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Hey Guys,

Fancy giving the engine a treat to some internal cleansing mainly the fuel system, has anyone used any good petrol additive ?

I've found a product by Millers called , Millers petrol power ecomax , it claims to add 2 octane rating to fuel and also to clean injectors and so on.

Few reviews I found that claim incerease slightly in performance and smoother running of the car.

Any thoughts ? Is this a good shout or does anyone know of similar stuff but better ?

Are they a good idea to run some through the engine ?

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Hey Guys,



Fancy giving the engine a treat to some internal cleansing mainly the fuel system, has anyone used any good petrol additive ?



I've found a product by Millers called , Millers petrol power ecomax , it claims to add 2 octane rating to fuel and also to clean injectors and so on.



Few reviews I found that claim incerease slightly in performance and smoother running of the car.



Any thoughts ? Is this a good shout or does anyone know of similar stuff but better ?



Are they a good idea to run some through the engine ?



Cheers


To be honest, as long as you are using a good quality fuel, you shouldn't need to run any cleaner through it.
My 2008 CTR has only ever been run on shell v-power and there is certainly no lack to get up and go or smooth running even after 90K!


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I have always run shell V-power Nitro Plus as well, like you say this may have cleaners in it anyway ?
 

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I have always run shell V-power Nitro Plus as well, like you say this may have cleaners in it anyway ?

Yes it has additives I believe which help keep the whole fuel system clean.
I've owned my car from new too so I know it's only ever run on the stuff....


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Just use v-power for a tank or two if you don't already, it'll do just the same.

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