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Old 08-30-2007, 06:00 PM   #131 (permalink)
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PS - I'm still a bit stunned that Stanadyne's dedicated lubricity product didn't do better in a lubricity test [/quote]


I've been buying the Stanadyne Preformance for several years and am really disappointed in the study that shows it was basically a waste of money. It is better than no additive at all and at least helps in the winter to stop the waxing but with 9 bottles left I am going to use it and then decide what product to buy.

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Per the request of Nick, we are going to close this thread and permanantly archive it in the Sticky's. The new thread will be called "Lubricity Additive Study Discussion". The discussion will go on, just in a different thread, so keep talking! SPICER
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PS - I'm still a bit stunned that Stanadyne's dedicated lubricity product didn't do better in a lubricity test
I've been buying the Stanadyne Performance for several years and am really disappointed in the study that shows it was basically a waste of money. It is better than no additive at all and at least helps in the winter to stop the waxing but with 9 bottles left I am going to use it and then decide what product to buy.
I suppose that if you were buying Performance Formula ONLY for lubricity, you might be correct. - As for me, I use the Stanadyne Performance Formula for lubricity AND the other benefits if provides. I've been using PF at a ratio of 4oz for every 15 gallons of fuel.

- I just purchased Stanadyne's Lubricity Formula and if I were to use 3oz PF + 2oz LF for every 15 gallons, looking at what I paid for both, my cost will be almost exactly the same per tank and I will get all the lubricity necessary to make sure I never fall short, as well as all the other features that PF has to offer.
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