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Old 17th September 2021, 01:45   #11
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If you are going to add anything into your diesel then drop a bottle of this in your tank twice a year, spring & early winter.

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Is it any good straight to filter? Iíll be changing mine next month.


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Forget that, I just read the description!


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I have been using Redex for years, every other tank full.Keep saying to myself, yes I know��, that I will leave it off for a couple of tank fulls but don’t, so I can see if the difference is a mirage or not. Got the Connie SE V6 now, but still put Redex in every other tank full, and that means twice as often, oh the money is disappearing faster to.
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Old 17th September 2021, 17:49   #15
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Forget the additives and use BP Ultimate Diesel or what ever version is available near you.

I have a 11 year old Ford Transit that I have had from new, last year I had to remove the inlet manifold to replace a pressure regulator on the pump. I was told while it was off it would be a good idea to clean out the inlet manifold as it would be full of crud from the EGR. To my surprise it was it was clean.

My van has run from new on BP Ultimate or what ever I can get, yes I know these fuels are dearer but if you are buying additives the cost of these is probably about the same if you use them all the time.
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I usually fill up with Shell V-Power + add Millers Ecomax. The car always feels totally different compared with ordinary diesel on its own.
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Forget the additives and use BP Ultimate Diesel or what ever version is available near you.

I have a 11 year old Ford Transit that I have had from new, last year I had to remove the inlet manifold to replace a pressure regulator on the pump. I was told while it was off it would be a good idea to clean out the inlet manifold as it would be full of crud from the EGR. To my surprise it was it was clean.

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or what ever I can get, yes I know these fuels are dearer but if you are buying additives the cost of these is probably about the same if you use them all the time.
The above is what i run my FL2 on, but the NUK gets the cheap diesel
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