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post #16 of (permalink) Old 12-04-2012
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A. I can see products like this being advantageous for vintage cars or motors that are handicapped by modern fuels which are lacking some of the vital properties or ingredients they were designed to run on decades ago, but if that was your situation you'd probably actually be better off searching for non-ethanol alternatives.

B. Do additives like this have any impact on the factory warranty?

(to be blunt)

C. If your car is running great why would risk a $35K+ investment to try out some nickle-nighty-eight additive?


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