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Using Revive

Revive Turbo Cleaner demo.

Revive engine and turbo cleaning performed on a Mondeo TDCi with sticking vanes. This video is aimed at mechanics and workshops who need to provide a fast effective engine & turbo cleaning service. See how Revive is used, what it does, do’s and don’ts when performing Revive cleans.

The Revive cleaning process should be performed before a regularly scheduled engine oil service which allows the vehicle to be checked over and filled with clean oil after the Revive treatment is complete.

ALWAYS starting with a cold engine, unclip the intake trunking after the air filter and MAF sensor. This should be able to completed in just a few minutes.

For automotive engines UNDER 5.0 liters of displacement:

Spray Revive in 3 doses of 250ml each into the intake,

  • Stage 1: Inject 250ml of Revive with the engine running at 2200 RPM
  • Stage 2: Inject 250ml of Revive with the engine running at 1800 RPM
  • Stop the engine and wait for 15 minutes
  • Stage 3: Re-start the engine and inject 250ml of Revive with the engine running at 2000 RPM.

Keep the engine running for a few more minutes until the Revive is worked out of the system.

Take the vehicle for a brisk drive of about 20 minutes, this allows Revive to do its work.

For automotive engines OVER 5.0 liters of displacement:

For automotive turbo diesel engines that are over 5.0 ltrs of displacement, the process is the same as for engines under 5.0 liters of displacement, however you must CALCULATE your Revive introduction RPM settings based on your vehicle’s specific manufacturers suggested maximum RPM (or redline).

The calculation and process is as follows:

  • Stage 1: Inject 250ml of Revive at 0.45 x manufacturers based engine maximum RPM / Redline (eg: GMC Duramax 3000 RPM x 0.45 = 1350 RPM)
  • Stage 2: inject 250ml of Revive at 0.30 x manufacturers based engine maximum RPM /Redline (eg: GMC Duramax 3000 RPM x 0.30 = 1000 RPM)
  • Stop the engine and wait for 15 minutes.
  • Stage 3: Inject 250ml of Revive at 0.40 x manufacturers based engine maximum RPM /Redline (eg: GMC Duramax 3000 RPM x 0.40 = 1200 RPM)

Keep the engine running for a few more minutes until the Revive is worked out of the system.

Take the vehicle for a brisk drive of about 20 minutes, this allows the Revive to do its work.

IMPORTANT: The RPM’s listed are ONLY EXAMPLES and are based specifically on a GMC Duramax with a Redline of 3000 RPM. You must calculate the RPM’s for the vehicle being worked on.

For H.D. & Industrial engines OVER 7.0 liters of displacement:

For heavy duty & industrial turbo diesel engines that are over 7.0 liters of displacement, the process is the same as for automotive turbo diesel engines over 5.0 liters of displacement, however you inject 500ml of Revive per stage, rather than the 250ml for smaller automotive engines. Note: You will require 2 bottles (1.5 liters) of Revive to complete this treatment.

The calculation and process is as follows:

  • Stage 1: Inject 500ml of Revive at 0.45 x manufacturers based engine maximum RPM / Redline (eg: Engine 3000 RPM x 0.45 = 1350 RPM)
  • Stage 2: inject 500ml of Revive at 0.30 x manufacturers based engine maximum RPM /Redline (eg: Engine 3000 RPM x 0.30 = 1000 RPM)
  • Stop the engine and wait for 15 minutes.
  • Stage 3: Inject 500ml of Revive at 0.40 x manufacturers based engine maximum RPM /Redline (eg: Engine 3000 RPM x 0.40 = 1200 RPM)

IMPORTANT: The RPM’s listed are ONLY EXAMPLES and are based specifically on an Engine with a Redline of 3000 RPM. You must calculate the RPM’s for the vehicle being worked on.