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Old 10-19-2009, 01:34 PM
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Keeping my Injectors Happy

What fuel addive are you guys using? Is the 2 stroke oil really a good way to go?

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Old 10-19-2009, 02:40 PM
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stanadyne, two stroke oil, diesel kleen. i dunno there have been alot of recent thread discussing this.
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I use diesel kleen.
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Old 10-19-2009, 03:04 PM
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I use Stanadyne.
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lol see case in point several different options
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The BEST thing for your injectors is to keep the fuel pressure above 45 psig.
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^ dont they run at like a couple thousand? or is that oil injecters?
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Two suggestions for happy injectors. First the cheapest is TRY a gallon of 2-stroke. Get the TCW-3 rated version from Wally World at $12 a gallon. Use at 1oz per gallon of fuel.

Second suggestion is run an AirDog. It will get the entrapped air out the fuel, remove the water and filter the fuel. I noticed a difference in noise 30 seconds after I started my motor when I finished my install.
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i know it helped my cummins (2 stroke) unsure about the powerstroke!
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I use Lucas Injector cleaner, just what I believe in.
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