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Old 11-15-2010, 09:12 PM   #1
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Star brite startron fuel enzymes

Howdy,
Has anybody besides WoodyDel used the Star Brite Star Tron
Enzyme fuel treatment for ethanol problems?? He sez it is the ONLY thing that works well!!! I've read all of the ads(hype) pro
& con and keep hoping I don't blow my $$$ on some MLM scam.
I've lost enuff $$$ on those thru the years..
I'm an old, confused crippled man who has a bad problem..
That stuff is EXPENSIVE!!!
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I've read all of the ads(hype) pro
& con and keep hoping I don't blow my $$$ on some MLM scam.
I've lost enuff $$$ on those thru the years..
Its time to stop reading...
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I can't speak for that product but back in the 70s gas scare I tried some TMT (teflon motor treatment) that was suppose to do all kinds of good things. The only good thing it did was lighten up my wallet so it wasn't so hard to carry. Some of the folks in town tried the "cow magnent on the fuel line to rearrange fuel cells for better combustion" routine. All that did was increase the weight of the vehicle. I wouldn't waste the money on that kind of mpg fix. A better fix is to drive easier JMHO
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Poptop is right - ease off on the long pedal, keep it between 60 & 65, and you should see results. PS; does this star brite stuff have any guarantee?? There's a question to ask!!!
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star brite

i would be interested in knowing your exact problem with your ethanol....phase separation, water, poor performance. being an active member of the boating community, ethanol is a much discussed subject...not so much in the over-road community.
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This may help E10 Ethanol: Recommended engine precautions

and this list Is your gas additive safe with E10 fuel?
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Howdy y'all,
Do you know the difference in a 'fairy tale' and a Texas 'tall tale'?? A 'fairy tale' starts off "Once upon a time..." and a T-t-t begins "Now y'all ain't gonna believe this....".. Well , now y'all ain't gonna believe this!!! AFTER ALL OF MY WORRYING ABOUT THE BAD GASOLINE IN MY RIG, today we tried to siphon the 'bad' gas out and the hose to the pump wouldn't go into the tank!!! I got mad and told Joyce to 'just crank it up!' THATZ WHAT SHEZ BEEN WANTING TO DO ALL OF THE TIME. She turned the key and IT STARTED
LIKE IT WAS DRIVEN YESTERDAY!!!!!!!!! I cried... We drove it down to the front gate and back several times(1/4 mile)...
THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO ADVISED AND WORRIED WITH ME!!!!!!!
WE'LL SEE YOU @ BRAUNIG LAKE in December....
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