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Old 25-01-12, 08:06 AM   #1
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hello have been reading up on adding 2 stroke to my fill ups with diesel fuel at ratio of 1:200 but there ar conflicting views on the type of 2 stroke and the long term effects on dpf some say its good for dpf with less regen required any one have any view or expirence
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I've been following something similiar on a Honda civic forum, got there researching how crap tesco diesel is

The 2.2cdti boys on there swear by it! 200ml per full tank, something to go with lowering sulphur levels in diesel, so less lubrication on the fuel system apparently the 2-stroke replaces this and acts as the lubricant.

Am tempted but was too chicken to do it while I've still got my misfire

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That would be interesting, you'd think a motor bike was following with the smell. Why not just use decent diesel. I use esso or shell and they work ok, having the additives included.



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Am tempted but was too chicken to do it while I've still got my misfire
Kill or cure............ go for it
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That would be interesting, you'd think a motor bike was following with the smell. Why not just use decent diesel. I use esso or shell and they work ok, having the additives included.
Oops not in the engine, in the fuel tank apparently makes the Hondas purr!! In their words
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