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I used a good bit of it but I couldn't tell ya if it improved my gas mileage. To me it runs better but just could be me.

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I ran it at 100k, just half a can. Me and G2145 did it at the same time. Both of us puffed a *tiny* bit, and my rig seems to idle smoother... No mpg difference.
 

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I ran it at 100k, just half a can. Me and G2145 did it at the same time. Both of us puffed a *tiny* bit, and my rig seems to idle smoother... No mpg difference.
Did you just pour it in your tank, or did you do the vacuum line method? I used the vacuum line method on our previous vehicles, but they were older and I'm hesitant to do it on the T.


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I do it every 15k or so on my vehicles.... I think it always gets a better idle. My grandpa used to use it on his lawnmowers and other stuff as well as his trucks and I just picked it up from him so yeah.

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Did you just pour it in your tank, or did you do the vacuum line method? I used the vacuum line method on our previous vehicles, but they were older and I'm hesitant to do it on the T.


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The vacuum booster line I believe. Trust me, it scared the sh*t out of me as it was running it through... Sounded like the truck was just gonna die...
 

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It should be done very slowly. Should take about 20-30minutes to run the can through a vaccum line. I recommend clamping the line or using vice grips to limit the flow.
 
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