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      04-01-2013, 06:02 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by ///M Power-Belgium View Post
Yeah....i'm 100% agreed....
But...i'm someone that alway's observes and examine things,and also details on my car !
Now...the Liqui Moly fuel system cleaner i know also,it's works with a higher combustion,and cleans everething like aussiem3 describes
But personelly i have noticed that when i filled up with Shell V-Power Plus 98 RON and they claim,a cleaner engine, more power for high performance engines, and more miles with a fill up !
I my case...NOT !!!
I noticed with Shell,Texaco,Total,Lukoil,Oeral, Q8 all 98-RON and others that i forgot....with these brands of fuel...inside my exhaust tips looked like black coals !!!
Except one brand....Esso,and with Esso my exhaust tips,even after 300 miles are match cleaner and i can see even the chrome !
So i use only one brand....Esso 98 Ron And this explains maybe my cleaner spark plugs ?!?!
I even told this to my BMW dealer,an they had a strange look,and ansered me...there is a lot of crap out there ?!?! So ....
But i know one thing....i stay with Esso,and sory again but my spark plugs looks far better than on the pictures one this page !
And also my engine consume less oil than others do,but the real cause of the bad looking spark plugs....i don't know
BTW...the spark plugs from Radiation Joe are looking better than the others !
I should have also mentioned, that I use Shell V-Power too. I am still surprised with the amount of carbon build up on the plugs. If the fuel clean as they claim, how's there carbon on the plug tips. My exhaust tips are not bad. They are black and the build up is not gunky.
E92 M3 2007 - ///PE with Test Pipes and BPM Stage II; CF Interior & Splitters; CIC with Connected Drive