How efficient is this fuel economy product, xtreme fuel treatment (xft) – car talk – nigeria gas leak los angeles california

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XFT is NOT a fuel additive. It is a comprehensive treatment product unlike any other ever in history. It has multiple patents granted by the US Patent office because XFT does what Syntek Global says it does. So every single one of the additives can be a scam by your knowledge and experience I will give you that, However it is not your knowledge or experience that XFT is in the same category and you never have used it yourself so you have no first hand knowledge or experience to make any judgement on XFT.

I have recorded mileage in my 5.9L truck the base line before was 10 MPG combined city and freeway, after XFT it is 14 MPG and has remained @ 14 MPG for 30 months now. If I do not use XFT the MPG’S drop down to 10 again. That is proof it works for me.

My good friend George and I drove his 2008 Ford F-250 turbodiesel 4X4 (35,000 miles on the clock) from Lake Elsinore California to Salt Lake City Utah. The base line was 13 MPG, by the 5th treatment we noticed the engine was running smoother and the noise level was reduced significantly It did not sound like a diesel engine, more like a gas engine, The on board computer showed the MPG’S to be 17 MPG and we never drove any slower that 70 MPH. We varied speeds from 70 to 80 MPH.

For the past 20 years industrial and commercial companies usedXFT. The diesel stationary generators at the Olympics usedXFT They ran much longer on the same amount of fuel, ATT used XFT in back up generatorsas fuel needs to be stabilized so it is fresh when those generators kick in (look at what happened in Japan those generators stopped after one hour, bad fuel?) Pama Mining has used XFT for the past 15 years in all their mining equipment and trucks. Engines run 10,000 extra miles before needing a rebuild and they havecalculated the fuel savings and maintenance savings to be$70,000,000 a year just by adding XFT to their fuel.

Ask yourself this, if ATT, the generators at the USA Olympics, Pama mining, Schmid oilfield services, GE, cruise lines, bus companies, trucking companies, and 20 thousand people plus 500 more each day all keep using XFT is it because it doesn’t work and they enjoy spending money on a product that is snake oil, or do you think it just might be that it is saving them money because it works ?

It won the eco vissionary award for 2011, Syntek Global with Xtreme Fuel treatment is a smartway transport partner in the USA. There are several independent studies which have proven that the product indeed does what we say it does. The testimonies are endless. We have an 85percent customer retention rate and our company is experiencing explosive growth. There is full money back guarantee on the product. There is also insurance cover although not a single claim has ever been brought against it. I find that,the only people who are skeptical are those who have never experienced the product. When you understand what xtreme fuel treatment does for your car,you would never fuel up without it. You put money back in you pocket just by using it. Syntek Global is very conservative when they promise 25 percent better economy. I personally enjoyed increase of fuel economy by about 40 percent in my 2003 VW Passat. Re: How Efficient Is This Fuel Economy Product, Xtreme Fuel Treatment (XFT)? by Nobody: 1:54pm On Nov 15, 2012

This conclusion seems to be borne out by tests on oil additives containing PTFE conducted by the NASA Lewis Research Center, which said in their report, "In the types of bearing surface contact we have looked at, we have seen no benefit. In some cases we have seen detrimental effect. The solids in the oil tend to accumulate at inlets and act as a dam, which simply blocks the oil from entering. Instead of helping, it is actually depriving parts of lubricant"

Customers often aren’t even aware they’re buying a phony “product” until it arrives in the mail instead of the service contract they thought they bought. The instructions say to pour the additive in your engine, or in your radiator. My advice: don’t.

Frankly, I have nothing to gain or loose if someone willingly wrecks their engine. The only thing that pains me to read is how this car or this brand is bad. We don’t know how they used the vehicle and what crap contraption they poured inside the engine. Perfectly good cars here in Nigeria enters Nigeria and in months, sometimes weeks, and they become a bucket of parts.

Do regular oil changes with good quality oil and filter, maintain your car according to the manufacturers schedule and not when it goes bad and the car will last a lifetime. Re: How Efficient Is This Fuel Economy Product, Xtreme Fuel Treatment (XFT)? by Nobody: 8:08pm On Mar 30, 2015

This conclusion seems to be borne out by tests on oil additives containing PTFE conducted by the NASA Lewis Research Center, which said in their report, "In the types of bearing surface contact we have looked at, we have seen no benefit. In some cases we have seen detrimental effect. The solids in the oil tend to accumulate at inlets and act as a dam, which simply blocks the oil from entering. Instead of helping, it is actually depriving parts of lubricant"

Customers often aren’t even aware they’re buying a phony “product” until it arrives in the mail instead of the service contract they thought they bought. The instructions say to pour the additive in your engine, or in your radiator. My advice: don’t.

Frankly, I have nothing to gain or loose if someone willingly wrecks their engine. The only thing that pains me to read is how this car or this brand is bad. We don’t know how they used the vehicle and what crap contraption they poured inside the engine. Perfectly good cars here in Nigeria enters Nigeria and in months, sometimes weeks, and they become a bucket of parts.

The bolded part of your statement caught my attention, in car talk we have over preached this sermon. I DON’T buy any rubbish fluid in the name of fuel consumption reduction therapy and I don’t advice anyone. The hilarious joke of the century is that xft abi na xtf and/or their agents claim its a fuel consumption reduction therapy. How can one possibly believe such marketting gimmick? A manufacturer stamps 25/28mpg city highway on his spec sheets them say wooosai, na lie dia own go make that same motor do 34/40mpg city/highway. Na winch? Na dem make d motor? E go influence ecu and allied parts to get aversion for petrol consumption…. In fact ehn, their lie too much.