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post #1 of 2 Old 06-25-2011, 07:28 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone have any experoence running this in their 6.4L? I found plenty of information of guys running it in their 6.0 and seem to be happy with the results.

My brother has a 6.0 and purchased 3 4oz bottles of the stuff. He put 8oz in as recommend and has 4oz left over he told me I could have. I have to do an oil change this week and was going to add it in with my oil change. I know it is not the recommended 8oz, but figured what the hell.

Just wondered what you guys thought that have ran the product in their 6.4L.
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The 6.0 injectors are fired off of high pressure oil and not high pressure fuel like the 6.4. So no you wont see results like you will on a 6.0 or even a 7.3 (even the 7.3 wont see much results because their injectors lack spool valves unlike the 6.0)

Its specially formulated to clear gunk build up left by non synthetic oils off the spool valves on the oil side of the injector and keep them lubricated, this aids in better starting because it allows the spool valve to function much faster like it was intended to without any stickage (called stiction)...

Using it probably wouldn't hurt though. Sell it to a 6.0 guy or give it back to him

Now if youre talking about Rev X's Distance + fuel additive USE IT, its by far the best next to Optilube's XPD formula. Better lubricity and better mileage, and knowing your fuel system is much better off.
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