A quick Google turned up
"From the Techron press release: "...Techron additive was derived from
Techroline, the additive previously used in Chevron gasolines. Techron is an
even more effective mixture of compounds that fight deposits in an engine's
intake system, and is added to Chevron gasolines at a higher dose than the
Techroline additive. Like Techroline, Techron does not contribute to
combustion chamber deposits."
So it looks like Techron is the new and improved Techroline.
No it doesn't. Re-read the release. Specifically; "previously used in
Chevron gasolines". And, that Techron "is added to Chevron gasolines at a
higher dose than the Techroline additive". Which is what happens when you
add a can of Techron to your gas tank. It's then a higher dose than Chevron
used to add to their gas.
On Sat, 27 Nov 2010 18:33:15 -0500, "ah" <ahatnsdapdotcom> wrote:
used in Chevron gasoline, but has been replaced with Techron - which
is also available as an additive, and just happens to be used in a
higher concentration in the gasoline sold with Techron in it than
tecroline was when techroline was the product of the day.
Techron is added to Chevron, Caltex, and Texaco gasolines.
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