I just bought the Zmax Fuel and Engine Additive to give it a try after seeing the commercial and reading on a few testimonials. Supposedly it is is able to...
- Increased Gas Mileage
- Improve Performance
- Reduce Wear on Vital Engine Parts
- Extend Engine Life
- Reduce Emissions
For the engine, it is said to...
- Clean and condition cylinder walls, pistons, piston rings, bearings and valves.
- Provide continuous lubrication of your engine’s internal parts
- Protect both new and used engines – helps with engine break in
The result is reduced wear on vital parts, longer engine life and restored power.
For the fuel system, it is said to...
- Clean your fuel system and conditions the combustion chambers of your engine
- Remove carbon and other deposits from the intake/exhaust valves, valve guides, cylinder walls and piston rings
The result is increased gas mileage, improved performance, increased horsepower and lower emissions.
For the transmission, it is said to...
- Clean and lubricates the parts of your transmission
- Increased lubrication helps prevent premature wear of internal transmission components
The result is smoother shifting, reduced wear and extended life for your transmission.
For those who are interested on how this product works, you must have a decent understanding of chemistry, because this product was developed through highly qualified chemists and racing experts...
First and foremost, tests shows that the product soaks into metal; reduces friction; increases horsepower; dissipates engine heat; helps improve or restore gas mileage and reduce emissions in older cars, by virtue of reducing engine deposits; helps maintain gas mileage and emissions in newer cars, by virtue of reducing engine deposits; helps reduce engine wear on vital engine parts, by virtue of reducing engine deposits; and helps to extend engine life, by virtue of reducing engine deposits. They have legitimate proof to state their claims, but I am sure it is different for each vehicle.
On the topic of how it works, once it reaches the fuel and engine systems, it soaks into the metal. It then cleans and continuously protects the components from carbon and harmful deposits. The micro-lubricant is altered at a molecular state to be smaller than conventional oils, lubricants, and additives which allows it to be versatile enough to penetrate the metal and and other components to maintain their function longer while preventing the build up of deposits and such and/or removing them.
Hope I could help.
Sorry for the overload of info, I'm just a little smarty pants. :read:
I'll be sure to let this thread know if it gives me any trouble or complication, but I highly doubt it.