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Taryl's fuel additive experiment.

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Russ from MN

01-02-2021 09:34:13




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He taped it a day early, said he'd be too hung over to do it on the first! Once again, the straight 87 E10 preformed as good as anything, after a whole year!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPO-BI6CvGc




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Bret4207

01-06-2021 05:06:18




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 Re: Taryl's fuel additive experiment. in reply to Russ from MN, 01-02-2021 09:34:13  
That the guy with the fake redneck teef? I don't know how anyone can stand to watch that guy! Drop the play acting and do it straight for goodness sake! He might have some good information but the stupidity involved makes it impossible to watch.

To each their own I guess.



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ztrmowers

01-06-2021 06:39:15




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 Re: Taryl's fuel additive experiment. in reply to Bret4207, 01-06-2021 05:06:18  
he knows how to turn wrenches ,but will agree the rest gets sickening,but it also has put him on the popular list.i am thinking about start ing a you tube channel to see if it will help get rid of inventory.



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ztrmowers

01-04-2021 12:10:08




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 Re: Taryl's fuel additive experiment. in reply to Russ from MN, 01-02-2021 09:34:13  
we never did use it when shop going full bore, was a way that you could sell another product thou. i just never pushed it, briggs new units came with some kind in it when they were shipped every new unit we got had have carb bowel took off and remove the green gunk. startron was only one we could sell thou., still have several cases if anyone interested. never used the stuff personally had to buy it in the preseason order crap that you had to do.

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Texasmark1

01-05-2021 05:52:22




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 Re: Taryl's fuel additive experiment. in reply to ztrmowers, 01-04-2021 12:10:08  
I tried Startron years ago when it first came out. Noticed recently it is still being sold, same original container in the local WWs. My definition of a quality product is that it survives the test of time.....well I guess it's a quality product by that definition.

Had a problem understanding the "enzymes" thing.....laundry detergents were using the enzyme theme at the time.....course that was about the time Pack Man made the entertainment scene and recalling the Pack Man was the enzyme gobbling the bad guys in their commercials. Never determined if it did anything different for me from other types of snake oils.

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spacecadet9

01-02-2021 22:38:51




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 Re: Taryl's fuel additive experiment. in reply to Russ from MN, 01-02-2021 09:34:13  
I always use Stabil, especially over the winter, but Taryl's experiment makes me think he is correct that all the additive stuff is "snake oil". I'll continue using Seafoam if something is running a little rough.



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Texasmark1

01-03-2021 15:54:35




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 Re: Taryl's fuel additive experiment. in reply to spacecadet9, 01-02-2021 22:38:51  
I like my little "Teddy Bears" and they will always be with me.....sleep better at night. I have proven on several occasions, just running experiments to answer the question, that teddy bears work. Wink!



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Russ from MN

01-03-2021 13:01:34




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 Re: Taryl's fuel additive experiment. in reply to spacecadet9, 01-02-2021 22:38:51  
That's what I do, no addatives unless and engine is running less than perfect, then some Seafoam, and it usually fixes it. I tried some Stabil once, after 6 months of storage engine wouldn't start without priming, carb had Jell-o like substance in it.



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tractorguy2

01-02-2021 21:12:42




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 Re: Taryl's fuel additive experiment. in reply to Russ from MN, 01-02-2021 09:34:13  
I watched the video earlier today. He put the k100 additive back in. It wouldn't start without help. It won't last long. I thought the engine sitting outside was to be started on Jan 1st 2021?



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