Mishimoto Fuel Relief Gasoline Fuel Treatment

Mishimoto Fuel Relief Gasoline Fuel Treatment

Mishimoto's specially formulated solution improves fuel system performance by preventing pre-ignition and detonation while protecting your engine against the harmful effects of ethanol and phase separation. Just add the prescribed amount before every fill up in order to reap the benefits of Fuel Relief. One bottle of Mishimoto Fuel Relief Gasoline Treatment can treat up to 256 gallons of gasoline and stabilizes fuel for up to 2 years.

MSRP

  • $28.00 USD

For more information, visit www.mishimoto.com.

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