I was introduced to Fuel Maximizer a couple months ago by a friend,
Jeff B., who owns an automotive repair shop in Costa Mesa - Newport Mesa Auto. At
the time, my wife's 1999 Volvo S70 had failed a required California smog
test twice, despite being well maintained, and properly tuned. After putting
my car on his smog test equipment, he confirmed the results of the previous
I was baffled by these test failures and faced an unknown course of
action to try and resolve the problem. I pictured an O2 sensor replacement, even
a catalytic converter replacement. Visions of many hundred dollar bills
disappearing out of my wallet floated through my mind.
Jeff suggested we use Fuel Maximizer in a tank full of gasoline. I had
never heard of it, but trusted his judgment. After adding one ounce of Fuel
Maximizer to a full tank, I drove the vehicle about 5 miles, and
returned for a second run through the test equipment.
The next day I went to the "test only" style station I was required to
use, and the results were remarkable. To paraphrase the test operator, he
said my 1999 Volvo was one of the cleanest running vehicles he has ever
tested. HC was on par with a brand new vehicle. NOX, and CO registered "0".
As I see it, that one ounce of Fuel Maximizer saved me well over $500 in
I have a couple of other vehicles, including an older Mercedes Roadster,
and I will be running Fuel Maximizer in all of them.
I would describe myself as a certified car nut, and I am probably a better
than average mechanic. I have never used a product that had such a dramatic
effect on the performance, fuel efficiency, and of course, resulted in
such a dramatic reduction in measured exhaust gases.
Fuel Maximizer is a truly an amazing product. If you would like, I would
be happy to provide copies of the before and after test results.
Very truly yours,