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Any info on the use or not of Marvel Mystery Oil in the KLT ???
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Can you help me out on the amount or should I just follow directions on the container ?????
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Re: Marvel Mystery Oil

... A 35mm film can is right at an ounce... It's hard to transport over a week or more... keep the can in a ziploc bag along with the 35mm film canister..

Or, you can pour some into the fuel cap... I don't know how much volume is there...

The MMO works good for my bike.. I have taken to running some different stuff as I can get it in a "measuring" container...

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I use MMO in every vehicle I own. I put it in the gas.

Just follow the instructions on the can

It's a great fuel system cleaner.





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And along with a rabbit's foot, a gremlin's bell, or AMSOIL... whatever makes you feel good. LOL


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And along with a rabbit's foot, a gremlin's bell, or AMSOIL... whatever makes you feel good. LOL
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And along with a rabbit's foot, a gremlin's bell, or AMSOIL... whatever makes you feel good. LOL
Hey now! MMO is the best thing since Brown 25!

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... A 35mm film can is right at an ounce... It's hard to transport over a week or more... keep the can in a ziploc bag along with the 35mm film canister..

Or, you can pour some into the fuel cap... I don't know how much volume is there...

The MMO works good for my bike.. I have taken to running some different stuff as I can get it in a "measuring" container...
I use a StaBil gas treatment bottle cause it has a measuring spout on it.

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Been using it for over 20 years as a gas additive--along with "Tech***." I didn't want to say "Techron," cause I didn't want any moderator's panties to blow up! NEVER had a fuel system problem--including replacing injectors. I use one quart per tank every 3,000 miles. Works great on shop air tools, also.

Also, along with WD-40, I hear it makes a great grilling marinade.

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OK, I've got to ask...

Did anybody get the Brown 25 reference?

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I did, but kept it to myself. The Groove Tube was a cool movie for it's time.
I was just wondering...

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OK, I've got to ask....Did anybody get the Brown 25 reference?
Yes BUT we didn't want to go there....

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