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Old 05-04-2012, 09:19 AM
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oil analyst with rev x... help

ok guy i am tripping balls here . i sent my oil in for an analyst . i used als tribology in edmonton . came back and they said everything seems normal except the potasium level is high? 1888 pmp . i used mobil 1 5 w40 synthetic and change every 5000 km i also used 8 oz of rev x in that oil i have 190000 km on the 6.0 2006 . they said bc of the high potasium level i could have a possable coolant leak . after some research i found that rev x has a high level of potasium in it ...can any one tell me if i should worrie about this? any one have some lab resaults with rev x ? has anyone had the same thing happen to them ? just looking for some posative answers i guess ? thanks for the time guys ...............
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The high potassium levels are due to the Rev-X. Nothing to worry about.
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ahhh thanks thats what i needed to here
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That, or stop feeding your truck bananas...
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lol.,........ i wonder why there is potasium in rev x ?/
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lol.,........ i wonder why there is potasium in rev x ?/
See this thread

Blackstone phone call- Potassium & RevX.......
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Old 05-04-2012, 02:23 PM
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just what i need to see thanks alot guys for the quick answers to my problem......
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