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So there has been a lot of talk lately about Techtron and Lucas Upper Cylinder Lubricant(UCL) fuel treatment.

So i figured i do a bit of testing. Below is an example of the boroscope pictures i took:


Over the next several weeks/months i will be running UCL through the tank. Will do my best not to change my driving habits, and luckily back and forth to work is very stable mix of back roads, traffic, and highway speed. Car is always run with discount fuels(unfortunately) and will continue to use the same fuel to stay consistent.

My second car will also be doing the same test to validate results. I don't have any direction injection cars so no way to test that.

Stay tuned......


So i have run 20 tanks of fuel through the car. Filled up at the same station every time except for a trip to VT. See the picture below.....


Bottom Line: No noticeable improvement in fuel mileage. No added cleaning inside the combustion chambers.....or barely anything

Next Steps: Techtron Fuel Cleaner

Edited by clarksongli
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