the only time valves look like this is when the engine is new. Not 250,000 miles. There is only two entities that make any money from the sales of refined liquid petroleum fuels. The refiners who make them and the governments who tax them. For very different reasons neither the refiners or the government want you, me or anybody else to get better fuel economy. On the contrary they want it to get worse
This car had 250,000 plus miles on it. Carbon deposits steal your fuel economy. when somebody tells you their fuel economy went up by 50 miles per tank. Well nobody can improve fuel economy 1 centilla more than the manufacturer promised on the day they sold it new. Marks 50 mile per tank gain was no gain. It was a restoration
these are borescope videos from Mark Salvisberg world renowned superbike racing tuner. I gave him some Oxytane and a couple days later he called and asked me what was going on ? His fuel economy was markedly improved. I went over later that week with a borescope and took these videos. Mark had said he had to work at it hard to get his car to get 350 miles per tank. After using Oxytane he was getting 300 miles per tank without working at it. We did not know at the time that car when it was sold new in 1990 got 300 miles per tank. Mark bought the car used. and had no idea how much fuel economy it had lost
when one views this video it is very obvious that gasoline with no air in it does a terrific job of keeping the engine clean. I wonder how many people in the automotive industry realize that the fuel system on every engine ever built throughout history has a poorly designed failed and broken hydraulic system being used as a mislabeled fuel system. Making significant contributions to dissolved and entrained air in the gasoline
This is a comparison of Petroleum diesel fuel compared to HVO/Renewable diesel fuel. Note how the petroleum fills the bottle like beer. Lots of foam. This is petroleum absorbing atmospheric air. Note the renewable diesel does not foam. Does not absorb atmospheric air. Renea\wable diesel fuel is superior to petroleum because it does not absorb air
This is a 1997 Ford Thunderbird 4.6 engine with 165,000 miles on it. It has run thru one tank of ARCO regular unleaded with Oxytane in the fuel. One can see how the improved solvency of the gasoline with no dissolved or entrained air cleaned out the carbon deposit accumulation. If I did not know better, I would swear these heads just came out of a machine shop
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Category Auto & Vehicles
Ox-Cetane is a chemically inert fuel additive that adds nothing to the fuel chemically. Its only function is to improve the air release properties of refined petroleum diesel fuel and gasoline. Refined petroleum diesel fuel and gasoline absorb and desorb atmospheric air. Meaning they can absorb up to 12% air. This is documented as dissolved and entrained air. This is a very elastic event. This dissolved and entrained air along with emission control systems, engine oil volatility, duty/driving cycle and maintenance schedules work in concert to create carbon deposit accumulations in your engine as you drive over time. These deposits rob your engine of engine performance, fuel economy and contribute to premature emissions. One does not notice this as modern engine controllers that run your engine are maintaining drivability, Modern cars are equipped with a check engine light when something is wrong. Most of the time carbon deposits do not set-off the check engine light. Carbon deposits do however, cause carbon misfire and this robs you off fuel economy and engine performance. When Ox-Cetane/Oxytane is added to the fuel it improves the air release properties and the dissolved and entrained air leave the fuel. This means the fuel delivered to the injectors will have significantly improved solvation properties. This fuel cleans out the carbon deposits restoring the engine performance, fuel economy and emission profiles.
Because the fuel has less air in it the energy content of the fuel is slightly improved.