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Phaser 3000 Ethanol Blend Fuel Additive - Stabilizer - Phase-Reversal 2 Pack

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  • Absorbs H20
  • Prevents/Reverses Phase Separation
  • Fights Ethanol Problems
  • Prevents Rust & Corrosion

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Brand Primrose

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Best Sellers Rank #198,799 in Automotive (See top 100)
#30 in Automotive > Oils & Fluids > Additives > Fuel System > Octane Boosters
Shipping Weight 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available September 11, 2013

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A modern fuel stabilizer, Phaser 3000 is recommended for use in gasoline or diesel engines to increase performance, reduce downtime, clean, neutralize the harmful effects of engine acids, remove carbon, gum, sludge, and varnish from valves, cylinders, pistons, fuel injectors and carburetors.

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I first started using this product about 6 months ago in my Kawasaki Mule--that was after it cost me a little over $1000 to get the engine running correctly again. Todays gasoline, which is 15% ethanol (alcohol) will destroy most engines that don't get regularly used. Alcohol is anhydrous, which means that it will attract water from the atmosphere. If one leaves gasoline in a small engine fuel tank the ethanol will soon cause water to get into the gas tank. The next thing is that one will try to crank the engine and it won't start. One then gets aggravated and puts the device up until one gets a chance to work on it. In the meantime, the water that was in the gas, got sucked into the carb and intakes of the engine during the period it was trying to be cranked. Guess how water and aluminum or steel react---that's right---corrosion. Once corroded, the only fix is a complete teardown and cleaning, if the device hasn't been sitting too long with the water in the intake. The other problem that the ethanol in todays gasoline causes is swelling and deterioration of any rubber or synthetic parts in the fuel system and you know what that will cause. In a nutshell, this product keeps the ethanol and gasoline mixed and doesn't allow separation and also helps clean the intakes when the engine is functioning. Great product, I love it and would recommend it to anyone who uses gas powered yard maintenance equipment (mowers, chain saws, weed eaters, hedge trimmers, yard tractors, etc.) I also use it in my gas and diesel powered vehicles. The mix ratio for this additive is 500-1, so 1 ounce will treat 3.91 gallons of gasoline. If you can get gasoline without ethanol, you're very lucky you don't need this product at all.
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According to the video's and reviews of others, I decided to try this product.. Although I can't honestly say yay or nay about its scientific ability to rid my motorcycle gas tank of the evil corn trash syrup ethanol,, I can say my bike does start much quicker and easier since I have started adding this stuff to every tank.. I was buying it thru my local Harley dealer but it is much much cheaper thru Amazon. I am very happy with it and I am very impressed with the video's this company has on their website to show its affectiveness against the dreaded leprosy of fuel additives.. Ethanol...
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