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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-27-2012, 03:36 PM Thread Starter
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tranny oil in gas for mpg?

has anyone done this or heard of this someone told me they are doin it and are gettn 2 mpg more is it a good idea bad idea for 6.0? anyone know and if not what fuel addivite do u recomend
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Re: tranny oil in gas for mpg?

Run an ashless(marine) grade 2 stroke oil. That's you're best bet

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Re: tranny oil in gas for mpg?

I run 2 Stroke Oil in my 6.4, Havnt noticed any milage difference but It gives me a piece of mind that im getting a little extra lubrication since the new ultra low sulfer diesel offers very little.

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Re: tranny oil in gas for mpg?

well thanks your for the info that other post was very helpful if i new what it all ment haha is the xdp stuff the only xdp addivite they sell on the website becuase its not the same name as in the list thank you for your input again also
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Re: tranny oil in gas for mpg?

i saw gains running the 2 stoke oil i use it when i can get it on sale
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Re: tranny oil in gas for mpg?

I run 2 cycle mix but seen guys running tranny fluid

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Re: tranny oil in gas for mpg?

well i just bought the xdp optilube should be here this week so next fill up im goin to try it and i will let you guys know how it works for me its not an xdp product btw heh its optilube
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