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Anybody running the corn try this product? Got for $6.73 shipped to my door off Ebay. Treats 80 gallons.
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Naphtha, Kerosene and Green Dye. I'm a fan of MSDS sheets to weed out Hocus Pocus.

Never used the stuff.

Putting her away for the winter ?
 
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Naphtha, Kerosene and Green Dye. I'm a fan of MSDS sheets to weed out Hocus Pocus.

Never used the stuff.

Putting her away for the winter ?
No, it will be driven on descent days all winter. Figured with winter blend kicking in on E85 I would put 3 ounces in for next 5 tanks. Yeah, no info or reviews out yet. If my exhaust tips turn green it must be working. Lol.
 

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Yea, I mix a few ounces in every once in a while when I'm running e85. Don't know if it really helps.

It does help my lawnmower though. We only have E10/E15 gas in my area, and with this stuff added to the tank, it fires up everytime. Without it, it struggles.
 

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Naphtha, Kerosene and Green Dye. I'm a fan of MSDS sheets to weed out Hocus Pocus.

Never used the stuff.

Putting her away for the winter ?
I looked at the MSDS as well. Basically flammable oils. Mineral oil would probably be just as good. Marvels mystery oil is probably a lot cheaper (I think you can buy it by the quart) and still be intended for automotive use. Any of this stuff is going to be hard on the catalysts in the catalytic converter because they might not entirely burn before they hit it. The amount of degradation would be primarily determined by the concentration.

Ironically, this would be dilute (Albeit by a small amount) the octane of the mixture. Basically like why you try to avoid having PCV fumes enter into the combustion chamber.
 

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I looked at the MSDS as well. Basically flammable oils. Mineral oil would probably be just as good. Marvels mystery oil is probably a lot cheaper (I think you can buy it by the quart) and still be intended for automotive use. Any of this stuff is going to be hard on the catalysts in the catalytic converter because they might not entirely burn before they hit it. The amount of degradation would be primarily determined by the concentration.

Ironically, this would be dilute (Albeit by a small amount) the octane of the mixture. Basically like why you try to avoid having PCV fumes enter into the combustion chamber.
The “Green Exhaust Tips” comment was funny stuff.

I’m trying to understand your point.
Naphtha and Kerosene vs. Mineral oil.
Are you sure you weren’t referring to
Mineral Spirits ?
 
 




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