|Item Weight||11.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 3 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||44K|
|Manufacturer Part Number||208|
|OEM Part Number||73-SJGM-PXC1|
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BG 44K Fuel System Cleaner
|Price:||$12.95 + $5.00 shipping|
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- Fuel system cleaner quickly cleans fuel injectors, valves and combustion chambers
- One can will treat 20 gallons of gasoline
- Restores performance and gas mileage
- Proven to increase combustion quality and power output
- Compatible with all fuel system materials, alcohol-blended fuels and common fuel additives
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This fuel system cleaner, added to gasoline, quickly and effectively cleans the entire fuel system, including fuel injectors, intake valves, ports and combustion chambers. Because it provides efficient removal of upper engine deposits, this product reduces problems caused by deposit build-up such as engine surge, stalling, stumble, hesitation and power loss. BG 44K quickly restores engine performance and improves driveability. It will provide quick clean-up of coked fuel injectors and corrosive deposits on the fuel sending unit. It is compatible with all fuel system materials, alcohol-blended fuels, common fuel additives. Contains no alcohol. Catalytic converter, and oxygen sensor safe.
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I'm the type of person who always keeps up with routine maintenance with all of my vehicles. I get an oil change every 3,000 miles, even if I'm using a synthetic blend. Having said that, I also use a fuel additive every oil change. It may be unnecessary, but it's cheap and it gives me piece of mind. I've never had any major engine/fuel issues, so I'd like to think I'm doing something right.
I usually opt for the Lucas fuel additive every oil change that does into the gas tank. From some mechanic friends, this is supposedly a pretty good product. Although I add this every 3,000 miles, I've never really been able to tell a difference performance-wise. The same goes to the other fuel additives I've used in the past.
I tried B&G's 44k for the first time, a while back based on a recommendation from a local shop. I've never heard of it before and I thought it was quite expensive for a fuel additive (approx. $20 vs. your standard $3-$5 bucks). I decided to research the product when I got home and I found that it had great reviews.
I decided to give 44k a shot. As expensive as it is for a fuel additive, it's still a small investment. I'm glad that I did. This has been the only fuel additive where I actually noticed a difference in performance. Nothing significant (again, there is no such thing as "Magic in a bottle"), but I definitely could tell it was working. I had an increase in MPG and I could feel a little more HP when accelerating.
Now, I won't be using this every oil change as it's only recommended once or twice a year. So I'll be using this every 3rd oil change and continue to use the Lucas in between.
FYI - I currently drive a 2001 Jeep Cherokee (XJ)
I was hopeful that this stuff would work, or at the very least, make somewhat of a difference. I have to admit that this fuel system cleaner, really is magic in a bottle. My car no longer has rough cold start and throws out random misfiring codes.
This product seemed to open clogged areas within my engine and literally feels like the car is 9 times more responssive and has a much much aggressive growl to my afternarket exhaust. I ran a bottle through a half of tank and went out on a 100mile ride. At 50 miles, I reached my destination, had dinner, and turned around. On my route back home? was when I noticed the car was so much more responsive. Of course I ran out of gas before I made it home, but at this point I was still not sure if it was just all in my head, the next day was sure to be a game changer.
I starting the car and witness no crazy rough start and had a super smooth idling down from 1800 rpm's to 500 rpms with no CEL displaying. I tripled check Vag com and guess what? No misfiring codes either. I ordered 3 more bottles the very same minute while sitting in the car.
Whatever this stuff is? seems to work on my carbon built up misfiring codes. I'm not sure if I'm suppose to run mutible bottles back to back, but I am running a second bottle (a week later) on a full tank. I typically never ride 100 miles and live in the city. So, this second bottle will be on a full tank. This will be running through my day to day usage in the city.
A mechanic wanted 500$ for the labor to clean out the carbon build up. 500$ was a great deal, but the parts needed? Was seriously over the top. 1400$ in parts included new injectors, spark plugs, oil, gaskets and injector seal kit. Apparently a carbon clean is "pointless" without new injectors. Smh... Either way, this stuff saved a lot of money and I hope to continue to see results well after, just like the rest of the buyers on here.
I hope this stuff works for you and that this message was helpful.
1). 10% is the minimum amount of ethanol. Sometimes, it can be higher by a few percent.
2). Even with 10%, it attracts moisture. So if you like to wait to fill up your gas tank until it is really low, all of that space in there will contribute to more moisture being attracted to fill that space. There is something called phase separation when a certain amount of water is in your gas. This contributes to corrosion and gunk to accumulate on both metal and rubber parts.
I had been experiencing a few years of really, really bad gas mileage on my Acura MDX (2010). I figured it was all the city driving and my driving habits. I was averaging 12-13 mpg in the city versus the 16 mpg I was getting. I also have low miles on my car (<6k miles a year) and my car will sit, undriven for up to a week at times. Mechanic said my internals were probably jacked up and to run a can or 2 of BG44 and that should fix things.
Well, I ran one can on a half tank of gas and ran until empty. on that half tank my mpg was still 12-13. However, on my next half tank, my trip computer said I got 16 mpg. 90% of my driving is city driving. I just ordered 5 more cans.