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I had to order some amsoil and they were out of stock. After fixing the order I asked about fuel additives. He said they use stanadyne. He said they have to pull the ford tanks to modify them for air sucking reasons. He said the stanadyne tanks never had water in them. Non additive tanks had a small amount (like a tablespoon).

So it seems demulsifiers move the water through the system to the water trap as well.


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I had to order some amsoil and they were out of stock. After fixing the order I asked about fuel additives. He said they use stanadyne. He said they have to pull the ford tanks to modify them for air sucking reasons. He said the stanadyne tanks never had water in them. None additive tanks had a small amount (like a tablespoon).

So it seems demulsifiers move the water through the system to the water trap as well.


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And if that's so, where else does it go in undissolved form? Don't forget we have a constantly recirculating fuel system that is constantly shook up. How does demulsifying handle those apples?Edited by: hoot
 
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