Additives are sadly overlooked. I myself for the longest time didn’t believe in most additives but as of late, A-Game’s are being brought. That is no exception when it comes to Industrial Injection‘s new formula of their product Duece Juice; MaxMPG. Is this the additive that everyone needs in their trucks?
MAX MPG, comes in multiple different sizes. This new formula comes in either “All-Season” or “Winter” blends. The product is offered in convenient 16-ounce bottles or even a giant one-gallon bottle for even bigger treatments. The guys over at Industrial shot us over some of this new formula to try first hand and we can’t wait to share the results with you.
MaxMPG contains a concentrated level of cetane booster which tremendously upgrades power and performance in all diesel equipment. This formula also has a powerful level of injector cleaner, lubricity additives, corrosion inhibitors, water dispersants, and fuel stabilizers. MaxMPG should be used at every fill up to turn standard pump diesel into premium diesel.
All-Season MAX MPG, The Six-In-One Diesel Fuel Additive
- Increases Fuel Economy Up To 10%
- Boost Cetane Up To 7 Points
- Maintains Clean Injectors
- Extends Engine Life
- Improves Power & Performance
- Prevents Rust & Corrosion
- Neutralizes Acids and Disperses Moisture
- Decreases Soot Emissions By Up To 66%
- Decreases DPF Regens and DEF Usage
- Lowers Exhaust Gas Temperatures
- Smoother, Quieter Running Engine
- Can Be Used in Any Diesel Engine
In a cold climate area? Are your winters longer than normal? You can still get the same improved fuel economy with a hint of anti-gel all in one with the MaxMPG winter blend. The gallon jugs, both All-Season and Winter, treat 1,000-gallons of fuel.
The MaxMPG Winter Blend is fully formulated for the most brutal conditions of winter. MaxMPG Winter Blend has powerful cetane, lubricity additive, keep clean detergent package, water dispersant, and de-icer chemicals to prevent paraffin wax precipitation during cold weather. We do this by minimizing the size of the wax crystals, allowing the fuel to travel through the fuel filter at temperatures 20 degrees Fahrenheit below cloud point (wax temperature point) of the diesel fuel.
When in a recent discussion with Brett Williams, Vice President of Industrial Injection, he seemed excited about this product. “Industrial Injection has been in business for 35 years remanufacturing diesel fuel systems. We’ve applied our knowledge of fuel system failures and teamed up with world-renowned lubrication engineers to deliver the best fuel additive on the market,” Williams said. Today’s diesel fuel lacks the essential chemicals that keep your fuel system healthy. Add an ounce of MaxMPG next time you fill up, and you will experience all of the benefits.
I understand, as you probably do too, that these cars get incredibly good fuel mileage. Like, enough that you wouldn’t think it could really improve. As aforementioned, the trips are always the same with the weather being the only real factor. We selected a few days with similar atmospheric temperature and humidity, and attempted a few days of testing without any product.
After its full rip there and back for the day, the car totaled up to 39.42-MPG. Not to say that this isn’t a good fuel-saving car, I’m just hoping that we really can improve its mileage. The next day, with virtually the exact same conditions, the MAX MPG All Season blend was installed. Although this 16-ounce bottle treated 400-gallons, we only dosed this Jetta with the necessary amount to see the results.
Upon return, the results were in. Turns out, we can in fact improve that mileage as this Jetta managed to get 42.91-miles per gallon. That is a total of 3.49-miles per gallon better than before. That is measuring out to be an 8.85-percent increase. This is all on-highway or interstate speeds, so what about in town?
I wanted testing numbers for the in-town driving too. After all, not everybody drives on the interstate every day. So how does MaxMPG stack up with stop-and-go traffic? The Jetta would on average need to hit the pumps every few days with an economy of 36.2-MPG. Like the bottle suggested, the correct dosage was put into the car and after checking the mileage once again, even more improvements.
The Jetta managed to top the scales at 40.8-MPG. which is a 4.60-MPG increase from before. This new formula seems to really be doing work on our test vehicle and we’re looking forward to trying it out on even more diesel-powered machines.
For more information about Industrial Injection and their products, including their newly formulated diesel fuel additive MaxMPG, be sure and check out their website here. For more parts reviews, truck features, and event coverage, stay tuned right here to Diesel Army.