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Power Service Diesel Kleen + Cetane Boost | 6/80oz. Case

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"Now the Cummins recommended fuel additive for use in all their diesel engines"

Power Service Diesel Kleen + Cetane Boost, 6/80 ounce case, is a technologically advanced diesel engine performance improver that cleans injectors, boosts cetane and lubricates fuel injection components. This Max HP Formula restores lost power, smooths rough-running engines and improves fuel economy up to 8%. This fuel supplement can be used year-around, but it is not a diesel fuel winterizer or antigel. When winter temperatures drop below + 30F use Power Service Diesel Fuel Supplement + Cetane Boost (in the white bottle) to provide maximum winter protection for your diesel engine. It also has the following benefits:

  • 1, 80 oz. bottle treats 250 gallons of Diesel Fuel
  • Cleans dirty injectors and prevents injector sticking in all engines, including High Pressure Common Rail (HPCR) systems
  • Boosts cetane up to 6 numbers - engines run smoother with less power lag and faster cold starts
  • Boosts power - reduces need for downshifting during high-load conditions
  • Improves fuel economy up to 8% - fuel savings exceed cost of additive
  • Contains Slickdiesel Lubricator for maximum fuel lubrication - protects pumps and injectors from accelerated wear
  • Stabilizes stored fuel
  • Prevents thermal/oxidative breakdown of diesel fuel - protects against sludge formation that plugs fuel-filters and injectors
  • Effective in all diesel fuels, including Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD), biodiesel and biodiesel blends

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  1. 5 Star Review Great Stuff

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    I put this in my tractor which would barely run, in just a few minutes it would go full Rom`s without any trouble. Now it goes in my truck and tractor with every fillup.

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