Redex Petrol Injector Fuel System Cleaner 250ml £2 In Store @ Wilko
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Redex Petrol Injector Fuel System Cleaner 250ml £2 In Store @ Wilko

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Found 13th JanEdited by:"Larrythelimpet"
Suitable for all petrol, injector, turbocharger and intercooled engines including those fitted with a catalytic converter. Treats two full tanks of fuel. Suitable for all petrol injector turbocharger and intercooled engines including those fitted with a catalytic converter. WARNING Harmful. Flammable. Keep out of reach of children. Always read instructions.


Was £4.00

£2.00
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I put this in my 2004 Vectra 1.8 16v Club and it now does 0-60 in 3.7 seconds.
I lost 3 stone using redex.
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craigstephens19 m ago

Back in a minute, getting some pop corn...


Can you cook it using this?
I've heard this can save me loads of fuel.
mogsog3 m ago

I've heard this can save me loads of fuel.


not that great for saving fuel (it's marginal) but makes your fuel injectors unclog so they run efficiently, your motor runs much more smoothly
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craigstephens46 m ago

Back in a minute, getting some pop corn...


.... I'm so on the same page as you! 😃
let's just say that @ £2 it mostly pays for itself in terms of greater fuel efficiency

plus your motor will handle a lot better, like giving it a great oil service
Used it in past for petrol. Never noticed a thing. But wondering if it would be any different on diesel car engine?
ALBO4EVER3 m ago

Used it in past for petrol. Never noticed a thing. But wondering if it …Used it in past for petrol. Never noticed a thing. But wondering if it would be any different on diesel car engine?


it's pretty useless for cars under (say) 5 years old - they will be fine

once you are running an old timer, the difference is really noticeable - we have 4 cars 22, 21, 21 and 8 yrs old so this stuff really bucks them up
Far better to use premium diesel or super unleaded . Costs more to fill up BUT you get it back in more mpg AND your engine runs far better with no loss of power . Just try it , eventually you will come over to the dark side ........
OoEliteoO7 m ago

Far better to use premium diesel or super unleaded . Costs more to fill up …Far better to use premium diesel or super unleaded . Costs more to fill up BUT you get it back in more mpg AND your engine runs far better with no loss of power . Just try it , eventually you will come over to the dark side ........


not sure it's better, just an alternative

I agree that the additives help keep things running smoothly

you can either buy a better fuel or otherwise buy a supermarket fuel + Redex
I put this in my 2004 Vectra 1.8 16v Club and it now does 0-60 in 3.7 seconds.
zx636r5 m ago

I put this in my 2004 Vectra 1.8 16v Club and it now does 0-60 in 3.7 …I put this in my 2004 Vectra 1.8 16v Club and it now does 0-60 in 3.7 seconds.



I put this in my car and I've never seen it since!
bikerboytone1 h, 10 m ago

.... I'm so on the same page as you! 😃



Yup - let the fireworks commence ... pass the popcorn !
i recently put this in my car and the results were unbelievable, i got a promotion at work, my stocks and shares doubled in value, i met an amazing woman that is now my wife, we've bought the house of our dreams and are currently sailing the Carribbean in our recently purchased brand new yacht, all this since I put this redex in my 01 plate mondeo!!!
Dave_dave6921 m ago

I put this in my car and I've never seen it since!



Put this down where the spark plugs go and no-one will see your car again !
Well of course you'll go further on a tankful - you've got an extra 250ml of Redex in it!

Snake oil.
I stick it in the motorbike before laying up for the winter
I also have some magic beans for sale. Any takers?
manbearpig41 m ago

I also have some magic beans for sale. Any takers?



redex buyers = uneducated or simply clueless how a modern engine works
I lost 3 stone using redex.
stealth66610 h, 43 m ago

I stick it in the motorbike before laying up for the winter


This is not fuel stabiliser! Your garden equipment specialist can supply that.
Buy a bottle of Miller's Ecomax and get it done properly...
aberboy0078 h, 58 m ago

redex buyers = uneducated or simply clueless how a modern engine works


If you drove my car you would not say that ( Mondeo Diesel ).
There is no doubt the tickover is quieter and smoother with redex in the fuel when the engine is cold.
To be fair , the slightly better throttle response at low revs is not so noticeable (though i notice it ) and it does not increase MPG by any noticeable amount.
But it definitely makes a difference and a £1 per fill up its worth it.
Besford2 h, 10 m ago

This is not fuel stabiliser! Your garden equipment specialist can supply …This is not fuel stabiliser! Your garden equipment specialist can supply that.



I know it's not... it's a cleaner, stops the jets gumming up whilst stood
Redex helps restore power by cleaning carbon deposits etc. It won't increase power at all, most of that is a placebo. You may restore mpg not increase it. It's important to understand that.

The cars ECU is programmed in such a way as to run optimally in certain conditions, ie it detects 02 levels and increases or reduces injection rates, some cars are very smart and have variable timing and technical stuff like that.

Makes me laugh when people stick big bore exhausts on expecting 20% increase in power. Well the only way you'll get an increase in power is if you have your car remapped to take advantage of the better flow rates etc. Same with air filters, they increase air flow yes but unless your car is mapped to take advantage of that there is little benefit. Your car may detect higher O2 levels and you may benefit slightly but its within the cars default map you would just run at a more optimal level gaining perhaps 1% increase in mpg power etc.

Snake oil not really, it does what it says, but it isn't a miracle cure, it won't make much difference to an already clean injection system. It's like descalling a kettle basically. It could actually cause injection problems, if it loosened some carbon deposit and it got stuck in the nozzle it could actually cause problems.

Best way to keep injection system clean is by using quality fuel, or use a bottle of redex or similar product every so often.
All kidding aside... I do use it in my car.
It's coming up 22 years old and still has a carb! I'm happy to waste a few quid on it once or twice a year.
I drive very rarely and like an old fart... If anyone saw me putting premium petrol in my old car they would keel over laughing!
(I did try premium once or twice...no difference)

I own a skoda Felicia!
The one just before they went fuel injection!

Old skool! (Never goes wrong though!)

Much love all!
bump!

Still going strong, £2 in Wilko this morning - both for petrol & for diesel
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