Extreme Xtra Fuel Treatments Designed with the Consumer in Mind
Extreme Xtra Fuel Treatments offers the most product per application for the money. Unlike other fuel treatment products, Extreme Xtra Fuel Treatment's concentrated formula and applicator bottle design allows for multiple dosages from one purchase of Extreme Xtra Fuel Treatment.
One bottle of Extreme Xtra Gasoline Fuel Treatment will treat up to 400 gallons of fuel. Average application is one ounce for every 25 gallons of gasoline.
One bottle of Extreme Xtra Diesel Fuel Treatment will treat up to 160 gallons of fuel. Average application is once ounce for every ten gallons.
Improve the efficiency of your internal combustion engine with the use of our high-quality fuel treatments. One case holds 12 bottles (16 oz) ready to use bottles, which are ready for distribution. Both our gasoline and diesel treatments are registered with the EPA, and has a GS1 SKU Number.
Extreme Xtra Gasoline Fuel Treatments: GS1 Sku #857774002002
US EPA Registration Number 2149-20002
Extreme Xtra Diesel Fuel Treatments: GS1 Sku #857774002019
US EPA Registration Number 2149-20001
Ideal for Gas-Powered Vehicles
Extreme Xtra Gasoline Fuel Treatment is a unique formula of agents that help break down the covalent bonds of gasoline, allowing for better combustion efficiency. When fuel is burned in a more efficient and complete manner, fewer parts of the unburned fuel make their way out the tailpipe. Some of our clients have found that Extreme Xtra also helps clean up engine deposits, improve gas mileage, lower emissions, and provide lower vehicle maintenance costs.
Designed for Heavy Equipment
Extreme Xtra Diesel Fuel Treatment is a great way to get more out of the fuel you purchase. Our diesel treatment works similarly to our gasoline treatment, but it has been specially formulated for diesel engines, and it meets the federal requirements for low sulphur. One bottle can easily treat up to 160 gallons of fuel. It is compatible with all diesel engines that power semis, big rigs, heavy-duty earth-moving equipment, large boat engines, large stationary generators, diesel-powered rail locomotives, and all other diesel-powered engines.