I think it may work, but i
I think it may work, but i am not exactly sure about the frictional damage that has been caused to the engine combustion.
my van is 1997 astro van v6
my van is 1997 astro van v6 before using acetone my mileage
is 15 mpg. i filled 10 oz. acetone (100%) along with lucas
fuel treatment 16 oz. (for internal safety of the engine) in 25 gallons gasoline full tank, after few miles of aggressive driving i notice
a lot of difference, the accelaration is smooth and forcefull (without
hesitation), i also observe the engine temperature 2 bar less (engine
a little bit cooler), after consuming half tank, i took the miles run
and fill up ( full tank), i divide the distance made by half full tank and it reads 22.5 mpg ( distance made = 230 miles/10.2 gallons < half tank
filled up to full tank). morover the exhaust smells fruity smell, not
unburn gasoline. i also monitor engine performance by obii scanner
monitor and all parameters are normal, i'm just surprise with the new mpg. ( my astro van is 13 years old with 198,000 mileage but still
strong and no problem. i also use restore engine treatment every
change oil with pure synthertic engine oil since i bought this
astro van. well no harm in trying acetone as old saying risk taker
are rewarded with astounding new mpg on old high mleage van.
I think in adding an acetone
I think in adding an acetone in gasoline, it can be good, but it might damage up your car parts like the Fuel Injectors and the like. If ever that happens, you need to really change it with some parts that Delphi and other branded name parts will provide. I'm sure things will be at ease if you try to really monitor it first.
I've mostly heard 2oz per 10
I've mostly heard 2oz per 10 gallons. Not 2oz per gallon and that over doing it causes problems.