Max Mileage Fuel Borne Catalyst is a liquid fuel additive that directly improves your engine’s combustion and efficiency. Enjoy more power, smoother and quieter engine operation, less DEF consumption, higher MPGs, and fewer regens. It works by accelerating the burn of diesel so more BTUs of heat are released earlier during the power stroke instead of being wasted as soot and high exhaust gas temperature. With Max Mileage, soot emissions are drastically decreased by 60%.
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Accelerates the burn rate of all shapes and sizes of diesel molecules so more BTU's of heat are released earlier during
the power stroke instead of being wasted as soot and high EGT. Max Mileage increases the thermal efficiency of any engine by 10% on average.
Once in the exhaust system, the catalyst continues working by burning soot at a much lower temperature, 750 degrees Fahrenheit compared to 1000 degrees (the normal ignition temperature for soot.
The proprietary formula is supplemented with a fuel injector cleaner that removes fuel injector coking deposits and prevents new deposits from forming. This is critical to maintaining factory-rated fuel economy by ensuring optimal fuel “atomization” and fuel injector spray patterns into the cylinder.
Max Mileage Fuel Borne Catalyst is a liquid fuel additive that directly improves your engine’s combustion and efficiency.
Things you need to know before you begin: You'll need a pair of gloves (nitrile, latex or rubber) and measuring device. Be careful not to let the catalyst touch your skin. Please use one of our approved measuring devices or if you want to use your own device, it should be glass or fluorinated plastic.
Dose at every fuel stop. Once you've filled the thanks, dose out the correct amount of catalyst for each tank. Measure out one ounce per every 25 gallons of diesel fuel. Use the back of the bottle for reference. For gasoline engines, the correct dosing is one ounce for every 30 gallons of fuel, or one ml per gallon. The catalyst is designed to mix itself. That's it!