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Old 01-07-2010, 01:16 PM
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RBP 80001HP fuel additive

Anyone out there has any reviews on the rolling big power 80001hp fuel additive? I'm a new user to the site and I'm debating between RBP and opti lube xpd...I have the contents/msds on opti lubexpd but the people at RBP are not giving me any info as to whats in the bottle...I just want compare what in it before I make my decision. I appreciate any feed back. Thanks, lance
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Old 01-08-2010, 05:19 PM
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I ordered a 16 oz bottle from 4wheelparts.com. It came today and I will adding it in to a full tank tomorrow and driving on a 300 mile trip. Not sure about the makeup or the contents inside, but a few people I have talked to love it, especially the high performance blend with 5% cetane. I'll report feedback later.
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Old 01-10-2010, 06:41 PM
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Okay, Thanks...keep me updated.

I'm not trying to be anal about the product, but if its 1 oz to 32 gallons...I want to know whats in it for storage reasons and so I don't mess up my engine down the road. I work for an oil refinery in louisiana and i'm familiar with all the different properties of gas/hydrocarbons. I contacted RBP personally to find out whats the deal with the product and why it doesnt list it's contents. But they didnt want to give out this information to me. I'm just confused as to how they can sell a product but not tell the user whats in it. It might be good..or just a knock off of some other additive.
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Im interested in how well it works, keep us updated on new finds about it.
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I don't know of anyone that just gives out that info! All you want to know is what's in it? How many people would try to copy that ( if they were in the chemical industry) and make there own. You should know this as you say your in the industry. Nice truck by the way.
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There has to be a way to get the msds for it.
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MSDS has to be available for every product I thought?
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Old 01-11-2010, 06:18 PM
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all products has to have a msds for spill purposes and storage info. If I wanted to copy the product, I'd run a lab test. But thats not my intent, I'm just looking to find out whats in it before i put it in my vehicle. By RBP not providing this info after talking with them in via phone and avoiding emails I find it strange now....like somethings up. I can understand protecting the product...but why are the competitors willing to provide this information and RBP is not?

opti lube xpd has it listed http://www.opti-lube.com/XPD%20MSDS.pdf
stanadyne has it listed Material Safety Data Sheets - Stanadyne
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They have a msds...They just wont release it...even to a consumer? Which I dont agree with.
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I was pretty sure about the MSDS but wasn't 100% sure. Fawk em. Go with a different product. If they don't want to tell you whats your getting, then they must not want your business.
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