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FT-10 Fuel Treatment

Hi everyone this is my first post as I'm a noob to the Diesel World.

I was just wondering if it was safe to use Muscle products FT-10 fuel additive in my PS 6.0, as I have been using it for years in my other cars.

Just wondering if anyone has had any good or bad experiences with this product.
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Hi everyone this is my first post as I'm a noob to the Diesel World.

I was just wondering if it was safe to use Muscle products FT-10 fuel additive in my PS 6.0, as I have been using it for years in my other cars.

Just wondering if anyone has had any good or bad experiences with this product.

What is it that you would want the product to accomplish? Are you looking for a "fix" or preventative measure?

The following link will take you to Rev-X. It is the product many 6.0 owners have used to combat and treat injector stickage....
I do not own a 6 leaker, but many who do have reported great things with this--->

REV-X Oil Additive | Diesel Fuel Additive | High Performance Oil

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PowerService is a good additive. Motorcraft also.


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The following link will take you to Rev-X. It is the product many 6.0 owners have used to combat and treat injector stickage....
I do not own a 6 leaker, but many who do have reported great things with this--->

REV-X Oil Additive | Diesel Fuel Additive | High Performance Oil
Holy crap $65 per oil change just for an additive?

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What is it that you would want the product to accomplish? Are you looking for a "fix" or preventative measure?

The following link will take you to Rev-X. It is the product many 6.0 owners have used to combat and treat injector stickage....
I do not own a 6 leaker, but many who do have reported great things with this--->

REV-X Oil Additive | Diesel Fuel Additive | High Performance Oil
I want to use it for preventative measures.
I actually called the manufacturer and they said it will be completely safe to use in the 6.0 because there is nothing in it, that can be0 harmful to an engine. And in all there years of business they have never had anyone claim that there product cause engine failure.

Ok long story short, I put it in and my throttle response is way better and it starts and runs smoother, my mileage went down, but i think its cause, I couldn't help putting my foot into it more than usual today.
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