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    Default filling up 19cdti(150)56 plate

    what are your thoughts when filling up with deisel,how many of you put an additive in,ie redex,stp or others,do they work or are they not recommended,ive not used these before and am just wondering if it is worth starting to as this is my first deisel car,do they really keep everything running better like they say they do ?

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    I always use millers as do a lot of others on here

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    I don't think it's necessary. I just don't use supermarket fuels, as they have a bad reputation for getting contaminated.
    Regular long run is the best thing for your engine, imo.

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    I've been using diesel redex which does seem to make a big difference. Going to try Millers next time though because it seems much more popular on here (and is cheaper)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregc View Post
    I always use millers as do a lot of others on here
    Just started using this stuff recently. MIxed with v power, car pulls harder and is considerably quieter.

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    i use toyota diesel treatment! car pulls alot better on it and its free as my mate works for toytown! lol

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    i have been using redex but will now use millers as seems popular

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    I used the Miller Sport 4 with my spider box for quite a while. Certainly didn't do any harm, but I convinced myself in the end that any difference was just in my head.
    Your mileage may vary on this one (horrible pun).

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    I have tried loads and never noticed a difference. Just use the cheapest fuel I can now and still, no difference.
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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