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I use v power anyway 

 

I saw on 5th gear yday a corrado was 11bhp down on factory figues and they ran reddex for a tank and it replenished 6bhp

 

So cogs got turning

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Ive used reddex on multiple cars.... honestly dont feel massive improvements if any. 

Im currently contemplating CarbonClean, this has seen massive improvements and only cost £99 appears to be reddex on steroids  haha 

http://www.enginecarbonclean.com/  

and this is my local ones FB page https://www.facebook.com/EccSomerset/

James 

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I used redex in my old Celica VVTL-I every few months just for peice of mind.

I've used it I'm my 2006 Scooby a couple of times already wouldn't say you'd notice a different in performance or response really apart from smoother running on tick over and possibly pulling away. If you're maintanence conscious and like being as preventative as possible, I'd say every few months won't hurt. Evening you're using premium fuel, at least you have price of mind knowing you've done what you can 😃

 

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Most fuel treatments and octane boosters say on them only use every 5000 miles or so I defiantly wouldn't recommend using regularly , and tbh most contain nasty stuff the probably isn't that good for your engine like creosote , like I said just use vpower it detergents will do exactly the same thing just over time and if you've been running on it like you say the effectiveness would be minimal

 

 

 

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Ive used reddex on multiple cars.... honestly dont feel massive improvements if any. 

 

Im currently contemplating CarbonClean, this has seen massive improvements and only cost £99 appears to be reddex on steroids  haha 

 

http://www.enginecarbonclean.com/  

 

and this is my local ones FB page https://www.facebook.com/EccSomerset/

 

James 

 

 

 

 

Carbon cleaning is totally different to red ex tho , carbon cleaning I would recommend , it does seam a really good service and not heard anyone say it wouldn't be suited for built engines etc , where as red ex is only a fuel system treatment so will only clean / cleanse the fuel system

 

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