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  • 04-02-2011, 01:30 PM
    relaxalot
    I have seen a product called rxp gas kicker work in small engines. They have a web site with videos and test results. Do you think this is the same type of product. They claim 5% increase in hp.??? I know the product works well but have never used it in a large motor.
  • 04-02-2011, 01:03 PM
    ol guy
    Quote Originally Posted by 71hallett View Post
    This stuff is only available if someone would stop hoarding it. Just sayin. I think this stuff is a myth. lol
    I'm not a myth---- I"m mythter. Had to Throw it in. Now who could be buying it up to keep it of the market? Also why the high quanity for purchase? M
  • 04-01-2011, 05:33 AM
    71hallett
    Quote Originally Posted by ol guy View Post
    Thank you cstraub, just curious as to feuls previous and with the additive. I have a clue about toulene and other mixes that can really bump performance. I have stayed away from alot simply for the reason that they tend to have a wash cycle that will kill a set of rings and a cyclinder wall pretty qwick? Curious as to your'e thoughts on that area. M
    This stuff is only available if someone would stop hoarding it. Just sayin. I think this stuff is a myth. lol
  • 03-31-2011, 05:42 PM
    ol guy
    Quote Originally Posted by cstraub View Post
    110 octane in a 9 to 1 motor would kill it. No, same fuel from the local station was used. This engine is what is referrered to as the "Charger Series Crate Engine". It is a 30 over 350 with Eagle Sir Rods, flat top Eutectic pistons, stock heads off of '99 year model SBC. Cam is 204/212.
    Thank you cstraub, just curious as to feuls previous and with the additive. I have a clue about toulene and other mixes that can really bump performance. I have stayed away from alot simply for the reason that they tend to have a wash cycle that will kill a set of rings and a cyclinder wall pretty qwick? Curious as to your'e thoughts on that area. M
  • 03-31-2011, 07:00 AM
    cstraub
    Quote Originally Posted by ol guy View Post
    I am very curious as to the first pulls on a premium pump feul and if it was done with a 110 octane after? Before the additive! M
    110 octane in a 9 to 1 motor would kill it. No, same fuel from the local station was used. This engine is what is referrered to as the "Charger Series Crate Engine". It is a 30 over 350 with Eagle Sir Rods, flat top Eutectic pistons, stock heads off of '99 year model SBC. Cam is 204/212.
  • 03-30-2011, 08:54 PM
    LiquidTherapy
    I sent them an e mail to see about trying some

    Thanks
  • 03-30-2011, 04:50 PM
    cordog009
    What would this do for those of us who have to run race fuel..110-116 octane?
  • 03-30-2011, 04:13 PM
    ol guy
    Quote Originally Posted by cstraub View Post
    A a few months ago I was approached about a product that did "amazing" things. Like all this stuff I took it with a grain of salt. Well he showed up last friday and I got some samples. The HP Boost sample was very interesting. I had a customer with an engine on the dyno so I went there imediately after lunch. A SBC 9 to 1 Crate engine for circle track. He has built about 22 of these and this one was no different at 360HP. We A B A with 2 pulls each. With 1 oz of the stuff to 3 gallons of Super Unleaded it yielded 23HP/21#/ft of torque. Needless to say I was impressed.

    The 2nd item is what they call No. 7. It is for routine use and one of its properties is fuel stabilzation along with cleaning and lubricating the fuel system. This is to be used in Diesel, Gas, and 2 stroke applications.

    I need a few volunteers to try the No. 7. I have "tested" it and will say that it will take the pinging out of a car.

    PM me.
    I am very curious as to the first pulls on a premium pump feul and if it was done with a 110 octane after? Before the additive! M
  • 03-30-2011, 06:50 AM
    cstraub
    The Nexus website is up and running

    Nexus Fuel Products
  • 02-26-2011, 02:04 PM
    78Kona

    Diesel formula

    I have a C-15 Acert Cat in a 2005 Peterbilt 379. I pull unbaffled tanker coast to coast and border to border. It is rated at 550 HP and 1850 torque. Now if you know truck engines you know my fuel mileage SUCKS.
    I have run the diesel formula for 6000 miles and the results speak for themselves.
    Berfore: After:
    5.25 loaded 6+ loaded
    6.25 empty 7+ empty

    This stuff costs me less than a penny a mile and gives me back .05 to .08 per mile. Not a bad return on my investment.
    I am interested in my next oil sample but I will be adding this to every gallon of fuel I run.
    Alan
  • 02-25-2011, 09:25 AM
    mdsheppie
    Quote Originally Posted by mdsheppie View Post
    suddenly this stuff new bs no way can it do anything NO WAY.
    Crap I posted a moronic statement without reading from the beginning Sorry...
  • 02-25-2011, 08:59 AM
    getrdone

    Mistery oils????

    Remember, the guy who sold the "PET ROCK " made millons. Had too many rocks in his driveway. Came up with the idea, drunk at the bar. Think about it?
  • 02-24-2011, 08:54 AM
    Shaun
    Chris, not sure if you have any left but my buddy is planning to dyno his very mild 467... Basically my old motor but with untouched 048 heads. I'll let you know for sure when he gets closer to running it.
  • 02-23-2011, 05:26 PM
    gn7
    Quote Originally Posted by mdsheppie View Post
    suddenly this stuff new bs no way can it do anything NO WAY.
    The problem with anything is, it implies "nothing at all". Thats a pretty strong statement. But, it is exactly the words used by some the guys at INDY right after the war when a representitive from the Ethyl Corp. was peddling TEL. Of course, those same guys, that didn't buy into it, were standing in line at the very next race. Because some racers at INDY did buy into it. AND KICKED THEIR RESPECTIVE ASSES. It must have done something. How good was it. Within just a couple of years it was in every gallon PREMIUM fuel pumped at every station in the country. My grandparents went to their graves refering to premium gas as ETHYL. Soon, it was in every gallon of gas, regardless of the grade. Then, the hammer dropped and we only see it in, of all things, RACE GAS. And pay dearly for the stuff. Any idea how little TEL costs, and how little is required?

    It doesn't have to be black magic or voodoo. And it doesn't require much "stuff"
    Is called science, or better yet "chemistry"

    Lets take this stuff for example: It is non flammable, contains no petroleum, not listed as a hazardous material and is UPS shipable as a non hazardous liquid. Its as different from NOS's octane booster as day is from night.

    LINK: power booster????


    If I was running an E85 engine this, or the stuff Chris is talking about, or something very very similar, which I mentioned in a similar post, does exist.
    Would I run it in an E85 motor because it increases octane? Of course not! Would I run it because it increases power? Nope. That would only be the result of why I would run the stuff. But I assure you, it would be in every tank full.



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