Surely you engine will fall apart when you trie.... bla bla bla Your carburetor will fall apart bla bla
NOT, you must be very unlucky if it does...... It does get cleaned out better, but fail??
C’mon I’m not buying any of that.
Shell x55 (Acetone, because we know it has been acetone, else a tank would not melt) fuel might have molten a fuel tank, but surly the engines they
tested it on, before public release also had carburetors. They did not melt, else Shell would never have marked the product. And surely even Shell
tested on real cars!
No the melting fuel tank has been an unlucky product! Not the fuel!
I read, on a site about WWII about Germans putting Acetone in fuel to increase bombers mileage on their way to England!
This site had nothing to do with fuel, a war historical site more.
Let me tell you about Germans, I live next to them here in Holland; They do their research, and they do it thorough and precise!
They would never have put it in a bomber, before being 100% sure it works!
If the German army knew it worked, I know it works! They were not going to risk expensive bombers and bombs on something potentially risky. And they
did fly propeller based aircraft with engine, so no jets or anything the principle and mechanics of such an engine is the same as any engine.
Acetone won’t harm it is not corrosive, you have no rubber in your engine, and 99,99% you have no melting fuel tank either. There are no rubber ring
in an engine that can melt away, how could there be??? The would burn/melt from the heat!
Maybe a 25 cent fuel hose, but in a car even the fuel passes through a metal pipe and not a hose in most cases. My car does not even have a fuel hose
I think. In a car normally it’s all; metal, fuel pump included!
This means the acetone will only come in contact with metal, and the sealing rings made of pressed leather or pressed and oiled cardboard. The will
never solve, and if they would become a little thicker, they would just seal better.
There just is nothing out there that can be harmed by acetone. The only thing would be the floater in your carburetor…… No one has seen it happen
with a 0.2 - 0.3% solution.
What is good enough for Shell (now a fact since I have seen it on TV) even when they abandoned the product and good enough for WWII German army. Also
Is good enough for me!
Those negative responses.... U guys payed by some sheik? Or you just like to waist good money? Fuel is Euro 1.45 a liter here, driving acetone 1 year
allows me to buy a new car from the cash saved!