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Diesel Extreme Flash Sale
August 30, 2021

All orders over $45 will receive a FREE 16oz DIESEL EXTREME at checkout. No coupon is required. The sale ends August 31, 2021.

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August 27, 2021

Seeing your fuel mileage tumble, noticing a harder start up, and possibly even a rough idle are signs you need to visit the fuel injector cleaner aisle at your local auto parts store. Once you stroll down that aisle you instantly have a sensory overload with flashy colors, familiar and unfamiliar names, “guarantees”, and benefit

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DPF Regen Cycles Explained and How To Reduce Them
August 22, 2021

What Does DPF Stand For & What Does it Do? The Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) is an assist in emissions-control included within diesel exhaust systems, to catch the remaining particulates left within the combustion cycle of the diesel engine. Each combustion cycle within a diesel engine includes un-burnt components of diesel fuel, carbon, and other

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August 20, 2021

Our own Kyle joined the Diesel Podcast to talk oil! He broke down conventional vs synthetic, extended oil change intervals, additives, detergents and even race oil. What oil should you run in your truck? Is synthetic really synthetic? Why is an oil analysis important?

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Do Oil and Fuel Additives Void Car Warranties?
August 6, 2021

I just bought a new car/truck and I want it to last with no out of pocket maintenance fees and as little wear and tear as possible. I’d like to try Hot Shot’s Secret fuel and oil additives – would using Hot Shot’s Secret void my new car warranty? Answer: No. All Hot Shot’s Secret

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Why do diesel engines last longer
July 25, 2021

3 Reasons Diesel Engines Last Longer Than Gas Engines 20 years ago, a gas engine would be considered at the end of its life at around 100,000 miles, but engines today are consistently making another trip around the odometer. But where gasoline engines are reaching 200,000 plus miles, diesel engines lifespans now often run well

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why diesel engines don't have spark plugs
July 9, 2021

Ask many and they will mention that the primary advantage to a diesel engine is that it provides more torque. Based on the combustion of the engine and the different use in plugs between gasoline and diesel engines, diesel provides a considerable amount of work-power over horsepower. Hence the big-rigs on the road are diesels.

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