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My Snap-On dealer stopped by the other night to exchange a couple of worn out sockets for me and he brought up Fitch Fuel Catalysts after asking me about fuel for Isabel (to which I responded that I have hardened exhaust seats installed and stainless valves). He swears by them. Think he said that the system increases octane by 3 points (although I did not read that in the literature I have briefly looked at thus far). Edit: Yes, it does say something along those lines, here: http://www.fitchfuelcatalyst.com/downloads.cfm He also mentioned that using the system you do not need to use Stab-Bil when storing fuel. Me, I feel kind of odd about dropping a bunch of little lantern-looking cartidges into my fuel tank to roll and bang around. They do have an inline version at considerably more cost.

Anyone with any tech or experience to share?

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/AVP-FFB08/

Regards,

Bob
 

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Here's a question for the community. Has anyone seen any seemingly credible way to separate the ethanol that is being added to gasoline?
 

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Here's a question for the community. Has anyone seen any seemingly credible way to separate the ethanol that is being added to gasoline?
Sorry to get political, but the only way is to eliminate the subsidies for Ethanol and change the EPA regulations requiring the percentages.
 

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Gas prices go up, dubious fuel-"saving" devices come out of the woodwork. Watch for: putting acetone in fuel,other additives (i.e. Techron or similar), cow magnets, magic pills, Fitch catalysts, Tornado inlet tract devices etc etc ad nauseum. Put 'em all on and carry a bucket to catch the fuel pouring out of your fill pipe.
 
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