Will FuelLIFT hurt my engine?

 No, FuelLIFT has been rigorously tested at Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) and all results were positive. In fact, some of the results showed a small decrease in engine wear and carbon residue. Also, although we have never had a claim, we do carry liability insurance in the event of adverse engine wear. 


What about storage?

The optimal storage for FuelLIFT is in a cool dark place preferably below 70 degrees F. With our new and improved formulation, the shelf life of the product is now up to five years. When subjected to high temperatures and excessive light the product can degrade more quickl

What happens if you put in too much FuelLIFT?

 We have had mixed results with excessive FuelLIFT put in the tank. Sometimes the performance drops but there is no additional benefit from adding more. We strongly recommend following our ratio of 1 : 8,000 (or 1 ounce of FuelLIFT to 64 gallons of diesel fuel). 


Is FuelLIFT EPA approved?

According to the EPA we are classified under “Small Business Development” which allows us to sell under Research and Development as long as we keep log sheets. We are in the EPA approval process

Does it affect cetane?

No, FuelLIFT does not affect cetane either positively or negatively.

Is FuelLIFT like other additives?

FuelLIFT is added to fuel. However, that is where we separate ourselves from other fuel additives. We have been laboratory tested in world class facilities and under real world conditions with industry leading partners and the results have been nothing short of amazing. Secondly, FuelLIFT bonds to the fuel at the molecular level so it won’t settle out. Third, we are a non-toxic, organic solution providing safe handling and cleaner emissions.


Can you really drink FuelLIFT?

Actually yes, you can safely drink FuelLIFT because it is completely organic and contains no toxic ingredients or chemicals. We don’t recommend using it as a beverage, however!

Does FuelLIFT work in gasoline?

 While we have seen some instances of increase in efficiency and reduced emissions with gasoline engines, we are not currently marketing FuelLIFT for that application until further R&D has been completed. 

Does it add lubricity?

 FuelLIFT’s purpose is not to add lubricity and increase efficiency through decreased friction, it is a combustion enhancer and the increase in efficiency comes from the piston. 

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