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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-14-2006, 10:17 PM Thread Starter
 
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Anyone use Redline Diesel Fuel Catalyst

I am wondering if this redline stuff really works and if anyone has used it? Just let me know

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Ive used it before.....its about like any other fuel additive I would say. You probably wont notice any difference in power....at least I never have....:shrug:

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so is there any "ups" or "downs" to using it??? I just heard from some people that using additives in diesels can be bad....
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As long as it's made for a diesel, should be no bad effects that I know of.
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I've ran it and could not tell any difference between it and Stanadyne & Power Service :shrug: :shrug:

Just make sure what ever additive you run does not have any alcohol in it.
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