Q. Will using the Xtreme Fuel Treatment void the engine manufacturer’s warranty?
A. No, Engine manufactures cannot discriminate against the use of a fuel additive. Under the terms of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty act in the USA , engine manufacturers must take the position that the use of a fuel additive does NOT void the engine warranty unless it can be proven that the specific additive was the cause of the failure. Manufactures may assert that the use of certain additives may prove useful.
Q. How does Xtreme Fuel Treatment work?
A. Xtreme Fuel Treatment contains an oil soluble, organo-metallic compound which functions as a ‘burn rate modifier’ and a ‘catalyst’ to lower the ignition point of fuel in the combustion chamber. It reduces the temperature of the burn from 1200ºF to 800ºF which increases the length of the time of the fuel burn. This results in a more complete burn of the available BTU’s of the fuel. The product also causes a reduction in the fuel droplet size thatis injected into the combustion chamber, thus increasing the surface area available to be burned. This results in a more complete fuel burn, which adds horse power, increases mileage, reduces emissions and cleans the engine.
Q. What makes Xtreme Fuel Treatment different from all the other additives on the market?
A. Xtreme Fuel Treatment is a proven fuel treatment, used in the mining industry for the last 11 years. It is very concentrated; one gallon will treat 10,000 gallons of fuel. Not only does it have a combustion catalyst that will help increase fuel economy, Xtreme Fuel Treatment also has detergents, to remove harmful deposits from fuel pumps and injectors, lubricants to provide lubrication to pistons, fuel pumps, injectors and reduces friction, fuel stabilizers to prolong the life of stored fuel, polymerization retardant and dispersants to reduce sludge in fuel, rust and corrosion inhibitors to prevent fuel system corrosion and demulsifiers to help reduce water that forms in fuel.
Q. Can I use lower grades of fuel when using Xtreme Fuel Treatment?
A. The Xtreme Fuel Treatment formula allows you to use the lowest octane fuel without causing pings or lower engine performance.
Q. What happens if I put more Xtreme Fuel Treatment in my tank than is recommended?
A. Over treating will not cause any negative effects on your engine. However, you will not get better results by using more of the formula. The recommended treatment rate has proven to provide the best results.
Q. Do I need to add the Xtreme Fuel Treatment on an empty tank?
A. Xtreme Fuel Treatment is made to disperse quickly into your complete fuel tank; it does not matter if you add the additive on an empty tank or a full tank. However, it makes more sense to add the additive before you begin pumping your fuel.
Q. When I pour the additive into my tank, there seems to be some that sits on the metal flap of my gas tank inlet, what happens to that product?
A. The additive will only remain on the top of the inlet flap for a few seconds before seeping beyond the flap and down into the fuel tank. It is recommended that you add Xtreme Fuel Treatment before you begin to pump the fuel which helps disperse the additive throughout the fuel tank.
Q. What does the EPA registration mean?
A. In order to get an EPA registration, a product must pass a three phase tier test. The purpose is to ensure the quality of the additive being used in combustion engines. It does not mean that the EPA endorses the product.
Q. Will using your product damage my engine?
A. Xtreme Fuel Treatment has been specifically tested to ensure complete compliance with all standards and performance criteria. The product will not damage any engine.
Q. Is Xtreme Fuel Treatment classified as a hazardous material?
A. Xtreme Fuel Treatment is considered a non-hazardous material and can be shipped without specific hazardous warnings. The product MSDS (material safety data sheet) is available upon request. Medical treatment is necessary if product should be taken internally. Keep out of the reach of children.
Q. Can I use the instrument panel in my vehicle that shows ‘miles to empty’ and MPG as a true measurement?
A. Most computers in today’s cars and trucks show an average of savings and can be calculated in a number of different ways. It is advised, before using Xtreme Fuel Treatment, to get a true MPG base line, by dividing the number of miles traveled by the gallons of fuel used. Then, once the additive is used, revaluate the savings by the same method. If you pull a boat or trailer you may have to remove the positive battery connection to reset the computer to get an accurate reading on your instrument panel