REDEX Petrol Octane Booster 500ml @ Asda instore - 50p
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REDEX Petrol Octane Booster 500ml @ Asda instore - 50p

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Found 21st Feb
Found in Asda Southampton Central.




Redex Octane Booster 0-60 Petrol 500ml


Adding Redex Octane Booster 0-60 Petrol 500ml to your tank ensures that you know your car has all the additives it needs to maximise performance and improve power.




Redex Octane Booster 0-60 Petrol 500ml Extra Info


  • Improves power and performance


  • Boosts combustion


  • Treats 1 full tank


  • Regular use


  • Suitable for all petrol engines2898087.jpg
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I popped 6 mentos in my fuel. I got extra BHP for a good while.
Sambat2 m ago

According to tests done by 5th Gear mag, yes.

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Any cetane booster on offer?
And anyone know if this is national?
I popped 6 mentos in my fuel. I got extra BHP for a good while.
This stuff doesn’t actually work does it?
lucas21 m ago

This stuff doesn’t actually work does it?


According to tests done by 5th Gear mag, yes.
Sambat2 m ago

According to tests done by 5th Gear mag, yes.

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This is basically Vpower Fuel it’s not over 99 Octane... it’s not race fuel
Anyone seen this anywhere else.
Complete garbage, waste of 50p
Edited by: "Buckyball" 22nd Feb
That's a pound a litre. Bargain.
Snake oil
The premium petrols all have a octane enhancer which definitely helps , I can certainly tell when I'm using it.

Same for premium diesel in particular the BP one. I could tell the difference In every diesel I owned.
Not national,
Sambat12 h, 12 m ago

According to tests done by 5th Gear mag, yes.


No!!!

The Fifth Gear report is about the system cleaner, not the octane booster.


Most manufacturers recommend 95 RON petrol for most cars (exceptions being high performance models like Golf R32).
Regular petrol is 95 RON.

The only thing this makes go faster is the money leaving your pocket.
lucas15 h, 48 m ago

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You have actually made my day with this picture.
Can you run a whole tank of this, cheaper than petrol?
We used to use it on our Nissan 370ZGT. It is optimised to run on 98RON fuel. The highest RON rating available here in NI is 97RON, so we added it to up the rating.

Adding it to your average 1.0 fiesta will make no difference at all.
Edited by: "pgilc1" 22nd Feb
polarbaba19 h, 3 m ago

The premium petrols all have a octane enhancer which definitely helps , I …The premium petrols all have a octane enhancer which definitely helps , I can certainly tell when I'm using it.Same for premium diesel in particular the BP one. I could tell the difference In every diesel I owned.


Premium diesel does not having a higher Cetane rating. Its predominantly cleaning agents in it.
pgilc14 h, 37 m ago

Premium diesel does not having a higher Cetane rating. Its predominantly …Premium diesel does not having a higher Cetane rating. Its predominantly cleaning agents in it.


Some years ago when it was introduced, they released some pamphlets which had stated it. Whether that's the case currently is something I cannot say.

Today I filled up with the shell premium diesel which isn't as good as the BP premium, but better than the regular diesel I got from costco, which is better than most supermarket diesels.
polarbaba14 h, 16 m ago

Some years ago when it was introduced, they released some pamphlets which …Some years ago when it was introduced, they released some pamphlets which had stated it. Whether that's the case currently is something I cannot say.Today I filled up with the shell premium diesel which isn't as good as the BP premium, but better than the regular diesel I got from costco, which is better than most supermarket diesels.


"better than" is just the detergents and cleaning agents. I used Millers diesel additive when i had a diesel. Consistent additives, and works out at about 2p per litre, so an awful lot cheaper than buying "premium" diesel.

Nothing wrong with supermarket diesel. It all comes from the same refinery, just different brands put different addititves in
pgilc11 h, 16 m ago

"better than" is just the detergents and cleaning agents. I used Millers …"better than" is just the detergents and cleaning agents. I used Millers diesel additive when i had a diesel. Consistent additives, and works out at about 2p per litre, so an awful lot cheaper than buying "premium" diesel.Nothing wrong with supermarket diesel. It all comes from the same refinery, just different brands put different addititves in


Cheers for that, will look into Millers.
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