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      01-14-2013, 05:26 PM   #47
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Originally Posted by Socom View Post
Cool. e I wonder if its a lamella of graphite? Some sort of dry lubricant.
I got some more answer today, see below...



Slickdiesel does not have anything to do with Slick 50, nor does Diesel Kleen contain teflon. Slickdiesel is a proprietary lubricator that we formulate specifically to increase the lubricity of your fuel and decrease wear and tear on fuel pumps and injectors. Diesel Kleen is 100% safe and compatible for use with all current aftertreatment technologies, including DOC, DPF, EGR, Urea-SCR. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have additional questions.

Slickdiesel is a wet lubricant, not a dry one. Diesel Kleen is ULSD compliant, meaning that it contains less that 15ppm sulfur. .


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