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#1
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#2
Does this stuff actually work? Its a good deal for 2 quid
#3
i think it does work, but there are better things out there. will find out and let you know.
#4
and so the debate begins.

as for me...I am sceptical...

...although lots of forums give good reviews and for 2 quid you can't really go wrong. I've voted hot as it's an excellent price for this product. Good find OP!

Edited By: Foxy102 on Dec 22, 2010 17:09: additional info
#5
thanks , we use it in the four stroke garden equipment
#6
hot from me..

always need it in my my peugeout cus of the particulate filter..
#7
Which gave the humbs down to all these petrol additives
#8
I use it a petrol fiat and beleive it improves mpg.

Some will disagree.
2 Likes #9
worthinger
I use it a petrol fiat and beleive it improves mpg.Some will disagree.
With a FIAT anything would seem to help
#10
if your car is serviced well and done right you should have no need for this crap!
#11
This stuff is more likely to damage your engine than improve its efficiency.

COLD !
1 Like #12
whelpin
worthinger
I use it a petrol fiat and beleive it improves mpg.Some will disagree.
With a FIAT anything would seem to help

putting a loaf of bread in a fiat doubles its value, assuming it doesnt fall apart
#13
i used this years ago and it made no difference whatsoever, if you go to supermarkets to fill up with fuel then you may need it as they dont have as many additives im told, whereas the fuel brands do, eg shell, bp, etc
#14
Saw a test on 4 different products like this, 2 top brands and 2 cheap ones, and the all gave the engine 7-10% less power. I would never put this stuff in my engine.
banned#15
doesnt work, never has. total con
#16
works great for me.
#17
m00nie
works great for me.



How do you know that?
1 Like #18
VikingGodThor
m00nie
works great for me.



How do you know that?


He drinks it.
#19
Many motorbikes don't do more than a couple of 1000 miles a year and the carbs (if the bike is a few years old) tend to gum up with old fuel deposits which mucks up the power giving flat spots etc. A lot of guys run this through every couple of tanks in the hope that they will avoid having to pull out the carbs and clean them which is either a major expense or a major ball ache depending on your point of view and mechanical expertise.
#20
only thing this stuff makes is tons of smoke

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Edited By: money-talks on Dec 27, 2010 17:55
#21
VikingGodThor
Saw a test on 4 different products like this, 2 top brands and 2 cheap ones, and the all gave the engine 7-10% less power. I would never put this stuff in my engine.

these aren't octane boosters, and aren't going to give more power. If you think about it, pushing through something that is bringing all the crap along with it is going to reduce the power while it's in the system. It's the long term running that you need to look at. There are certain circumstances where these provide benefit (cars that are run infrequently and generally short journeys) but most people look on these as something to put in frequently and get some amazing boost.
#22
What is the dosage? Supermarkets get stuff watered down for offers, ala covent garden soup, screenwash or Demonshine.
#23
I had to re-ring a single cylinder honda motorcyle after using this.

Personally I wouldn't use it.
#24
This stuff was known as U.C.L. upper cylinder lubricant,The engines of 40 years ago benefited from having fuel dosed ,Engines and lubrication systems are much improved nowadays so there is less need for this product.
#25
works for me.
#26
at 2 quid,you can't go wrong with it!
#27
Picked up two tubes for my diesel yesterday at my local asda :)

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