If you’ve noticed that your car isn’t delivering peak performance anymore, it’s time to consider using a fuel additive or fuel system cleaner. You see, over time, all engines lose performance and fuel economy. Much of this is due to the impact of fuel on key engine parts. Even high-quality fuel produces carbon deposits during combustion. These deposits build up on engine parts, limiting their performance. Fuel also contains ethanol, which attacks metal surfaces and allows water to have a more corrosive impact.
Gumout Multi-System Tune-Up uniquely treats the entire fuel system with a scientifically formulated blend of premium cleaning and conditioning agents to restore performance and fuel economy in any engine type, from your car to your lawn mower powered by gas, ethanol, diesel and oil. And best of all, you can do this in one easy step the next time you’re filling up your gas tank!
It’s hard to argue with the Science of Gumout, so I decided to give this a try on my 2011 Subaru WRX. Sure, some might say that a late-model car like mine shouldn’t need a fuel additive this early in its life, but I look at it as preventative maintenance to ensure that my car performs in tip-top condition for the long haul. Plus, I’ve noticed that the car doesn’t have the breakneck pull it once had, so why not clean things up and see if I can get that rush of acceleration once again?
Now, it’s important to understand how Gumout’s Multi-System Tune-Up works, and how it differs from other fuel additives on the market. You see, the intense heat of the combustion chamber can make important engine parts like piston tops and cylinder heads difficult to clean. While many fuel additives burn up before cleaning these hard-to-reach parts, the PEA (polyether-amine) used in Gumout remains stable, easily withstanding the 495-degree heat.
PEA breaks the bonds between carbon deposits and engine parts, removing them from the fuel system. The result is cleaner piston tops and cylinder heads, as well as a cleaner combustion chamber. This reduces hot spots that can lead to pre-ignition and reduced combustion efficiency. PEA also cleans other vital parts of the fuel system, such as fuel injectors, intake valves and ports, for maximized performance and fuel economy. Once deposits have been removed, PEA bonds to the metal surface of engine parts to prevent future buildup.
But cleaning is only part of the story. Gumout Multi-System Tune-Up features a wider range of conditioning ingredients as well. Antioxidants help stabilize fuel and oil, particularly in engines that are used less often, to keep varnish from developing on metal parts. And corrosion inhibitors keep key engine parts from degrading, helping to extend engine life.
Still don’t believe me? Check out this video from Scotty Kilmer:
Simply put, cleaner, better conditioned engine parts means better performance. So isn’t it about time you give your engine the tune-up it deserves? Pick up a bottle of Gumout Multi-System Tune-Up today, your engine will thank you!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Gumout. The opinions and text are all mine.