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Old 07-07-2008, 04:06 PM
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Water Wetter or Diesel Water Wetter

Does anyone have any history with this product in thier powerstroke. I have used it in several gas cars and trucks but this is my 2nd 7.3 and i was just wondering if this product is recommended by the forum tech guru's
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I'm unfamiliar with this brand.......try looking up Snow Performance-they make diesel specific products
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the diesel water wetter is great....I've run all of redlines stuff in many different vehicles...I like royal purple Ice too
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Does anyone have any history with this product in thier powerstroke. I have used it in several gas cars and trucks but this is my 2nd 7.3 and i was just wondering if this product is recommended by the forum tech guru's
You really dont want to cool our colant anymore then it is, the factory put too cold a T-stat in to begin with...

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I'm unfamiliar with this brand.......try looking up Snow Performance-they make diesel specific products

I dont think he is refering to water injection but if he is... RUN AWAY from Snows overpriced CRAP...


Water Injection, Methanol Injection, Alcohol Injection Systems | Coolingmist ....
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Old 07-07-2008, 06:06 PM
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I think that water wetter is the same as the coolant additive we already use (SCA).
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You really dont want to cool our colant anymore then it is, the factory put too cold a T-stat in to begin with...




I dont think he is refering to water injection but if he is... RUN AWAY from Snows overpriced CRAP...


Water Injection, Methanol Injection, Alcohol Injection Systems | Coolingmist ....
Wow I feel really dumb now
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yes go with cooling mist. thats the one i;m going with
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