The 8 Things You Need to Know About Fuel Factor X

1. What is the correct Fuel Treatment Ratio of FFX?

The treatment ratio is the ratio of FFX to fuel. The higher the treatment ratio, the more fuel you need to use. The treatment ratio for FFX is between 1:5,000 and 1:10,000. This means that for every 5,000 or 10,000 parts of fuel you use, you will need one part of FFX. The higher the octane number, the more energy it takes to ignite the fuel. This is why high-octane fuels are used in high-performance engines. Heavy fuels will have a lower treat ratio compared to No. 2 diesel, ethanol, or 83-89 octane fuels because they have a lower octane rating.

2. Is this going to void or affect my warranty?

Fuel Factor X is a revolutionary additive that will not void the warranty on fuel powered vehicles (see ASTM D975) and MyDailyChoice has insurance in place to cover any claims that might occur while using Fuel Factor X.

3. How do I use Fuel Factor X?

The first few tanks of gas are the most important. You should double-dose your first 2-3 tanks and then use one dose per fill-up after that. This will help to ensure that your FFX treatment will have the maximal effect. If you are using a generator then you should double dose for the first 3-5 fill-ups. Each product (foil packs, or bottles) will come with FFX dosage guidelines that should be followed.

4. If I want to lower emissions can I use FFX to do so?

Fuel Factor X uses what is called “sandwich compounds” also called organometallic compounds. These compounds are known as burn rate modifiers and are used in fuels of all types. This compound is the active ingredient which helps to reduce emissions. This is a result of the reduced combustion ignition delay resulting from the organometallic compounds present in FFX. Other benefits of the sandwich compounds found in FFX include the removal of carbon build up. This reduction of carbon can help to increase engine life and fuel economy and is a large factor in the reduction of emissions resultant as a byproduct of treating your fuel with FFX.

5. How does FFX assist with engine lubrication?

Low sulfur fuel and low lubrication are the two main factors that can cause engine failure. Low lubrication is caused by the lack of oil in the engine and a lack of sulfur in the fuel. The risks of these two factors are that they can cause engine failure, which will lead to a lot of money being wasted on repairs or even worse, a car accident. FFX contains high-performance lubricants which help to improve the performance and longevity of your engine. It is designed to provide maximum protection against wear and tear, while also reducing friction.

6. Can I be sure that FFX will not damage my engine or other parts of my car?

FFX is a fuel-based additive that can be used to increase the octane rating of gasoline and other fuels. Fuel Factor X has been tested by and is in compliance with a number of standards associations including the ASTM, which is a global organization that develops and publishes voluntary consensus standards for materials, products, systems, and services.

7. How will the ongoing use of FFX impact the frequency and duration of maintenance, or engine life expectancy?

FFX is a non-toxic, biodegradable rust and corrosion inhibitor. It will help stop iron oxide from forming and protect metal substrates from left over water corrosion. Our detergent will help you clean your fuel tank, fuel line, pump and injector. Our lubricity agent will also prevent dirt and gumming up of your fuel system. FFX engine additives also help increase the lifetime of valves, pistons, and other engine parts. FFX also reduces carbon build-up in your engine, which can dissipate performance because your pistons need a clean surface to finish their movement.

8. How long will it take to see improvements in fuel efficiency?

Fuel economy is a measure of how much fuel a car uses to travel a certain distance. It is measured in miles per gallon (mpg). There are many factors that aid in increasing the average miles per gallon your car is able to achieve. The most important ones are the weight of the car, the engine size, and the aerodynamics. The length of time that you need to use FFX before seeing results may vary. Many factors play a role, such as the age of your vehicle and how well it has been maintained. However, in all cases, Fuel Factor X is scientifically engineered to always produce the same reliable results when properly applied.