Royal Purple 11723-6PK Max-Clean Fuel System Cleaner and Stabilizer – 20 oz. (Case of 6)

July 20, 2016 - Comment
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Max-Clean is a state-of-the-art fuel system treatment that cleans injectors, restores fuel economy and reduces both engine buildup and tailpipe emissions. Max-Clean’s proprietary technology targets both the intake system and combustion chamber and is effective on the entire spectrum of engines on the road, whether they are new or old, gasoline or diesel, naturally aspirated, turbocharged or supercharged. After multiple product fleet tests were conducted on various makes and models of vehicles, Royal Purple found that after, as little as one Max-Clean treatment can improve fuel economy an average of 3.2 percent and increase horsepower an average of 2.6 percent. Reduces Hydrocarbon, NOx and CO emissions (on average 12, 13 and 18-percent respectively). Prevents rough idle, hesitation and stalling. Prevents premature spark plug fouling. Reduces deposit-related engine knocking and pinging. Deposit build-up is a natural consequence of fuel combustion, unfortunately these deposits can have a significant effect on the performance and reliability of your engine. With Max-Clean, Royal Purple has developed a product that in most cases can bring engine surfaces back to like-new clean, restoring once-lost fuel economy and performance.

Max-Clean is a state-of-the-art high performance synthetic fuel system cleaner that maximizes the performance of your fuel system. Max-Clean restores fuel economy and deeply penetrates and cleans injectors, carburetors, intake valves and combustion chambers.

image Before and after effects of using Max-Clean Performance Advantages

Multiple product fleet tests were conducted on various makes and models of vehicles. Royal Purple found that after as little as one treatment Max-Clean performance advantages are:

Average fuel economy improvement 3.2% (up to 6%) Average restored horsepower 2.6% (up to 5%) Average octane requirement reduction 1.2% (up to 5%) Average hydrocarbon emissions reductions 12% (up to 44%) Prevent rough idle, hesitation and stalling Prevent premature spark plug fouling Reduce deposit-related engine knocking and pinging Stabilizes fuel during off-season and storage Superior corrosion and oxidation inhibitor Compliance and Safety

Royal Purple’s Max-Clean is EPA/CARB Compliant. It’s safe for use in gasoline and diesel engines and can be used with all ethanol blends or biofuel. Max-Clean can be used in both 4-cycle and 2-cycle engines and will not harm vehicle emissions equipment.

Recommended Treat Rate

Pour entire contents of can into a nearly empty tank and refuel. One (1) can treats 15 to 20 gallons. For tank sizes outside of this range, use one (1) ounce per gallon. In two-cycle engines, use one (1) ounce per two (2) gallons.

Product Features

  • 3-in-1 fuel additive keeps new engines clean and improves vehicle’s performance
  • Improves fuel economy an average of 3.2 percent
  • Increases horsepower an average of 2.6 percent
  • Reduces hydrocarbon, NOx and CO emissions (on average 12, 13 and 18-percent respectively)
  • Prevents rough idle, hesitation and stalling

Comments

Ernie says:

Royal purple had been a good brand for me Royal purple had been a good brand for me. This product, however seemed modest. I didnt notice any real change in performance or MPG. Ill probobly test others before buying this again.

rj124104 says:

Great product. Real world results seen. UPDATE: Recently my wife’s honda civic with 143,000 miles started sputtering and shaking randomly anywhere from 30+ MPH. I ran through about 50 scenarios of what it could be and eventually decided it was probably a fuel issue. The next fill up (this had been going on for two weeks) I put Royal Purple fuel cleaner in her tank and you guessed it, a couple days later it was gone. It has now been 3 months without any issues. This is the original fuel filter so I have no doubts it needs changed, but…

rj124104 says:

You get what you pay for UPDATE: Recently my wife’s honda civic with 143,000 miles started sputtering and shaking randomly anywhere from 30+ MPH. I ran through about 50 scenarios of what it could be and eventually decided it was probably a fuel issue. The next fill up (this had been going on for two weeks) I put Royal Purple fuel cleaner in her tank and you guessed it, a couple days later it was gone. It has now been 3 months without any issues. This is the original fuel filter so I have no doubts it needs changed,…

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