-Ok this morning I filled up my tank to maximum, resettled my KM counter.
-I drove 96.1 KM (to work and back) today, until I filled up my tank to the maximum again.
-It cosseted me 10 Euro at 1.45 Euro a liter.
Now I will calculate:
10/1.45 = 6.9 Liter (round)
110/6.9 = 15.95 KM per Liter
My car normally runs 1:10, I did not expect this! AMAZING!
It is now 1:15.95 an amazing 59% more mileage, I don't know how this is possible, this can't be?? I did put +- 150 ml acetone on my full tank 45
liter. I did not measure exactly, there is no point in that anyway since you never drive the same.
My car can't run 1:15.95 normally..... 1:10 1:12 Maybe if I really do everything to save fuel (Like turning off engine, accelerate slowly and let the
car roll a lot)
Ok, so I have the car 2 days I don’t know and I never measured consumption without acetone, but this car is not supposed to run 1:15.95 its 1:12
maximum under ideal circumstances. (According to the manual)
Fair is fair, 22 years ago the fuel and oil quality did not compare with the oils and fuels we use today. (Containing Teflon world’s most slippery
substance and things like that)
So part of my increase in mileage also come from better fuels/oils. But I still feel my engine runs better with then without acetone. It definitely
cleans the engine!
It can't be a shrinking tank either, because it's steel.
So I won’t jump to conclusions, but will continue using a little acetone.
I will try this experiment again some day, with no acetone, but I need to get the tank empty first, that wont be hard
But if my milage would drop to 1:10/1:11 again, I will be using acetone for ever!
Hey Australian dude, what whas the brand/type of the car with melting tanks?? I will make sure I never buy one, if the acetone proves its worth!