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FTC additive

Discussion in 'Car Repairs / Maintenance' started by norseman, 6 Jul 2018.

  1. norseman

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    I doubt there's anyone on here that is a more confirmed cynic than myself, especially when it comes to 'miracle additives' but just out of interest has anyone tried the FTC lead pellet formula I keep seeing advertised in the motoring press I subscribe to?
    Yes I know those of us that have reached a certain age have heard it all before, how the original formula helped the RAF win the war on the Russia front 'blah 'blah but considering the money-back guarantee is it worth a punt?
     
  2. DaveHerns

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    Chap over the road put some in his C4 Cactus and reckons it goes like a rocket!!! However he does come out with some rubbish. I've not seen any tests on FTC and would guess it's about as much use as Carbonflo etc back in the day.
     
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    I'm sure some treatments have their place but high claiming additives have to be treated with suspicion ......the petrol companies would be the first to make a quick buck. However, treatments such as Fortes diesel do bring the emissions down - at least long enough to get the MOT :ROFLMAO: Never heard of the FTC pellets though and can't see how they can make any difference.
    John :)
     
  4. Nige F

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    FTC - total B.S
     
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