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post #1 of 30 Old 03-18-2009, 09:58 AM Thread Starter
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I love Diesel Kleen. Used to run mistery oil but changed over. Starts so much quieter and idles much smoother. What do you guys think. Ive heard of running ashless two stroke but think thats kinda hokey?

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Yeah, its good stuff thats all I have ever put in my truck.

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I use diesel kleen too. I have been switching back and forth with it and 2 stroke to see if one does better than the other with mpg. they are both close. I think I might get 1 or 2 mpg better with the 2 stroke, but It hasnt been consistent enough driving to say yet. I do think I have a little better performance/response with the diesel kleen, but I might be imagining it.

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well i just feel like 2 stroke oil would cause other issues. like glazing of cylinder walls and such?

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USE IT EVERYDAY, AND NEVER ANY PROBLEMS. WOULDNT USE ANYTHING ELSE

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Grey bottle here too!!

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I run nothing but diesel kleen in my rig, white bottle in good weather, grey in cold. Honestly seems to have better throttle response, less noisy, and better mpg. I definitely know when I skip it on a fill up.

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I run nothing but diesel kleen in my rig, white bottle in good weather, grey in cold. Honestly seems to have better throttle response, less noisy, and better mpg. I definitely know when I skip it on a fill up.
I thought it was the other way around. white in cold, grey in warm? lol. either way i totallly notice a diff when starting in the morning. starts up smooth right away.

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