i would not use anything on the 6.7. if it was a 5.9 and having to run ULSD i would just use the cheapest motor oil from wal mart. quart to 30 gallons of dieselAnybody out there been adding any of these to your fuel? Used it in the old diesels for the injectors. Have a new 08 6.7 and with all the new environmental help dont know if this will affect anything with the motor.
Cummins didn't sell you the truck, Dodge did. They are the ones you have to go after about warranty concerns. opcorn:First time diesel owner, and not the sharpest tool in the shed.
I was looking for help with fuel economy and performance without any warranty issues, so I decided to try Platinum Plus DFX, want to see if I can get the benefit as claimed by the manufacturer. It’s made by CDTI and they have a distribution agreement with Fleetguard. I contacted Cummins about warranty issues, their reply was “it will not void your warranty”, I got this in writing. I think the lower regeneration temperatures are a good thing, but what do I know. Anyone tried this product?
This is off CDTI’s website.
Platinum Plus DFX
3 - 8% fuel economy improvement on all engines, old and new.
10 - 20% particulate reduction alone, 30 - 50% when combined with an oxidizer.
HC and CO reduction of 10 - 30% alone; 50% when combined with an oxidizer.
Up to 95% particulate reduction when combined with a filter.
Lowers filter regeneration temperature to 300 - 350°C.
Cummins owns Fleetguard, so the Platinum Plus is probably what you saw.I read somewhere that Cummins has their own additive for the ULSD trucks and it is supposed to be great stuff. I haven't tried it though...