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  • #99004
    brembo
    brembo
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    Morning all.

    Is anybody out there using a Fuel Additive or Cleaner on a regular basis and if so which one would you recommend?? I run my RS on Momentum 99 and always have since new. Any input would be greatly appreciated!!

    Cheers, Marc.



    MY/17, F/White, Forged Black Wheels, Recaro Shell Seats, Diamas SiRamik Glasscoat, H&R 15mm Spacers, Mountune Air Intake/Recirc Valve/SSC/Blue Turbo Hose Kit and Hard Pipe/Uprated Springs/Short Shifter/Rear Motor Mount/Crank Breather Plate, ETS Intercooler, Milltek 100 Cell Cat, Remus Wolf Inside Exhaust, Litchfield Stage 2 map via Cobb Accessport V3.

    #99005
    bobcat
    bobcat
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    No additive add to mine, now had it 2 years plus and running as smooth as a nut on 5 star fuel

    #99007
    r5-yyh
    r5-yyh
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    UK - England

    Posts: 175

    I use Redex on every 5 fill ups after Shell V Power just to clean out any crap.



    R5 YYH

    #99041
    RSDave
    RSDave
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    I use liqui moly injector cleaner every 2-3k miles

    #99045
    ledders747
    ledders747
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    UK - England

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    Do these products help, always been nervous about addivitves

    #99047
    kr1s
    kr1s
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    UK - England

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    They help a lot.

    Psychologically ?

    Bet the cat loves them !

    #99048
    RSDave
    RSDave
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    Yeah I’ve always used liqui moly to help clean the intake. Think it was top gear some years ago put an old car on the rollers then after stuck some injector cleaner in let it do its thing then put it back on the rollers and it gained a lot of its power back

    #113877
    18stealth
    18stealth
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    Does the book say not to use additives?

    #113889
    71-bda
    71-bda
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    for a start, the ‘inlet tract’ does not have anything injected in it, all that goes through it is air and a wee bit of engine blow by oil/fume mix, so if you put anything into the fuel it will only get injected straight into the combustion chamber, its a Direct Injection engine !! if you put any sort of lubricant into the fuel tank, all that will happen is it gets burnt and will possibly add to the carbon build up on the pistons and combustion chamber . If the engine needed anything added to fuel, FORD would have told us ( and they would not build such an engine in the first place !) Octane booster ok maybe if you are running a hot tune and its summer and you cannot be sure your supply of 99 octane pump gas is good!



    No nothing.

    No Mods. No rockers. Just a chunky knob.

    No tackiness.

    Std as Ford intended, but with a space saver wheel and jack and nuts and wheel brace. oh.. and flaps, a man has got to have flaps.

    Innit?

     

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 3 weeks ago by 71-bda 71-bda.
    • This reply was modified 3 months, 3 weeks ago by 71-bda 71-bda.
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