according to Cycle-RX that style of internal engine cleaner is outdated and too corrosive which can damage your clutch. This stuff, Cycle-RX, is more gentle, and works over a process of about 1000 miles. This stuff, however, is "proven" safe for motorcycles with a wet clutch.

This product is based on the same proven chemistry as used in Auto-Rx®. Thorough testing of Cycle-Rx® was performed at AMI (American Motor Cycle Institute) of Daytona Beach, Fl. AMI provided before and after compression test data, as well as used oil samples submitted to Dyson Analysis for review.
And here is how you do it:

Anyone used this stuff? I think I'll give it a shot here pretty soon.
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