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Re: Marvel Mystery Oil - My test of MMO & mpg [Re: KCJeep] #4823378 07/26/18 08:00 AM
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Y'all have just ruined most of my previously logically deduced reasoning as to the value of adding MMO and Stabil to my gas tanks. Shame on you for presenting me facts.

Oh, but there is one thing you can't take away. That warm fuzzy feeling I get when I'm adding them to my gas. Screw logic. I haven't even checked my mpg. I KNOW it's gotta be up 2-5 mpg's!
LOL! No matter what you say, you can't take that arrogant prideful emotion I get when I'm standing there at my Top Tier pumps adding my love lubricants right before I add my high potency cleaning gasoline.


Seriously, I add them both to the cars I don't drive a lot. The church van gets a dose as well...


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'02 4Runner 250K
'05 Lex LS430 90K
'07 Lex GX470 70K

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Re: Marvel Mystery Oil - My test of MMO & mpg [Re: BrocLuno] #4873006 09/19/18 05:52 PM
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Originally Posted by BrocLuno
Geez, I been using MMO for about 50 years. Good for some stuff, not for others. Never had any luck as fuel additive ...

Barryman B-12, now that works well as a fuel additive. But it gets pricey if you are doing full can per fill-up ...


Not trying to hijack the thread ... just curious, if not used as a fuel additive, what are your preferred uses for MMO?


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Re: Marvel Mystery Oil - My test of MMO & mpg [Re: KCJeep] #4873360 09/20/18 06:50 AM
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I have a sideXside with a GY6 150cc engine in it. If I dont run MMO it has a flat spot in the power about 1/2 throttle. Kind of weird. No adjustments on the Chinese carb so I just run the MMO. On the other hand I have a Yamaha golf cart. 360cc 4 stroke. That thing wont run good at low speeds without a little TCW3. Kind of weird also. Using top teir gas. Both run great with the needed little additive. Tried things in my regular vehicles notice nothing.

Re: Marvel Mystery Oil - My test of MMO & mpg [Re: KCJeep] #4873439 09/20/18 08:41 AM
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what the heck is MMO???


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Re: Marvel Mystery Oil - My test of MMO & mpg [Re: KCJeep] #4873457 09/20/18 08:54 AM
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marvel mystery oil. Its magic dont you know

Re: Marvel Mystery Oil - My test of MMO & mpg [Re: The_Nuke] #4874759 09/21/18 01:13 PM
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Originally Posted by The_Nuke
what the heck is MMO???

This:
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Re: Marvel Mystery Oil - My test of MMO & mpg [Re: KCJeep] #4876300 09/22/18 10:03 PM
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Some cars love it. Some cars just don't care about it. Some cars need it while other don't miss it one bit. We have heard a lot of car stories here. I use it on both of mine. One car is pretty new. 2014. Wife claims she can tell I haven't put it in just by watching the MPG readout on the dash. 97 Rebuilt engine on the Ford seems to not care much either way. I still use it. It may or may not help in the long haul. Either way I feel good it's in my tank.


2014 Nissan Versa Note 1.6 liter engine. 1997 Ford F150 4x4 4.6 liter engine.
Re: Marvel Mystery Oil - My test of MMO & mpg [Re: KCJeep] #5330627 01/23/20 08:39 PM
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Purchased my first bottle of MMO last week. I poured in the appropriate amount for my 24 gallon diesel tank and have driven 400 miles. My little 3.0 L Diesel, V6 has 103,000 miles on it.

Not that my little diesel is a loud, noisy, rattle-cage.... but it has smoothed out and is quieter. Just for that reason... I think I am "SOLD" and will continue on with it moving forward. I haven't monitored MPG..... but might in the future.

My wife drives the Mercedes ML250, which is a 2.1 L, twin turbo, four cylinder diesel. It has 86,000 miles on it and I think we will start MMO with it as well.



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Re: Marvel Mystery Oil - My test of MMO & mpg [Re: BigJohn] #5330707 01/23/20 10:11 PM
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Originally Posted by BigJohn
Purchased my first bottle of MMO last week. I poured in the appropriate amount for my 24 gallon diesel tank and have driven 400 miles. My little 3.0 L Diesel, V6 has 103,000 miles on it.

Not that my little diesel is a loud, noisy, rattle-cage.... but it has smoothed out and is quieter. Just for that reason... I think I am "SOLD" and will continue on with it moving forward. I haven't monitored MPG..... but might in the future.

My wife drives the Mercedes ML250, which is a 2.1 L, twin turbo, four cylinder diesel. It has 86,000 miles on it and I think we will start MMO with it as well.



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You might want to rethink that. MMO in diesel fuel reduces lubricity.

17) Marvel Mystery Oil
Gas, Oil and Diesel fuel additive (NOT ULSD compliant, may damage
2007 and newer systems)
HFRR 678, 42 microns worse than baseline fuel.
320:1 ratio
10.4 oz/tank
$3.22/tank

https://www.jatonkam35s.com/DeuceTechnicalManuals/Diesel_fuel_additive_test.pdf

Ed


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Re: Marvel Mystery Oil - My test of MMO & mpg [Re: KCJeep] #5330793 01/24/20 06:02 AM
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Marvel Mystery Oil. It’s a mystery why anyone uses it.

Re: Marvel Mystery Oil - My test of MMO & mpg [Re: wdn] #5330857 01/24/20 08:33 AM
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Originally Posted by wdn
Marvel Mystery Oil. It’s a mystery why anyone uses it.


LOL


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Re: Marvel Mystery Oil - My test of MMO & mpg [Re: edhackett] #5332207 01/25/20 09:01 PM
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Originally Posted by edhackett
Originally Posted by BigJohn
Purchased my first bottle of MMO last week. I poured in the appropriate amount for my 24 gallon diesel tank and have driven 400 miles. My little 3.0 L Diesel, V6 has 103,000 miles on it.

Not that my little diesel is a loud, noisy, rattle-cage.... but it has smoothed out and is quieter. Just for that reason... I think I am "SOLD" and will continue on with it moving forward. I haven't monitored MPG..... but might in the future.

My wife drives the Mercedes ML250, which is a 2.1 L, twin turbo, four cylinder diesel. It has 86,000 miles on it and I think we will start MMO with it as well.



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You might want to rethink that. MMO in diesel fuel reduces lubricity.

17) Marvel Mystery Oil
Gas, Oil and Diesel fuel additive (NOT ULSD compliant, may damage
2007 and newer systems)
HFRR 678, 42 microns worse than baseline fuel.
320:1 ratio
10.4 oz/tank
$3.22/tank

https://www.jatonkam35s.com/DeuceTechnicalManuals/Diesel_fuel_additive_test.pdf

Ed



Yeah... interesting study. I don't see any 2nd party, scientific validation.

But your point is well-taken and causing me to research further.


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Re: Marvel Mystery Oil - My test of MMO & mpg [Re: KCJeep] #5332437 01/26/20 07:01 AM
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