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Old 01-08-2010, 07:22 PM
jmn1960 jmn1960 is offline
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Question lucas fuel treatment

does any body use lucas in their fuel--do u see a diff in milage,is it good for the injectors,is it worth running ? or is there something else out there that others use. First diesel so just asking for advise.1993 5.9 12v
thanks Mike
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Old 01-10-2010, 03:26 PM
High_On_Diesel High_On_Diesel is offline
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I ran it for a bit. I have an 06 5.9. Look up drews brew on the diy section. I use it now and works for me. I hear a lot of guys on here like it and its relatively inexpensive. Jus go to the diy section and find drews brew...
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Old 01-11-2010, 05:08 PM
racer9 racer9 is offline
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Lucas is good, as is Howes, PowerService, FPPF, Amsoil, and a few others.
'96 Ram Cummins, turned up a bit, 306hp/743tq. 4X4, auto, Dunrite TC & VB, Intelligent Engineering billet input, Schwitzer S300g, 4" exhaust, homemade #100 plate, governor springs shimmed, homemade flatbed, Isspro gauges, bhaf.
'81 D150, 4BTA Cummins now rolling under own power.
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