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Old 12-13-2012, 09:30 PM
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Hot Shots Secrets Oil and Fuel Additives it works

I've been having some rough starts/ excelleration till the temps get up to 120almost like its misfiring kinda? So I was reading about the Injectors having oil pressure issues ect, So I found the Hot Shot Secrets oil / fuel products and after alittle research found out that International actually looked to them to help resolve there injector issues due to buildup from oil. So to get to the good part....

I have 135k on my 6.0 and have already replaced one injector (#5) at 128K and after that it ran perfect till now. So I added the oil and fuel treatments per instructions and with in 80 miles I have noticed a huge difference in starting and excelleration when temps are well below 120 like at 91degrees alot less of the misfire/hesitation feeling. I have read that many others reported notices around 100 miles and up also. I hope the improvements continue to get better. I would say if your having issues that seem like they may be injector related try Hot Shots products 60.00 bucks versus 1500.00 or more for injectors well worth the 60.00 bucks to try.

Let me know if any of you have had any similiar luck or difference of opinion on this or similiar products.
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Old 12-13-2012, 11:04 PM
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I've used it and it helped for about 1000 miles. Then it was all back and it also caused a hpo leak in my truck and caused a no start (I don't think it actually CAUSED the leak, but rather made the leak worse causing the no start condition).
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Do you recall the location of the leak? So do you believe that it thins the oil maybe?
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Old 12-14-2012, 12:04 AM
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Either thins the oil or cleans all of the sludge lol take your pick. I ended up replacing everything in my hpo system minus the icp sensor, hpo rails and the branch tubes. Everything else was leaking and needed replaced.
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