i have read alot on the 2-cycle stuff on mopar mans website. i have been useing it in the 97 and 89 and notice it feels smoother through the rpm's and mileage increased a little. my motor running smooth was on the very first tank!
I go up to canada hunting in the winter and i talk to guess up there and the diesel up there comes with anti-gel im not sure if it does where ur goin though. Dont have much problem with it in arkansas!
Hey guys, I gotta ressurect this old thread...
I was advised by the Chevy dealer guys NOT to use #1 in my D-max...anyone else been told that? Tow truck driver (Yeah I learned a hard lesson) told me he runs up to 50% #1 when the temp dips down to -20F. I started using Howes and haven't had an issue now in 2000mi of -10F to 32F driving. The STP s*** I bought before because I couldn't find any good stuff and that ended up badly...
I use K100D, never gelled, and its gotten pretty dern cold up here. Our high for tomorrow is 5, with a low of -3, and then comes the wind... Howes is good stuff too, but I'd have to drive all the way out to the truck stop to get it.
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