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Old 18th September 2008, 01:14   #61
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Yes, It will work with Petrol cars too. See My thread for a comparative study: http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/access...ives-here.html
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Is MP6Ty still available, i tried calling the distributor in Mumbai but he says he has no clue to it. Can someone give me information on where it is available in Mumbai.
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ibm_jennifer : Do you have a Diesel car? ...
@ibm_jennifer, not only do we use the same fuel, we also use the same engine.

And to answer your questions, I have also done a ecu reset.

Btw, the sales rep tried to give me the usual gyaan about drop in FE being due to change in driving style, since the engine is now zippier ; and that the emissions will be better etc. But has disappeared after I countered him on the points he tried to use.
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Old 19th September 2008, 16:30   #64
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Guys an you provide the number for their distributor in Mumbai, the one that I got previously, this guy does not stock the tablets currently.

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Old 19th September 2008, 17:15   #65
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we also use the same engine.
I dont trust an ECUed engine as I know well about electronics.

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this guy does not stock the tablets currently.
man, Dont use this tablets. Try nanotech F2-21 Additive. Its better than MP6TY.
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ibm_jennifer : I dont trust an ECUed engine as I know well about electronics.
An explaination will help us all. Also, in relation to this particular situation.
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ibm_jennifer:

Can u pls let me know where I can get these additives in Chennai? I have a petrol car. Which additive would you recommend?

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Old 20th September 2008, 00:22   #68
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where I can get these additives in Chennai? I have a petrol car. Which additive would you recommend?
How much kms you crossed?
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How much kms you crossed?
Don't laugh at me for this. My car is only 5 months old & Ive done 4000 kms. It's a Hyundai Getz 1.3 GLS. I've got a best mileage so far of 11 kmpl with the AC turned on mildly (I adjusted the thermostat between the red & the blue markings). Without the AC, I got 13.5 kmpl. All drives are in city traffic. I know it's too early to expect a better mileage as my car is yet to undergo 2nd service (due next month) but I'm trying to push the mileage in the right direction. I've already got Iridium spark plugs but I'm waiting for the 2nd service to be over. Just wanted to know if these fuel additives would be able to give me a better mileage.

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No, they don't increase your mileage too much. You can expect just 0-2 km/l. Try MP6TY or Nanotech F2-21.
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No, they don't increase your mileage too much. You can expect just 0-2 km/l. Try MP6TY or Nanotech F2-21.
How much do they cost & where do I get them in Chennai? Pls give me contact number if possible. Would like to try them & see their effect.

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condor : Finally got down to using the MP6Ty. .... 12% Drop in FE. Regular IOC diesel..
The FE is returning back to normal, now that I have stopped using the MP6Ty additive pills.

1 pill for 60 litres regular diesel : 12% drop in FE. (as seen initially).

Refilled at half tank, so the resulting strength of the additive was half a pill for 60 litres (approx). The drop in FE has reduced by half (so now, I am about 6-7% below normal FE).

Smoke is better (lesser) now, and the engine starts at less than half a crank (was taking close to a full crank till a couple of days back.

Looks like the MP6Ty does not work for diesels. Inspite of all the stuff they wrote at the back of the packaging.
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Reviving a old thread.

Got MP6ty through one of my friend and tried it since last three tank full in my car, the mileage change is 1.5-2 kmpl(Tankfull to tankfull measurement) since I started using the product.
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Reviving a old thread.

Got MP6ty through one of my friend and tried it since last three tank full in my car, the mileage change is 1.5-2 kmpl(Tankfull to tankfull measurement) since I started using the product.
Can you please help me as from where your friend got it for you?
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Waking up an old thread. Does anyone know where to get MP6TY or nanotech in Hyderabad?
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