This review is one you do not want to miss
There's a secret I want to tell you! In advance of bringing the world to light a great secret pertaining to the product, I'd like to describe my experience using As long as I can remember, I have had fuel-injected cars, but have never been sure whether or not using high-octane gasoline to boost mileage is really worth it, either to get a cleaning effect once in a while or as much as possible. When I was a teenager, I used to keep track of my gas mileage manually, topping up the tank with gas, writing down the odometer mileage, then on the next fill-up checking again. Filling the tank up at the same pump and adding gas to the same level as previously, marking down the mileage again, and dividing the mileage (difference between both mileage points) by the amount of gas in gallons added to the tank just before. The first time I changed my tires, I took my gas mileage reading again after driving super conservatively (speed limit, slow lane, foot off the gas at the FIRST sign of a stop), versus my last tank on super old tires, then again after driving with super new tires. It is my experience, and may be a minority's, that this product does more than anything I have ever tried to boost gas mileage on the very first bottle, despite being billed as a fuel injector cleaner and carb treatment. The Toyota Camry I drive is a 2008 model. From the very first bottle of this product, my car was noticeable more responsive with the gas peddle, and I got five more miles per gallon. Although that might not mean that my tank is average, my Camry 2008 has a gauge that indicates how full the tank is. As I fill up the tank, I get both the DTE (Distance To Empty) and average MPG for the entire tank reset. For my 20 gallon tank, I used one bottle of this when I filled it with about 13 gallons of gas. It says it can treat tanks up to 21 gallons, but I filled my tank only to about a third capacity, and dumped in the entire bottle. To test whether there really is a difference, I wanted to make it a bit more powerful than a full tank. My tank was filling up to about 2/3, which I dumped this into, and then took off for my 1 hour commute done this a few times before, filling my tank, and hopping on the highway to go to work, and rarely, if ever, got more than about 33 MPG for the first hour of highway driving on a new tank full. Almost all of it is I was shocked the first time I poured this into my car and drove the hour to work, when I saw (and took a photo) In other words, it rose over the course of an hour, going from about 30 to 40 MPG. As a result, I was shocked and delighted. So I thought that I had "fixed" (cleaned) my fuel injectors so I would be able to get another 5 or 10 tankfuls from this procedure. It also turned out I paid less than $2 for this, and it got me another 80 miles per fill-up. We have no choice but to take this action With this product, it will save you several times the amount of gasoline compared to its price. *Bubble (half) burst On the next tank of gas, I did not use the treatment, and my mileage rapidly declined. I think I might have gotten 1 more MPG than usual, but it was hard to tell, but I started getting 35 MPG on my way to work I did not turn The first hour drive with a full tank of gas without using this product had been a disaster.
Then I got to thinking I ought to buy a case of this on Amazon, and use one every time I fill up, saving money on gasoline - unless this is harmful. The marginal calculation is not the same as the A no brainer for sure, so I took the risk.
This stuff is pretty awesome - I love it a lot As a regular user and proponent, I definitely see an increase in gas savings, I get 5 gallons for the price of 3 The highway mileage is at least 6 MPG higher, and the per tankful mileage is at least 3 MPG better It pays for itself more than every time I use a bottle, and I don't seem to be hurting my engine with continued use, so I've got a good habit going now. What you're about to hear is one of the most important secrets that could save your life or the life of someone you tell this to. There are hundreds of dollars involved! The following is not an advertisement My luck led me to find this, and I am hoping this free advice will be of help to My family and I used a leaf chipper/shredder machine from Yard Machines. The machine is a little one, it just cost a few hundred dollars, it has a small gas engine - it's a natural gas machine. A few years ago after regular use (in New England we hammer the leaves with this machine every fall to cut down on bags by over 50%), it no longer ran well at all. I replaced it with a used minibike engine that has five horsepower. The machine would run for a short time but could not remain operational, or it would work so slowly that it was no longer able to chip the branches or mulch the leaves. It was such a small engine that it didn't even have an air or gas The AIR filter was cleaned and a new spark plug installed, but it didn't make any difference. A new engine was out of the question and I was considering either buying a new one or having it serviced by a small engine repair shop to be rebuilt. My thoughts on this product were as follows Adding a half shot glass of this product to the tank as I filled it, I let it sit for a short time. I mean, holy cow! After letting it idle for just a few minutes, the engine "woke up" and started running like new again. The small engine of my car is now running like new! It was so unbelievable that I could hardly There is only a $1 charge for this bottle. After 50 shots and half a shot were added to my small engine, it again began to run like new. Like my car, I noticed that if I stopped using it on the next fill up, the engine returned to its usual state, so it didn't "fix" or clean the carb in order "restore" it to original state I have to use it every time I fill my There is no explanation as to why this product works wonders on small engines, but it seems as though my small engine probably needs a new carb, or a carb rebuild kit, but using this product has allowed me to keep the engine instead of having it rebuilt at a large cost. For small engines, the next proof will be A power washer that I had in its fourth year was in need of repair. After some time, it reached the point when the engine was gasping (going faster and slower), and was unable to operate the power washer at full strength The whole thing is pretty As expected, no adjustments were made, although I had replaced the spark plug and cleaned the air filter once again. The outcome was the same once again. In less than five minutes, I had my power washer working as if it had never been out of commission - I put half a shot glass of this product into the tank and filled it again. The machine runs smoothly and is fully powered My front-loading washer runs at full throttle most of the time. br>I wish I had come across this stuff when I received my gas-powered weed whacker a few years back. The fuel lines that were old and cracked were replaced, as was the spark plug. That engine did have a pair of gas/air set screws. My best efforts to set the parameters failed to get the thing to work. I played online with the options for days on end, but it never worked. In all my attempts I was able to do was start it up and have it run until it warmed up, then it would shut off. I was unable to locate the choke even though it was working perfectly. This was so old, and given to me by a friend, I would have had much better luck using this type of carb rebuild than I did with just throwing it away, as it was about 15 years old and given to me in good faith. I wish I would have tried this instead. I'll give you one more proof that small engines are good It was a chainsaw I was using A two stroke engine powered both the weed whacker and the strimmer Mixing the oil and gas together and adding to the gas tank is what you need to do. Small engines without a separate compartment for oil don't have separate oil reservoirs. I was given a Sears Craftsman chain saw by my dad. It was about 10 years old, but had only been used for one season, and was in perfect condition. There were cracks in the gas lines and the car wouldn't run. However, this one would not run at all even after replacing the gas lines The same thing happens Initially, the machine would choke, then shut off in order to keep running, but then it would begin to die as soon as it reached a certain temperature. The carb was rebuilt with a carb rebuild kit, and it has gotten nearly as good as new since then. The chainsaw started right up after I put some of this product into it as well as the gas/oil mixture. Our last downed trees were due to a hurricane. I used it to clean them up, and it was a breeze. Therefore, I can say I have had good success using this product as an additive in small engines, which I suppose would be called 2-. A stroke, and a 4 There are two types of engines those with and without separate oil fills. My John Deere riding lawn mower, which is 12 years old, still starts and runs perfectly after using this starter. If your gas engine is several years old and no longer runs very well, I highly recommend you do this not regularly on all your gas engines (cars, lawn mowers, chainsaws, power washers, everything), especially if your gas engine is older and not running very well. Not yet, even swapping the spark plugs - don't think about repairs because it's too early Try putting a few drops of this miracle treatment in, and watch the miracle work! I'd like you to refer to the attached PS The other similar gas treatments I've tried have not worked for me, either. Here are some quotes As an additive, this one provides a better mileage boost than STP's "gas mileage" additive. There is no such thing as a perfect fix, and this one was made to help The entire gem set Spread the word. Before you throw away your old gas engine, you might as well.
| Jun 25, 2021