I find this really astounding. If it's as good as this thread believes,
why was it not tested by a test company with impeccable credentials way
back? This would have put out the good news 40 years ago and the guy
would have made a fortune on it by now.
A similar product is being advertized on Quake radio (www.quake.com),
with claims for greatly reduced emissions and higher mileage. Ed Schultz
(Radio Guru) is one of the people pushing it. I asked the company that
sells it about testing and here is what I received:
"Thank you for your inquiry on CA 40g fuel additive. I forwarded your
question to the manufacturer and they supplied me with a test performed
by Northern California Diagnostics Laboratories, Inc. It is now on our
website. http://www.hydro-zoneinc.com/ca406.htm "
I would like to believe these claims but I need something really solid
before I spend any money on it.
I'm looking forward to your opinion.
When I had diesels (years ago) I used to run a bottle of techron
through them about every 4-5 tankfulls or about every oil change. It
seemed to keep the fuel system clean and increase pep, however I never
saw it as a cost savings.
Today I still run a bottle of techron through the cars (gasoline)
about once a year or every FSS oil change.
As far as Mercedes recommendations go, I believe they eschew
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