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Old 03-26-2010, 07:11 AM
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my rev-x story w/video

ok, first off i have an 03 6.0. the only problem ive had is for past year and a half it had a miss untill it got up to operating temp., now it didnt matter if it was 20 or 120 degrees outside if the engine temp wasnt up it would miss, shake, and buck like the pbr. so i figured ide give this stuff a try.

for all the none believers, the video speaks for its self.

YouTube - rev-x before and after.wmv
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Old 03-26-2010, 07:56 AM
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I haven't watched the video, I don't have enough bandwidth right now to look at it, not knocking what you did, but reading about that stuff, I have to think that is INCREDIBLY hard on the HEUI system.

I would be interested to see if there is any adverse long-term affects to this procedure/product.

Congrats on a better running machine, either way. Gotta like something you don't have to run the truck for 45 minutes before it's drivable!
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Old 03-26-2010, 07:57 AM
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That's a pretty sick lookin rig you got there dude, diggin the wheels and stance!
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Great, nice to see a actual real time video...
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I I have to think that is INCREDIBLY hard on the HEUI system.

I would be interested to see if there is any adverse long-term affects to this procedure/product.
yea i have some concerns about that as well, but this stuff is supposed to be good for everything it touches. and hey....its a 6 liter, its going to have problems anyway, so it might as well run good until it does. lol
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Don't know about the additive but the truck is sweet.
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What wheels and tires do you have on that truck? I have a dually and would love to make it look a little nicer!
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but reading about that stuff, I have to think that is INCREDIBLY hard on the HEUI system.
I have been thinking that there's probably a down side to this additive, but I am curious what you read that leads you to that conclusion?
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Nice. glad it worked for you.

On a side note, Portcity, what remote starter do you have on that?
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Nice. glad it worked for you.

On a side note, Portcity, what remote starter do you have on that?
its a skytech galaxy 5000 i think is the model. alarm/remote start. but you can just do some home work most all of them you can program for "wait to start" these days.
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