Excellent. Been using for 1-1/2 years since truck was new. 2022 Kenworth with Cummins x15. Not one parked regen yet at 156k miles.
It’s works good
I add it to the fuel. My truck runs smoother and quieter and a little more on millage.I have no DEF on this Glider so I run it to keep everything clean.
I think it is great. As long as I use it I don't have any senser problems.
After 30+ years in the owner operator game, I finally found a product that really works. I am running a 95' 60 Series Detroit and found with a couple of years of on and off use, the catalyst works. My truck runs smoother and has a better responsiveness. I can feel the difference in performance! I haven't been able to measure any difference in fuel milage for this older platform. I would highly recommend this product for all engines especially newer emissions engines. Hope this helps
The 16oz measuring bottle makes it easy to add the right amount of Max Mileage to your fuel
Not at this time give me a call and I will tell you thanks
We are using the 16 oz measuring bottle and I really like it. I have made a bracket or found a holding location on all our trucks , so I can keep it out of the cab. It’s really convenient for us, we have route trucks and refill every day . Adding 50 gallons and measuring 2 ounce’s is very easy.
16oz Empty Measuring Bottle for Max Mileage
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Max Mileage - Fuel Borne Catalyst - 1/2 Gallon
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Keeps the bottom of the truck exterior clean and oil free. Bolts directly to the oil pan. Be sure to select your engine from the dropdown menu so you receive the correct bracket. Easy installation except you may need to drill holes in the provided bracket.
All internal combustion engines have blow-by, the higher the horsepower, the more blow-by that comes out of the breather tube. On a new engine, the blow-by will amount to about one cup of oil every 20,000 miles. Some of this oil ends up on the street and some of this oil gets on your tires. The majority of it gets stuck to the undercarriage of your truck. In 100,000 miles, five cups of oil have been sprayed to your undercarriage and of course the steering tires kick up the dirt from the road, which in turn sticks to the oil. Now your truck is filthy underneath and when you have to get under there whether for greasing, adjusting the clutch, changing the oil, adjusting the brakes, or repairing a leaking air line, you get dirty. This oil can be caught in a blow-by catch-can we call “the oil trap.” If you want the under carriage of your truck to stay clean.