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just did a treatment to the rrc88. waiting the 30min to go drive it. will see if it dose any good. I will say this was way easy. no tools needed. just pull the line and plug from the break boost and poor slowly. son kept rpm at 200. went smooth. I also put 16oz in the tank for the injectors. let see what happens.......
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just did a treatment to the rrc88. waiting the 30min to go drive it. will see if it dose any good. I will say this was way easy. no tools needed. just pull the line and plug from the break boost and poor slowly. son kept rpm at 200. went smooth. I also put 16oz in the tank for the injectors. let see what happens.......
ok so not a lot of smoke. at least not like I thought there would be.
however I have power were there was none before. I have pick up I did not know the old girl had.

the efi light is on but I read that should go off in a day or two so we will see. ill up date u on it as it dose or dose not go off.

also the idel speed seems a bit ruff now. going to adjust it.

If you ask me I say do it. there was a noticeable change well worth the 16$
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If you are forced to use e-10 fuel you might want to take a look at this:

Is your gas additive safe with E10 fuel?

All the best!
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If you are forced to use e-10 fuel you might want to take a look at this:

Is your gas additive safe with E10 fuel?

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seafoam is now safe to use with ethanol. make sure the can says so. there are two types out there...
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Awesome... I'll look for that when it's time for the next maintenance.

Thanks!
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