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Old 02-04-2011, 02:12 PM
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thought about gettin some zmax today but so much for that idea. Guess Ill just stick with what I have always done. Just go get about a gallon of 110 out the garage and run it. Its easier to do that when theres 2 55 gal drum sittin there. Besides drag season dont start til May for me.
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Just about every car I've tried Shell gas in pinged like a mother. Stunk like sulphur too.
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Very interesting thread. I didn't know the fuel additives could be bad for the engine.

I wasn't to surprised to see that people are not big fans of QS or Pennzoil. The one thing I heard that I found humorous about it is that the only people who like it have been lucky.

As for the tire sealant I knew it wasn't really good for tires. I didn't know that it could cause respiratory issues. The only thing I knew is that it would make it hard to repair flats if you as it wouldn't allow the patch to stick properly.
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Originally Posted by chithead View Post
Mobil 1 Synthetic in the R/T.
Thats all I will use in my SRT 10

Never used an additive..I do believe that as long as one keeps up with scheduled preventive maintaince they should be go to go over the long run....I owned 2 RTs in the past and put over 100,000 miles of both and never a problem with the proper PM
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well call me lucky the only synthetic oil that goes on sale aroung here is QS and penzoil platnum, goes in both my vehicles im thinking hard as i can been driving since 1986 cant remember using anything else no engine failures yet... knock on wood.but fuel pumps/waterpumps/tie rod ends /brakes/clutch fans/tires/wheel cylinders/altenaters and so on, but i do think u should change fluids regularly
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Rain-X is made for Plexaglass is why it works so well on windscreens and helmets shields. I used it all the time on my G-wing and helmet way back when. Unless they changed the formula (yeah-right) what they sell for glass just screws it up and causes water spotting, and dirt to stick.

This is absolutely not true anymore. While I love rainX on glass, it has a warning right on the bottle not to use it on plastic. A friend of mine used to be a parts manager for a harley dealership and was telling me horror stories about guys that put it on their wind screens or shields on their helmets ... and then got to guy new ones due to all the etching.

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