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Old 10-12-2012, 01:15 PM
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Originally Posted by AgSilver View Post
Good stuff and the concentrate is better.
It is good stuff but you get it already with every fill up at Chevron
So my point being ? Why buy more?

I honestly don't know if the additive is added to the fuel in germany like it is here.
Im not familair with the techron concentrate so i will have to do my due diligence and read up on it.

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Old 10-12-2012, 01:24 PM
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Every fill up of Chevron already has the Techron additive in it. Same as Texaco which also has techron. These additives are added in the refinery process at the port. What your really doing Toadster is doubling up on the cool aid.

Ive made this argument before and will say it again... Gas is gas man. Dont waster your money.

Every tank in my E55 is done at Racetrac.............GASP!
Correct Sir! The gasoline comes from various refineries such as Velero and then the various additives are blended by the different companies. I try to use fuels with Techron and add a large bottle of Techron Concentrate every 2000-3000 miles. It's also really good for the fuel sending units.
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Correct Sir! The gasoline comes from various refineries such as Velero and then the various additives are blended by the different companies. I try to use fuels with Techron and add a large bottle of Techron Concentrate every 2000-3000 miles. It's also really good for the fuel sending units.
so wait -you're agreeing with gas is gas? or don't waste your money on additives?
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Originally Posted by Toadster View Post
so wait -you're agreeing with gas is gas? or don't waste your money on additives?
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He saying he used techron concentrate which is a different additive
I dont know a lot lot about it so i cant comment.

he is just confirming that my gas is gas argument is correct.
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Try Royal Purple ?

Originally Posted by pearlpower View Post
Chevron Techron works great, why test something else? 6 bottles $18 at Costco. Have seen myself the dramatic improvements with flexible scopes. Could there be something 'better', I'm sure there is always something better in life on everything, how much is it worth the effort vs. moving on to another part of the project.

Techron is great but expensive. I'll recommend recommend Royal Purple instead. Try it and you won't regret at all.
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