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Between racing, setting land speed records, and keeping her car’s engine in top shape – Jessi Combs has no time for extra work.
If you are choosing between 15 different fuel treatments, fuel additives, fuel injector cleaners, and miracle elixirs, you’re just wasting time. If you are treating your fuel system every time you fill up – you’re just burning money.
Choose to maintain your fuel system the smart way, 4 times a year with CRC 1-TANK POWER RENEW® – Complete Fuel System Cleanup. Why maintain your car the old fashioned way with loads of products at confusing intervals? Stay ahead by working smarter.
Choose the best and treat your fuel system with CRC 1-TANK®. It’s eight times more effective, has the highest concentration of PEA (Polyether Amine) detergency on the market, gives you up to 97% power recovery and an average increase of 5.7 percent miles per gallon.
About CRC 1-TANK POWER RENEW®:
A concentrated one-tank cleanup that delivers a powerful SHOCK to your dirty fuel system. Made with the maximum available chemistry it's the most powerful fuel system cleaner on the market. Excellent cleanup with proven results. Average increase of 5.7% MPG, 97% total power restoration, 99% injector flow improvement and cleaner emissions. Only needed 4x per year.
Why is a Complete Fuel System Cleanup Needed?
Fuel quality differs from pump to pump and, over time, contaminants in fuels will cause carbon deposit buildup throughout the fuel system. Carbon deposits harden on intake valves, piston heads, cylinder walls and fuel injectors and lead to decreased MPG, hesitation, stalling, pre-ignition, loss of power and excess exhaust emissions. Today's engines are so finely tuned that even microscopic deposit formations can cause performance issues.
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