2 stroke with dpf

dannyboygti

Registered User
afternoon chaps, question regaurding 2 stroke into a vehicle with dpf as seeing mixed reviews on this being okay and not being okay can anyone confirm this with there own results

Dose it cause problems or not

Thanks
 

max69vk

Active Member
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Yep it works, and the engine seems to run smoother with it too. Not sure if it's the most cost effective thing to do though.
 

phil miller

Registered User
Yep it works, and the engine seems to run smoother with it too. Not sure if it's the most cost effective thing to do though.


I havent tried it in my 170, but 200ml to a tank full in my 1.9 passat made it sound better, start better and run better
 

hollows wife

Registered User
use it on the newer cr engine ,seem to get less smoke when dpf removed and a slight increase in fuel economy.
 

Gazwould

Registered User
All makes sense because 2 stroke adds lubrication , detergents and raises Cetane number for better ( less ignition delay) combustion .
 

OliA3

Registered User
Funny, checked the Audi owners manual from front to back, it didn't mention anywhere about adding 2 stroke oil to the fuel........... just saying :whistle2:
 

Gazwould

Registered User
Audi owners manual won't tell you alot of things like changing the gearbox oil cause it's some kind of snake oil "life fluid".

That the dpf is not fit for purpose .

And how bad LongLife servicing intervals are.
 

NotNormal

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Audi class "life" fluids as the period of time the car is warrantied for ..... So 3 years 60,000 miles.

Certain vehicles have a gearbox oil service schedule, if you look in there service books, like A6 C6 Allroad
 
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