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Old 04-24-2012, 10:12 PM   #43
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Originally Posted by wa8yxm View Post
With the govermaurnent mandated demand for MORE MORE MORE MPG's

One wonders why the factory does not put in these "Miricle MPG improving" additivies.

I mean if I could eeek out a couple of extra MPG by dumping in a bottole of Uncle Joe's Snake Oil, as an auto company executive under federal mandate to increase MPG.. Why not?
x2....it seems the only folks that claim gains are the folks who push the stuff and the folks who purchase and say they get improvements so they can justify the added expense to themselves.

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Old 04-26-2012, 05:23 AM   #44
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Originally Posted by Wolfpack Fan View Post
You know the ones. Slick 50, PTFE infused this and that, Z Max. All snake oil to me but I thought I would ask folks if they use them and if they've seen any real measurable results from them. Me personally, nothing but good motor oil, usually synthetic for the toys at the manufacturers recommended weight.

I do however use a little additive in the fuel. Marvel Mystery Oil. Helps clean the injectors and generator carberator. This stuff actually works. When we got our motorhome a little over a year ago, it had sat for some time after being repo'd. The generator missed and skipped. I found out Onan carberators were very sensitive to varnish deposit's if they sat to long. The MMO caused it to run really erraticate at first, but after a few hours it smoothed out and runs like a champ to this day.
It's ALL Snake Oil,.... 'cept those we put our faith in...

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Old 04-26-2012, 05:30 AM   #45
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It's ALL Snake Oil,.... 'cept those we put our faith in...
Yeah, I'm kind of thinking that too now. I was visiting a customer and long time friend yesterday who's a maintenance director for an aviation company. He's been working on aircraft for over 40 years and he said all they use in the planes is just good synthetic oil.

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