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Bell's Best of the Blog - November

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At the conclusion of each month, Bell Performance presents the best of the Fuel Additives for Better Performance blog - your guide to catching up on the most popular and helpful articles from the last month.

If you missed any of the articles from November, here are some highlights you may be interested in:

A Dirty Engine Cuts Your Gas Mileage - You may know that injector deposit make your engine less efficient, but dirty deposits can also affect your mileage through your oxygen sensor. But it's an easy fix.

Slipping & Sliding and Did You Know There's Water In Your Diesel? - Two blogs for diesel users. Water is the #1 reported problem with diesel fuel and you want to get rid of it if you can. It's also important to have proper lubricity in diesel fuel to prevent costly problems.

3 Parts To Check For Better Gas Mileage - Checking on the health of three simple parts can save you lots of gas in the long run.

EPA Mileage Ratings For New Cars? Hard To Get - You drive away a new car expecting 35 mpg. But you're probably not going to get that. Here's why.

If you missed any of those (or just want a refresher), just follow these links to the articles on the Bell Performance blog.

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This post was published on November 29, 2012 and was updated on May 21, 2019.