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Old 02-08-2018, 06:05 AM   #411
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I'm surprised- I didn't think you believed in vodoo?

Does it work- or is it like a "treat" for your motor?

Remember STP ???

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Using additives in Diesel engines isn't voodoo.
This isn't like stuff from an infomercial, like "prolong".



I've put this stuff into four old used buses and it definitely makes a difference. Sandi's bus was especially happy to have it.

The cetane booster is definitely not voodoo either. You can feel the difference.
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Old 02-08-2018, 06:59 AM   #412
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EC I put a whole bottle with fresh oil in my 444E, is that how you did Sandi bus?
I’m assuming I run a full oil change interval or should I change it sooner the first time?
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Old 02-08-2018, 07:07 AM   #413
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EC I put a whole bottle with fresh oil in my 444E, is that how you did Sandi bus?
Im assuming I run a full oil change interval or should I change it sooner the first time?
Christopher
Hers got a whole bottle, yes.
run it for the whole interval. from their website-
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Old 02-08-2018, 08:08 AM   #414
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as for VooDoo.. I drive at night alot and listen to the 700WLW radio trucker network at night. and actual drivers call in and more than a few have said they like this stuff. so I figured i'd try it. I havent heard anyone say it hurt their engine so figured its OK to use.

biggest issue I have with my 444E is getting the oil filter to not leak a little without tightening it up real tight.. seems the 3/4. after contact doesnt work with this engine...

I have been using Diesel Kleen on both busses for awhile.. I do a 1/2 bottle(16 oz dose) every other tank full of diesel..

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Old 02-08-2018, 08:15 AM   #415
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as for VooDoo.. I drive at night alot and listen to the 700WLW radio trucker network at night. and actual drivers call in and more than a few have said they like this stuff. so I figured i'd try it. I havent heard anyone say it hurt their engine so figured its OK to use.

biggest issue I have with my 444E is getting the oil filter to not leak a little without tightening it up real tight.. seems the 3/4. after contact doesnt work with this engine...

I have been using Diesel Kleen on both busses for awhile.. I do a 1/2 bottle(16 oz dose) every other tank full of diesel..

-Christopher
Sandi's bus sure sounded a little smoother to me. Any noticeable affects from the stuff yet?
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Old 02-08-2018, 08:22 AM   #416
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I havent driven it enough yet, I did the oil change and ran it long enough to reach 180 temp and then had to get to a meeting so i put it away.. then we had a snowstorm.. it will be out later today so i can load it up for a trip south
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