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REDEX Petrol and Diesel cleaner 3 pack £3 in Tesco Great Yarmouth
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REDEX Petrol and Diesel cleaner 3 pack £3 in Tesco Great Yarmouth

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Posted 27th FebAvailable: East Midlands

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Harmful deposits build up on the carburettor and in the fuel system which can reduce the vehicle’s performance.Today’s generation of car engines may be more powerful and efficient than ever before, but they still need constant care and attention if they are to maintain their peak performance levels. Basically, to get the best out of your engine, you need to put the best in it. And there is no better choice than the world famous Redex range of specialist fuel additives.

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Used to use this in the 60's, tip it straight in the carburetor then rev the engine and the street used to disappear in a cloud of smoke, job done.
55derek27/02/2020 10:52

Used to use this in the 60's, tip it straight in the carburetor then rev …Used to use this in the 60's, tip it straight in the carburetor then rev the engine and the street used to disappear in a cloud of smoke, job done.


I did the same thing with an old volvo 320 with twin webber carbs. Took a good few minutes for the black fog to clear the street.
Thanks, Op! Good first post. Excellent price at £1 per bottle. (Does 2 tanks per bottle.)
I deffinitely see a difference when using this stuff, as I do the same route throughout the year. Same time of day, same traffic, and get 49 mpg with this additive, and 43 mpg without it.
In 99% use-cases this stuff is pointless. Still, if you actually need it (older carb engines which require cleaning) then this is a good deal!
Snake oil in 2020; this isn’t the 1970s when this stuff was still relevant
Zegna27/02/2020 20:19

Snake oil in 2020; this isn’t the 1970s when this stuff was still relevant


I think that is why its a quid!
Better to take the sparks out - squirt some wd40 into the head and leave overnight!
Can't believe they're still selling this stuff as modern fuels have additives already. OK for classic carbs - is great Yarmouth tesco car park full of MG's and spitfires?
jsd7428/02/2020 08:43

Can't believe they're still selling this stuff as modern fuels have …Can't believe they're still selling this stuff as modern fuels have additives already. OK for classic carbs - is great Yarmouth tesco car park full of MG's and spitfires?


If you always buy cheap supermarket fuel then after a while you should use an additive now and again to clean the injectors ect as it's only the expensive fuels that have the additives in them.

The average Joe doesn't realise that the more expensive fuels give more mpg as the fuel with its additives is of superior quality and you literally get more 💥bang for your buck!

Try the additive or the expensive fuels and you will be surprised as to how much more responsive the engine is and an extra 2 or 3 mpg on average ( so it sort of pays for itself ).
Jonathan_Hayman29/02/2020 07:59

If you always buy cheap supermarket fuel then after a while you should use …If you always buy cheap supermarket fuel then after a while you should use an additive now and again to clean the injectors ect as it's only the expensive fuels that have the additives in them. The average Joe doesn't realise that the more expensive fuels give more mpg as the fuel with its additives is of superior quality and you literally get more 💥bang for your buck! Try the additive or the expensive fuels and you will be surprised as to how much more responsive the engine is and an extra 2 or 3 mpg on average ( so it sort of pays for itself ).


The fuel octane number (e.g. 95 normal and 98 for super) refers to the kj energy stored per unit of juice - this determines the size of the 'bang'. Other additives are mostly lead replacements for friction protection and detergents hence don't give you more energy alone but just better protection. Subaru recommended only shell super for its Impreza model but that was only for superior additives, 98 supermarket juice will give same power output. All juice in your area comes from same refinery, only difference is the jug of additives that the tanker driver adds before going to the respective juice station
jsd7429/02/2020 10:18

The fuel octane number (e.g. 95 normal and 98 for super) refers to the kj …The fuel octane number (e.g. 95 normal and 98 for super) refers to the kj energy stored per unit of juice - this determines the size of the 'bang'. Other additives are mostly lead replacements for friction protection and detergents hence don't give you more energy alone but just better protection. Subaru recommended only shell super for its Impreza model but that was only for superior additives, 98 supermarket juice will give same power output. All juice in your area comes from same refinery, only difference is the jug of additives that the tanker driver adds before going to the respective juice station


Totally agree with you and that's why if you don't usually buy the expensive fuels then the additive in you tank now and again will help it by cleaning and making it work more efficiently ( so more bang for your buck ) on average I get a couple more miles per gallon and way more responsive as well.
Jonathan_Hayman29/02/2020 11:19

Totally agree with you and that's why if you don't usually buy the …Totally agree with you and that's why if you don't usually buy the expensive fuels then the additive in you tank now and again will help it by cleaning and making it work more efficiently ( so more bang for your buck ) on average I get a couple more miles per gallon and way more responsive as well.


Or just buy gun cleaner fluid (old motor mechanics trick) ten times more effective - you'll need to change your fuel filter afterwards.
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