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Old 06-16-2005, 02:23 AM
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Same thing here, we ran it through the 83, and it ran super smooth on the purge, then it was back to its normal idle/operation once it was back on regular diesel, the biggest improvement came with a valve adjustment, idle was much more even/smooth. Mine runs ultra-super smooth as it is, so I don't intend to do any purging, I will do a valve adjustment before winter however....

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Old 06-16-2005, 10:14 AM
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Originally Posted by WANT '71 280SEL
Do you guys run the Redline directly like the DP or just add the specified amount to the tank?

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Redline isn't intended to be run full strength. Just add the requisite amount to the fuel tank when you fill up.

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Old 07-08-2005, 04:48 PM
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Can you add this Redline product to your tank if you're burning biodiesel?
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Old 07-08-2005, 11:47 PM
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Transmission fluid????

A friend of mine had been trying to get me to put a 1/2 qt of transmission fluid in with a tank of fuel, but wasnt too sure about it. He said that he did it in all of his MB diesels. On my way back from visiting him in AR I let him go ahead and put some in when I filled up before I hit the road back to Dallas. Well, I am not sure what it did, but after about 50-60 miles down the road once on I-30 cruising at about 75-80, I looked up in the rear-view, and she farted out a big cloud of black smoke never missing a beat or misfiring or hesitating and then she ran smooth as silk the rest of the trip back to Dallas. And On that tank of fuel I got nearly 35mpg (best I had gotten). I do the redline every couple months but do the tranny fluid about every 3 tanks or so.
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Old 07-09-2005, 12:12 AM
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That reminds me of an old girlfriend I convinced to let me, how shall I say, hit her ol dirt road. Took alot of coaxin' and the initial reaction wasn't pleasant, but it was smooooooth sailin' after that.
Seriously though, tranny fluid in the fuel tank!?!?!

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