Royal purple Max-Boost – Best Octane Stabilizer
justify;">If you want something that screams value for money, I will recommend this to you. It comes in a 16 ounce can and lasts quite a while. It provides a wider range of benefits as well and can be used in a variety of cars.
- Raises octane level up to 30 points
- Cleans fuel injectors
- Replaces lead addictives
- Reduces engine knocking
- The feature I would like to point out first is the MMT agent included in this fuel booster. This works on a lot of levels. It serves as an anti-knock safeguard and it reduces the possibility of engine detonation from low octane content. This is especially relevant in supercharged or turbocharged cars or even cars containing nitrous injection.
- It works as fuel injector cleaner as well. And like in the Klotz Booster, this is a useful feature and an added benefit. It is good in removing the deposits. And while you might have to use a fuel injector cleaner for better results, this is pretty effective on a regular basis.
- It is versatile too. It can work well with both leaded and unleaded gasoline. Or you could try it out with ethanol or gasohol blends.
- It is perfectly safe for the oxygen sensors and the catalytic converters as well. This is due to the high phosphorous levels. Often, performance oils act as an anti-wear addictive that collects in the converters and reduces the efficiency level. This booster prevents this deposition from taking place and safeguards the converter.
- It works on the basic levels as well. It reduces the emission level. And it stabilizes the fuel too.
- When it comes to increasing the octane rating, it is not so good. It increases the rating by 30 points compared to Torco’s 105 and Klotz’s 100. While that does not deter the performance by a lot, it is still a downside. Otherwise, there are no such drawbacks.
- Prevents engine detonation
- Safe with catalytic converters
- Reduces emission level
- Stabilizes the fuel
- Octane rating is a bit low
It does benefit the engine power level and it cleans out the injector as well. But if you are looking to convert your regular car into a racing one with this octane booster, it does not work that way. That’s not a downside, though. On an average level it is good enough. The injector does not clog too much, and I don’t need to worry too much when I refill the tank again.
As a whole, I will still prefer the former two because of the octane rating. But if you want to try out something new, like I did, give this a shot. It won’t disappoint you.