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Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Engine Discussion and Performance Mods' started by 14BlackRoush, Jul 23, 2020.

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  1. MTF

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    I disagree, @Jeremy Hadowanetz

    1. With modern unleaded fuel with additives and detergents now a days,
    carbon build up like your saying are things of the past.

    2. And there is no problem adding these proven cleaners to any Supercharged and Turbo vehicles.
    Now, could you over do it and put too much in, yes. It will run like crap a little. Just ask me, LOL
    Just read the directions!!!

    3. The Enzyme additive is strictly designed to eat up ethanol and water in the tank!!!

    Certainly, no need to drop the tank!
     
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  2. Jeremy Hadowanetz

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    1. This is probably true I had a 2011 ecoboost f150 that I pulled the heads on to check for sludge at around 55k and they were surprisingly clean... pretty much gathered all the fear of di was overblown at that point

    3. I personally would drop the tank in this situation from time to time (OP has rust/scale in his field fuel tank) but i have other vehicles and take stuff apart for no reason pretty regularly

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