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Old 03-04-2013, 10:54 AM
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When talking fuel additives, one has to consider what you are trying to accomplish, because not all additives do it all. So for example if your goal and/or needs are to clean the injectors and fuel system products like Sea Foam and Techron are great for the job. On the other hand if you drive little or are storing a vehicle where the fuel is likely to turn to varnish, a product like Stabil is the thing to use. To mitigate the effects of ethanol, there are still other products such as Stabil for marine use (green) which will help with the low use storing issue, but also helps protect the fuel system from the harmful effects of ethanol.
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