Pure acetone doesn't mix well with rubber/plastics - but when it's diluted 3oz into 15gal, that's:ixtlan said:It sounds logical.
I know I wont be the first to try it.
On the flipside, Acetone and plastic/rubber dont mix.
I would be concerned about the effects on my fuel system.
I will watch for the results.MAXX RS4 said:Pure acetone doesn't mix well with rubber/plastics - but when it's diluted 3oz into 15gal, that's:
3/1920=0.0015625 or ~.16%
Less than 1 percent acetone. I'm sure there's additives in gasoline that would destroy out fuel systems if they were pure. Hell, I'm sure there's stuff in the rain that we drive through that would melt rubber if it was pure.
I just added 3oz to a fresh tank of 93oc gas, and I'll see how much my mileage increases if at all.
That's better mileage than I get on 100% highway driving. I'm convinced.MAXX RS4 said:OK. So I'm almost done with my tank, it's just at the last notch with a 1/4 tank left and I have 230miles so far. I also have been doing A LOT of stop and go driving this tank and have had to do tons more starts and restarts because I'm doing very short distance commutes at this time. I also had about 20miles of HIGH rpm running the other day on the tank to.