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      10-09-2012, 10:24 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by TotalPower
said it once, i'll say it again: petroleum based fuel additives are 95% all the same. Doesn't matter which one you use, the ingredients are mostly identical and will all yield little to no results.

If you are looking for a good product use a synthetic oxygenating fuel additive with some detergency.
I'd have to disagree with this statement- additive packages for diesel fuel do vary quite a bit. Your statement is more in line with gasoline additives- detergents generally are part of a gasoline package to remove carbon build up from spark ignition. Detergents also by nature (a base) remove lubricity, which is bad for a Diesel engine that uses fuel to lubricate its pumps.