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I came across this information from someone and wondered if anyone has had any expierence or used it before. The claims are well........click the link and see for yourself. What do ya think?
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The Enviro Max online site is not very informative but there is another product from Chevron called PurEscape that may be similar. At least their claims for the product are similar! You could probably buy it right over the counter at your auto parts store.
 

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I have been hearing about another product called fitch fuel catalyst. This is not an additive but rather a fuel filter of some sort that supposedly does the same thing. It costs about 300 for a hemi. I looked into it but had not heard anything else about it except the magazine ad (where I saw it originally) and what the website said. Kind of wanted some independent verification of its effectiveness. www.fitchfuelcatalyst.com
 

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nlholcomb said:
I have been hearing about another product called fitch fuel catalyst. This is not an additive but rather a fuel filter of some sort that supposedly does the same thing. It costs about 300 for a hemi. I looked into it but had not heard anything else about it except the magazine ad (where I saw it originally) and what the website said. Kind of wanted some independent verification of its effectiveness. www.fitchfuelcatalyst.com
The Fitch drop in's have been used in snowmachines for years. I've never used them myself, but the guys that do say they work well. They are sold here in AK at most snowmachine shops.
 

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Do the guys who use them report improved economy...more power...both? That is what the website claims...but I am hesitant to believe it until I see it. Also does anyone have these on a car or truck?
 

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it is definitely possible with a metallic or organometallic catalyst. with that said, i would put my faith more in the fitch fuel catalyst because catalysts, by definition, are not consumed in a process (though some is lost to inefficiency). maybe i could get one of my buddies to take a look at a fuel sample treated with the fitch catalyst in a GC/MS.

ok. i am a nerd and i am going to go study some more.
 

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ppp1182 did you find anything else out about it?
 

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like i said, it is chemically possible; however, the catalysts tend to be relatively expensive and fairly specific. all this means is that you have to be using the right organometallic with the right set of molecules to be really efficient. i did a lit search through the American Chemical Society and found some pretty positive information on the work going on in this field, along with some tests of marketed products, but none were named outright. i think i am going to ask one of my old professors who works in this field to shed some light on the subject.
 

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Cool, thanks for doing the research. I would but I really have no idea about catalysts and "organometallic" molecules. I just know if there is something that will save me money I am interested.
 
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