Re: A question about additives
I'm just like to try new things. The Lucas product will stabilize good fuel and neutralize bad fuel. It will also clean the carb out over time, while making the fuel lubricate better than it already is. And a bonus when read the tech specs: it is safe substitute for lead since it contains a upper cylinder lubricant which is what the stupid EPA took out of fuel in the 70s. For everyone who lived in the 50s and 60s know that the old leaded stuff lasted longer than today's fuel. Same thing with diesel, they took out the sulfar which made diesel lubricate very well. This product is supposed to restore the lubricity of the fuel. I'm just wondering if this additive will work since I might need to richen the amount of oil so the motor won't seize under load and everyone knows that if the motor is under huge load, it wears faster and requires more lubrication to operate.