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    Default best diesel treatment for under £20???

    i want to give the engine a good clean out but i dont know the best one
    i have been looking at these 2 but im not sure i have just gone on the price tbh, if not these 2 then what stuff...links below

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/FORTE-Advanced...1%7C240%3A1318

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    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Millers-Oils-D...1%7C240%3A1318

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    I used the Millers for years, great job.

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    use the miller's myself mate and is goooooood
    Midlands Mod Shop - NFFC.

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    millers for me too, does seem to smooth things out a bit, but could it just be a placebo effect?

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    Only one I've tried was Millers, and it didn't do any harm.
    I never bother now with anything.
    Best thing for the diesel IMO, is a good long run at a steady "X" mph, as often as you can

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    Have tried them both and never noticed any difference. I even gave my remaining half bottle of sport 4 to Ditchp.
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    Every 6 weeks run the tank low and fill to the brim with BP-ULTIMATE DIESEL.

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    I chucked a Tesco own brand one in, bargain at £1.49p so I bought two.

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    im gonna try some millers with a full tank of bp ultimate and give it a blast (70mph) up the motorway....hopefully it gives it a nice clean out

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    Adding cleaner routinely is not cost effective. Occasional use of any injector cleaner probably won't do much harm or good, but whatever you like. I good long steady motor will probably do far more good IMO.

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