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Re: Techron kerosene?

Sorry, my mistake in a rush to get to class.

It said: kerosene and Techron are basically the same and do the same job 
(I doubt this). I
would be very hesitant to use kerosene in my engine.Anyone ever had tried
this? I would think that it wouldn't burn very clean and may not be a good
thing for injectors in gas engines. It was on a miata or some junk like
that site.

*Steve                                             Sachelle Babbar
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On Wed, 24 Feb 1999, Andrew Duane USG wrote:

> Hairy green toads from Mars made Sachelle Babbar say:
> > I was surfing the web and searched for tTechron. I got a string off of
> > another list that said that Kerosene and techron are the same thing and
> > can be used? I wanna know for sure.
> Techron is not kerosene.
> Techron is Naphthalene and something else.
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