Fitch Fuel Catalyst - StylinTrucks.com
Nora, from Advanced Power Systems, makers of the Fitch Fuel Catalyst, talks
to us about her product. We hear about the benefits of installing a Fitch
unit onto your truck or SUV, how easy it is to install, the great fuel
mileage (fuel economy) gains and what the warranty is (250K!!)
Fitch Fuel Catalyst
Installing a Fitch Fuel Catalyst on my 2009 Edelbrock E-Force Silverado.
What a bad ass device! I have to run 91+ octane fuel with the Supercharger. With the Fitch unit, I can run 87
octane! Power AND fuel savings!
Secret of Engine Problem Diagnosis- Fuel Trims Pt.1
One of the best techniques for diagnosing check engine lights or engine
problems especially for lean or rich engine diagnostic trouble codes
(DTC's) is to examine and interpret Fuel Trim data. This video will help
the home mechanic learn how to use a very basic scan tool to develop
powerful diagnostic capabilities and prevent changing parts unnecessarily.
Broquet Fuel Catalyst designed to improve fuel consumption is put to the
test on a ZX10r
Dipetane-Improves fuel economy by 13% and reduces emissions
Available in the USA at www.dipetanenortheast.com
Dipetane, invented in Ireland 20 years ago, has been proven to reduce fuel
consumption by 13% and reduce emissions by 25%. Independant test labs in
Ireland, Europe, Asia and America have verified Dipetane's performance.
What is Dipetane?
Dipetane is a 100% hydrocarbon fuel catalyst that enabling gasoline,
diesel, biodiesel, ULSD, heating oil and bunker fuels to burn more
efficiently thus improving fuel economy while reducing emissions.
Dipetane releases more chemical energy available from fuel, resulting in
more power and better mileage. It also helps burns more carbons that would
normally cause carbon deposit build-up, therefore extending both oil and
What are the Benefits of Dipetane?
• Increases fuel economy by 9 -15%.
• Reduces emissions significantly.
• Burns away carbon deposits from the combustion chamber.
• Dipetane treated fuels actually burn cooler, significantly reducing Nitrous oxide.
• Reduces black smoke.
• Meets or exceeds fuel specifications. No change to ASTM fuel
• No changes to engines or fuel systems or EOM specs.
• Cleans the fuel injectors and keeps them clean.
• Lubricates fuel injection pumps and injectors.
• Extends engine life.
• Cleans tanks and supply lines of sludge and heavy deposits
• Dipetane splash blends with fuel requiring no further circulation.
• Blends at a ratio of 1:200; 1 gallon of Dipetane treats 200 gallons of
• Treats fuel @1/2% by volume (under EPA 1% rule)
• Increases available horsepower.
• Dipetane has a longer stability life than diesel fuel or gasoline.
• Adds lubricity to fuel.
• Higher flashpoint than ULSD fuel.
• Certified for use un ultra-low diesel fuel
• Most economical technology in the world today. Requires no capital
Fuel Pressure Regulator Repair
In my first video of 2013 I show how to replace the fuel pressure regulator
on my Ford Probe. The procedure is pretty much the same for any car. Thanks
How to Properly Perform a Fuel System Cleaning
What I am showing you is the proper way to clean the fuel system of your
vehicle. The vehicle in this video is a 1998 Saturn SL2 with a 1.9L DOHC
engine. It has over 177K miles and is the second time a fuel system
cleaning will have been performed. The last time, I had it done
professionally at a local service center. After 20,000 miles, thought I
would figure out how to do it myself and cheaper.
Items you will need are:
- Seafoam Motor Treatment (or equivalent product)
- Self built intake cleaning hose
Components of fuel system cleaning hose:
- 4ft of 3/8"ID Vinyl Tubing
- 1ft of 1/4"OD Polyethylene Tubing
- 1/2" hose mender
- 3/8" x 1/4" barb connector
- 1/4"x1/8" connector
- 1/4" x 1/8" needle valve
All these items you should be able to find at the local hardware or
plumbing shop. This is just a prototype I have created and will be
refining the design as I go along.
Take the needle valve and attach the 1/4" tubing to one end and the 3/8"
tubing to the other. Use the 1/2" hose mender at the end of the 3/8" tubing
(You will have to force it on because mender is a lot bigger than the
inside diameter of the tubing) as the attachment point of the vacuum line.
I will be using Seafoam Motor Treatment for this video. There are other
similar products out there, but this is the one I have chosen. You will
also need a throttle body cleaner as well. Both of these can be found at
your local auto parts store.
1. take the Seafoam cleaner and separate it into 3 equal parts, or since it
is a 16 oz bottle of this particular cleaner, I chose to separate it this
1. 5oz. for the fuel
2. 5oz. for the oil
3. 6oz. for the intake cleaning.
2. Disconnect vacuum hose from the brake Booster. This is the big round drum looking
thing on the driver side at the rear of the engine compartment.
3. Take the intake cleaner hose you have just put together and attach the
1/2" hose mender to the vacuum line.
4. Take 5oz. and add to the fuel tank. Use a funnel to help keep the
cleaner off vehicle paint.
5. Remove oil cap and pour the other 5oz. in with the oil.
a. This will clean the lower end of the engine.
6. Take the bottle with the remaining cleaner fluid and poke a hole in the
top so that the hose 1/4" hose can fit through.
7. Somehow have it so it is hanging above the engine and that the 3/8"
tubing connected to the vacuum line is straight.
8. Make sure the needle valve is closed all the way and start the vehicle.
9. While running, slowly open the valve and allow a steady stream of
cleaner to enter the engine. Don't open the valve too quickly or you will
let too much cleaner in and may stall the engine.
10. Once the can is drained, turn off vehicle and let it sit for between
a. This will "Hot-soak" the engine and break up the carbon and
tarnish build up.
11. Reattach the vacuum line to the brake Booster. Very important or your engine will
run at higher RPM's and you may not have brakes.
12. During the wait, you can clean the throttle body by removing the intake
hose from your air filter exposing the butterfly valve. Open this valve
and spray in the cleaner. Make sure all surfaces are covered and let this
cleaner sit and break up the build up on and behind the butterfly valve.
a. DO NOT perform this step if you have a Mass airflow sensor.
These are very delicate sensors and expensive to replace. Do not messed
b. If you want to be more thorough, take a cloth or some type
of swab and manually clean off the build up that way it does not get sucked
into the engine.
13. Reattach the intake hose
14. After the wait, start the engine and rev the engine to between
2000-3000 RPM to blow the buildup and cleaner out through the Exhaust. The engine is going to start rough so
make sure you are ready to step on the gas to keep it running.
15. When you see that the smoke is becoming lighter, drive it for about 20
minutes to finish the process of cleaning.
16. You may see a check engine light come on, this is normal. Have someone
scan it to be sure and then erase the codes. It will most likely show
cylinder misfire and O2 sensor malfunction codes. If it is something else
then investigate further.
You have completed a complete fuel system cleaning. It is recommended on
the bottle that you perform this every 2000-5000 miles. I would recommend
every other oil change, or for those that drive a lot, at least twice a
year. This helps maintain horsepower, and fuel
If you have not done this procedure before, it is probably a very good idea
to have this done, either professionally or by yourself.
Disclaimer: I am not a certified mechanic. These videos are created for
informational purposes only. If you choose to attempt the procedure shown
today, you do so at your own risk.
GM no start no fuel troubleshooting
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In this video i give an example of one way i go about trouble shooting a no
start issue when i have limited resources. on a 95 Chevy Tahoe
This isn't how I usually go about it however I wanted to give an example
of what you can do with just the basic tools and schematics to trouble
shoot a no start issue hope you enjoy
Crown Vic magnaflow exhaust
My 2003 P71 Crown Vic revving the Exhaust and playing around. Engine mods:
Original 4.6 pi v8, Professional Products aluminum Typhoon intake manifold,
Steeda 1/2" intake spacer, C&L RPM upper intake plenum, BBK 70mm throttle
body, Helex Power Tower throttle body spacer[for 01-04 Mustang gt] ported to remove
restrictive inner swirl to match TB opening & the plenum, K&N cold air
intake, Accel ignition coil packs, Summit Racing bracket racer underdrive
pulleys, Superchips performance programmer 1725 w/raised & firm shift
points, and 2.5" custom cat-back dual Exhaust w/h-pipe into Magnflow mufflers[pretty
mellow, no drone]. 3.5" JBA polished Exhaust tips. Fitch Fuel catalist. Home-made PCV
Fuel Additives Carbon Clenz Fuel Catalyst Testimonial
John form Grants Pass Oregon has been Carbon Clenz for over 6 years.
He swares by it and when You try it, You will too!
This fuel catalyst has been rigerously tested and meets EPA approval.
You can save money and save the environment at the same time.
Go Further for Less!