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Old 02-14-2016, 08:30 PM
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Was looking through eBay for rev x deals and saw this stuff call copperheads stiction fix. Claims that it is the same as rev x. They have 100% customer feedback and they sell lots of different diesel performance parts. It's half the price. Was wondering if anyone else had heard of it or had tried it?
 
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Old 02-15-2016, 02:37 PM
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Rev X is a band-aid. Just get the injectors done and go back to no worries.
 
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Old 02-21-2016, 05:41 PM
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Not gonna spend 2400 dollars on injectors when the only time they act up is before truck warms up. I've ran rev x and archoil and they both worked for me. One treatment actually works for about a year for me and that's even with oil changes in between. Just not into being the first on trying new products. Especially on my 6.0. If it was my 300000 mile Honda then yeah I would go for it.
 
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I see this was 2 years ago almost. I just came across the stuff myself. Does anyone have feedback yet?
 
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David Lane, best thing to do is run a high quality oil and eliminate the need for those products all together. I run Schaeffer's 722 Synshield in my truck with 347,500 mi on it. No problems. No blow-by. No major maintenance. Higher MPG. Clean engine.
 
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