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As for its engine cleaning benifits of this or others, I have no comment.

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Originally Posted by Lostmt View Post
I had not heard of Star Tron until I had made a post on another forum about the problems that I was having with a dying motor.

Not being a chemist all some of us have is the recommendation from others. I have just started using Star Tron so in time I'll know if it works or not.

I'll email the makers of Star Tron with a link to this discussion and see what they have to say.
There seems to be a body of evidence that they have something. The trouble is, there are no standard tests for "cleaners." Stabilizers, yes. Cleaners, no ASTM or other recognized tests that I know of - I am not certain of that.
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