A catalyst that ignites fuel at a lower temperature, providing a longer, more complete burn of the fuel.
Reduces friction from pistons, pumps, and injectors, which would ultimately wear down the engine, therefore prolonging the engine’s working life.
Cleans and maintains injectors, as well as the rest of the fuel system, so the engine works as efficiently as possible.
Reduces solids that form in the fuel tank and keeps the engine clean, prolonging the life of all engine parts.
Removes and prevents rust in the fuel system, keeping it running efficiently.
Helps separate water from fuel. A single drop of water can cause an injector to fail and damage the entire engine.
Stabilizes fuel to keep it from breaking down or deteriorating, and gives fuel a longer shelf life.
XFT contains a proprietary combustion catalyst and burn rate modifier to achieve optimum engine performance. Safe for all combustion engines and fuel oils.
You don’t need to be nervous to use XFT. In fact, many owner’s manuals actually direct you to use a fuel additive to combat the negative side effects of things like ethanol and poor fuel quality, and to make your engine last longer. XFT won’t affect your warranty either. (XFT doesn’t change the specs of fuel, so it can’t affect the warranties.)
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What if people don’t see any improvement in fuel economy right away?