dry fuel is of the up-most importance,, the cleaner the bio is the easier it will be to dry less than 100ppm , patience, good conversion, washing, and drying although time consuming is worth the end result. i have a 03 ford 6.0 which is notoriously very picky with fuel quality and i have no fuel related problems knock on wood 80,000 mi. and counting, and a vw jetta 2006 with 25,000mi no issues either.Good luck i was intrigued with magnosol for its easy use and time cutting perks, but water washing is to easy and water is free so ....i am aware of other cleaning methods and have used a few, washing is just to easy. how are you filtering out the Magnosol out?
2003 CC/SB SRW BLK 6.0 LARIAT FX4 4X4 SIX-GUN BUNDLE/W SPEED-LOADER, SCT3 W/SPARTAN TUNES,TRIPLE GAUGE A-PILLAR , PML TRANS PAN. ARP STUDS. GONE BIO, I.A.F.F. local #3970
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