Alcor TCP Fuel Treatment

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1 month 2 weeks ago #3523 by Ronald Pogatchnik
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I have used itfor 5 years in my 1960 182C w/ 0470L. Have not had any issues with bladders

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1 month 3 weeks ago #3518 by BRIAN GODFREY
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I have used tcp for 25 years with success in my c172 with O300 engine to prevent lead build up on spark plugs and exhaust valves. using 100ll fuel. My understanding it was developed by our Air Force to prevent lead issues with their piston engines in 1950s and 1960s. ..& 100 - 130 octane Anyone know if Air Force planes of those eras used fuel bladders ? How about Cessna 182, 180, 185 experience?

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1 month 3 weeks ago #3517 by Lyle Mann
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In visiting with various people at The Gathering, some suggested that it might be a good idea to use Alcor TCP fuel additive in our Cessna 182A with the O-470L engine. After ordering some from Aircraft Spruce, I started to wonder if it might damage the fuel bladders. I would welcome any thoughts or experience with this additive.

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