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5.4 Detonation and fix

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Engine Discussion and Performance Mods' started by AZ SVT, Nov 30, 2017.

  1. Snowsled

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    Hey, just trying to keep up with you whiny bitches, more whiny bitches here than I have run across in a long time...

    Keep in mind, I am not the retard that poured sea foam in his crankcase and came here trying to tell us all how wonderful it worked bwahahahaha! That has to be an all time great bone head move, congrats, you guys have outed yourself as stupid in public... better yet, your only defense is a weak set of insults? Bring it you bitches, bring it.
     
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    Bring what?

    Oh, Its another FRF potluck!

    I'll bring the veggie tray, sea foam dance off?
     
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    Funny thing is, if you had sucked it through the intake, I would believe that it did cure a detonation problem on higher mileage engine. That diesel and detergent mix will clean out the combustion chamber and make a ton of cool looking smoke while doing it.

    Pouring it in your oil though? I just couldn't do it knowing what it is. I still maintain no car should ever need an oil thinning treatment like that if properly maintained. I also fail to see from a mechanical standpoint what that could have helped to cure the detonation problem since nothing where detonation occurs is really lubed by the engine oil. How did the diesel and detergent fix it exactly? Magic I am sure...

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    Looks like "smartass" is the rule, happy to play by the rules. Did I miss where you should be forced to take it without dishing some? After all, you clearly want in, no?
     
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    Yes, like I said I'll bring the celery, carrot sticks, olives, broccoli, and some ranch if you'll calm down for a second. Or are you allergic to veggies too?
     
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    My wife is allergic to the celery and carrots if this is a family event. Were you going to comment on the threads subject or should I just wait for someone to post "bring back Jimbo"?
     
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    just use e-30
     
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    I just drove across the corn belt, Nebraska, Iowa and Minnesota for Thanksgiving, and didn't see a single E-85 pump much less E-30. I was hoping to try some...
     
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    if you filled up in Minnesota you got e-10 but I don't like e-10. If you really want to try it mix e-85 with regular.
     
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    All of Colorado is e-10 unless you spring for the special non eth 91 at a couple of pumps in town. They get a dollar a gallon more to serve it without corn. Funny thing is, I can get e-85 but it is barely 50 cents a gallon cheaper than the mid grade I have to buy here to satisfy the 87 requirement, our regular is 85 octane. Never heard any detonation and it is coming up on 100k miles. I should probably pour some seafoam in it....
     
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