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Which fuel additive to use at 30k?

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Arrow Which fuel additive to use at 30k?

I'm holding off doing the carbon-flush with SeaFoam until around 50k. I bought my car used, but it seemed to be well maintained.

I used to use fuel injector cleaners in my old integra, and they worked well.

What drop-in fuel treatments do you guys like?
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i'd like to know too. mines at 35000kms time for some fuel cleaner
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My dealership sells Redline stuff right off the counter.. and I heard Chevron Techron FI cleaner is another good one.
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http://www.lubecontrol.com/fuel.htm

Everything else is just a waste of money.
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what about the BG 44k that works good too.
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use AMSOIL P.I. ...does wonders
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Originally Posted by TurboDieselDrew
http://www.lubecontrol.com/fuel.htm

Everything else is just a waste of money.
Is that stuff safe? Web site says it leaves oil in your exhaust chamber.
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It is the best fuel additive for any vehicle.
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used injectors are like $50. i run premium. i've never had any luck with those things so i won't use them again.
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Originally Posted by doubledeuce2k2
used injectors are like $50. i run premium. i've never had any luck with those things so i won't use them again.
we're talking about for the whole fuel line. stuff that would clean carbon deposits too. injectors aren't the only thing involved.
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Originally Posted by doubledeuce2k2
used injectors are like $50. i run premium. i've never had any luck with those things so i won't use them again.
There was just a thread about this. Unless your car requires it, you are doing more harm than good by running premium.
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i didnt think that any fuel additives were good to add??
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they aren't, what are you doing to your car to make it need additives? unless you're surprised that your car has made it as far as it has, additives won't do squat, its just a sugar pill. I refuse to put any of that garbage in my car.
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some addatives are better than others. and everyone (even those who use premium) can benefit from using a cleaner addative into your fuel every so often.

and no, don't use premium unless your car requires it. it does more harm than good. SOME premium gas (like chevron) puts a bit more addatives in to help keep the system a bit more clean, but it's not worth it, as putting premium in a car that doesn't require it is counter-productive to the cleaning agents.

anyways, here's a bunch of info for you too.

http://forums.s2ki.com/forums/index....owtopic=171397
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Originally Posted by S2000man01
some addatives are better than others. and everyone (even those who use premium) can benefit from using a cleaner addative into your fuel every so often.

and no, don't use premium unless your car requires it. it does more harm than good. SOME premium gas (like chevron) puts a bit more addatives in to help keep the system a bit more clean, but it's not worth it, as putting premium in a car that doesn't require it is counter-productive to the cleaning agents.

anyways, here's a bunch of info for you too.

http://forums.s2ki.com/forums/index....owtopic=171397
nice read thanks for the link
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