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Old 11-12-2012, 07:18 PM
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Originally Posted by bmw-mania View Post

Nope.. re-read.

100% Acetone reduces the surface tension of fuel. (lowers HC)
Cleanup systems take a while to get out of the system... may impede accurate readings.

Please keep track of what you do, and post results.
acetone is fairly inexpensive, and, if it were such a great additive, i would figure it would already be something that would be added to the fuel.

i have serious doubts as to the effectiveness of this thing longterm, as well as the accuracy of the testimonials of people that have used this product as a way to increasae fuel economy and reduce emissions.

now, if exxon, bp, shell, et al, were to publish studies thatverified these claims, then i would believe it. however, at this point it sounds no better than a chemical turbonator.

and a proper running engine should have no issues with hc, or any other of the emissions...



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