True strength comes from within, particularly when it comes to classic
If we think of the engine as the heart of your
The additive has two main effects:
The protective effect
The fuel additive forms a protective layer between metal and fuel. This is a gentle process that protects the tank and fuel system against corrosion and deposits – even the areas that are not covered by the fuel, such as the air zone in the fuel tank. Special molecules in the additive form a corrosion protection layer throughout the fuel system, thus ensuring an optimal level of protection. Condensation that has already formed in the fuel system is bonded by the chemical elements and does not cause any damage.
The figure shows part of a fuel cap with and without using the
Possible impact of not using the additive:
If your classic cars are left stationary for extended periods of up to seven months, condensation can form in the fuel system. This condensation can cause various components within the fuel system to corrode. The components of the fuel with a low boiling point can evaporate, resulting in a sticky residue on the carburettor and injectors, as well as on the electric pump. After the vehicle is left stationary for long periods, the engine may no longer start, may jolt or may not fire on all cylinders.
What amount of additive is recommended?
The 300 millilitres of
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