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Who’s do you use and y? Also, ive heard different theories on how much per drum, like some have said half bottle instead of all it, which is supposed to treat 55 gallons. Does the scent stuff cause issues?


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Klotz Uplon in my opinion is the best. I mix a qt to a drum. If you mix too little then there is no reason to put it in. The Klotz doesn't have any scent to it while the car is running but when you shut down it does have a coating affect after the alcohol flashes off. I believe it helps keep the white stuff in carbs from forming as easily and helps protect the cylinder walls. JMO

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When I ran alky, Power Plus! Worked great
 
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We’ve run power plus scented and VP unscented. A bottle per drum. Haven’t had issues with either.
 
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Originally posted by CURTIS REED:
Klotz Uplon in my opinion is the best. I mix a qt to a drum. If you mix too little then there is no reason to put it in. The Klotz doesn't have any scent to it while the car is running but when you shut down it does have a coating affect after the alcohol flashes off. I believe it helps keep the white stuff in carbs from forming as easily and helps protect the cylinder walls. JMO


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klotz

^^^ this it ?

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klontz

^^^ this it ?


Yup, I have been using it for years great stuff indeed. When bracket racing with a Rons terminator I ran 1/2 qt per drum. Now in TD I am using a full qt per drum, keeps the pump, barrel valve and cylinders looking good, plus I bet it helps the teflon strips in the blower stay lubed too

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klontz

^^^ this it ?

Is Klontz made by the same company that makes cummings engines? Smile
 
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Steve,

A full quart per gallon or did you mean five gallons?


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A full quart per gallon or did you mean five gallons?


My bad, 1 qt per 55 gal drum
 
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I was about to say! Laughing Hard


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Originally posted by CURTIS REED:
Klotz Uplon in my opinion is the best. I mix a qt to a drum. If you mix too little then there is no reason to put it in. The Klotz doesn't have any scent to it while the car is running but when you shut down it does have a coating affect after the alcohol flashes off. I believe it helps keep the white stuff in carbs from forming as easily and helps protect the cylinder walls. JMO

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I’m just a mild build bracket guy going low 10s out here in the hot southwest. Been using Klotz for several years, a NASCAR guy told me years ago a half a bottle is good! After a few freshin builds I’m sold .


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x10 on curtis


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