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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-17-2015, 08:24 AM Thread Starter
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Lucas fuel treatment

Have read a lot of mixed reviews about this stuff and wanted to see what others have experienced with it as well as share my feedback on it. I use this on every tank of gas on my Harley and every tank of fuel in my excursion. I haven't seen a difference in mpg in my excursion but I do feel it does help with stiction and overall less friction on my injectors and motor. When not using it with the ar9100 I get the injector #5 code on and off even after changing it a couple times. While using the Lucas and ar9100 the code very rarely if ever pops up and I feel the truck runs smoother and overall better especially on my tow tune. On my Harley I do see a 1-2mpg difference and feel it runs smoother and better all around. What our others thoughts or experiences with it???

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Re: Lucas fuel treatment

No one uses this except me???

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Re: Lucas fuel treatment

sub'd! you putting in cetane boose or 2stroke oil with it? i'm thinking about putting a lucas in next tank & leaving out the dieselcleen & 2stroke


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No just putting it in by itself. Obviously ar9100 goes in with every oil change.

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Re: Lucas fuel treatment

i'm running ar9100 with rotella 5/40 synth. next fillup imma try the lucas. how many oz/gal do you use?


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Re: Lucas fuel treatment

I usually pore 3/4 water bottle in on each fill up. I don't let my tank get below half a tank. It's a 40 gallon tank.

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surprisingly, it took me a week to come up with a gallon jug lol, all i could find was the little shots of it. anywho, too icy to be driving to hog much. remind me to post back here if i don't post back soon flossy!


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yes the Lucas does a good job, I run it about every 4th tank.
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Re: Lucas fuel treatment

I love it, every tank it goes in. Thinking about stanadyne performace though. Always use PS diesel supp arctic. It's around -7 every morning for the past 2 weeks and no gel probs. Summer time lucas only. Ar9100 and T6 also
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Re: Lucas fuel treatment

I use Lucas products in everything... Fuel, Oil, Trans, Rear End... I even drink a little every now and then... ;-)

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