One Shot 2

A very powerful and fast acting cleaner for the air induction side of fuel injection systems and carburettors<softdash/>Toluene free.

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Features & Benefits

  • High pressure spray - Blasts off dissolved varnish, gum & grease
  • Fast drying - Leaves no oily film
  • Safe on catalytic converters & oxygen sensors - No comebacks
  • Suitable for all petrol engines - Reduces inventory
  • Frees carburettor valves, linkages, thermostat coil, choke pistons, automatic choke coils - Engine runs smoothly & efficiently


500 ml Transparent 84835 SDS TDS


Originally sold as a carburettor cleaner, however with the advancement of fuel injection on vehicles, KENT One Shot 2 has found a new niche as perhaps the best cleaner for the air induction side of engine management systems in the market. It is a very powerful cleaner that is extremely efficient at removing residue from throttle bodies, PCV valves and other injection components. Vehicles are able to run on KENT One Shot 2, so the product can be safely sprayed into these areas whilst the vehicle is running, therefore flushing all contaminants through the exhaust system. With customers specialising in older vehicles, KENT One Shot 2 is a 1st class carburettor cleaner.


Injection systems:
1. Remove no-load valve and rinse with KENT One Shot 2.
2. With engine warm and running, disconnect air intake as close to injection system as possible. Spray One Shot 2 into intake pipe for 5 - 10 seconds.
3. Repeat if necessary, reconnect air intake.
Carburettor systems:
1. With engine warm, remove air cleaner and spray into carburettor throat to free choke valve.
2. Block off and disconnect fuel supply and allow float chamber to run dry.
3. Fill float chamber with KENT One Shot 2 and allow to soak for 5 - 10 minutes.
4. Start engine and run at various revs to clean system, replenish float chamber with KENT One Shot 2 for one minute then run until empty.
5. Reconnect fuel lines and spray all other linkages and control valves on the carburettor.
WARNING: Beware splash-back into eyes. Do not spray onto exposed painted surfaces.