The simple addition of a small bottle (5 gallon treatment)
of Oxytane gave a at least 15% increase in fuel economy without any
change in riding habits.
became very crisp at all rpm, with better acceleration across the power
band(2007 FLHP with Thundermax ECM) motorcycle. I always add some
Oxytane to any gasoline I buy in South Dakota, particularly the 85
Octane fuel that is sometimes the only gas available at a given
Editor American Bagger July 2009
Have you heard of this stuff yet?
If not you will soon be singing it’s praises.
Oxytane is a gas additive that I have been
testing in my 1999 Dresser for about 4
months with fantastic results. I have a stock
Twin Cam with a little over 54,000 miles on
the engine. I always wanted to add some
horsepower but never got around to doing
anything about it.
(email@example.com) developed this
powerful additive and sent me a couple of
cartons filled with little white bottles of
Oxytane. (I also gave Phantom, Axman and
Chef Joel some to try and they will be telling you about their experiences down
the road) What I can tell you is the stuff worked for me. Acceleration was
quicker than normal, both from a dead stop as well as when I was running at
highway speeds, and I wasn’t filling up my tank as much as I normally did.
Without doing Dyno testing on the bike I will go out on a limb and say the
little 1 oz bottle, added to my 5 gal tank, gave me 5-8 more horses. I usually
get 150 - 160 miles per tank but now I get about 180-190 miles per tank
depending on riding conditions.
Your results may vary but I’m happy with this little powerhouse in a bottle. If
you want to try some I sometimes keep a extra few bottles on my bike and I may
possibly distribute it through WOTR, and to a few local bike shops. In the
meantime you can check out the website at oxytane.com for complete performance
information and a load of scientific papers and diagrams for those who crave
that sort of info
Miami Mike Wheels on the Road July 2009
“More throttle in the bottle”
That’s the slogan on every bottle of Oxytane. It’s no empty boast either.
Fifteen years in the making, this stuff does for fuel what dryer sheets do for
socks—namely unstick the static! The formula is as mysterious as that of
Coca-Cola or Colonel Sander’s 11 herbs and spices, but that’s to be expected.
After all, so far, it’s the only product in the world that can do what it does.
What does it do? Well, thanks for asking! Besides the good stuff we’ve already
touched on, such as improved energy output (more power), livelier throttle
response, notably better fuel economy, and hugely improved emissions, there’s a
reduction in deposits within the engine, and that means longer intervals between
overhauls, as well as an easier life for the engine components, since they can
do more work with less effort. Particularly beneficial to air-cooled H-D
engines, that also means cooler operating temperatures. In other words, if you
feel like you can’t win with modern fuel, you can’t lose with Oxytane—so go with
the flow! www.oxytane.com.
Kip Woodring Thunderpress Motorhead Memo October 2008
it work? Was the static charge banished from the fuel so that it could flow more
easily through the system, and not deposit droplets on the cylinder walls? Short
of an exhaustive scientific study, I'd have to say it did. During the test, my
mileage jumped almost four miles per gallon in predominately highway driving,
and I noticed a smoother idle (it dropped almost 200 rpm), and an increase in
mid-range power. This was no statistical anomaly, and it was in line with what
others had reported. To be certain, I secretly added the mix to a friend's
station wagon. That surreptitious test produced similar results. Not
unexpectedly, once the tank of "doctored" fuel was gone, he complained about how
poorly his car ran, how sluggish it felt, and how his fuel economy had dropped.
Chris Sawyer Executive Editor
Monday, February 9, 2009
Throttler Motorcycle Magazine has also reviewed Oxytane
As a skeptic of all things, I never believed Oxytane would show much, if any
results. I needed to make a 40 mile trip for a meeting so I decided to test
Oxytane in my Jeep Grand Cherokee. I dropped 10 bucks of gas in and two bottles
The Jeep was at temp from running around town a few hours and I jumped on
Interstate 80 for my meeting. At first I thought, maybe, I could tell a little
that the throttle seemed to have a quicker response but I wasn’t sure. Maybe it
was wishful thinking. It did seem that the engine was running smoother. But
still, I couldn't tell 100 percent. Out on the Interstate, though, I could feel
that I didn’t have to have my foot jammed on the throttle like normal. I reset
my gas mileage, which was at an all time low of 15.5 miles per gallon. The meter
went a little nuts to say the least. Gas mileage jumped to 25.3 miles per gallon
instantly. I think Oxytane gave the computer a little something to think about.
As I drove10 miles or so, the miles per gallon dropped down and fluxed between22
and 20 miles per gallon.
Again, I think the Jeeps computer didn’t know what was going on and how to
handle the increase. After 30 miles, the miles per gallon stabilized to 20.1
miles per gallon. What was funny was getting off the Interstate and coming to a
stop. I usually need to get into the throttle a little from a dead stop and when
I did, I nearly squealed the tires. After the meeting I gave my business partner
some Oxytane to try and have given my neighbor some to try.
I'm a believer. And they will be soon. Send more Oxytane!
I'm not sharing anymore!
President & Publisher
Throttler Motorcycle Magazine
4832 Lockner Drive
Iowa 50322, USA
the Oxytane Concentrate, on the trip to
Bonneville the truck averaged 17.3 MPG.
at an average of 75 to 80
miles per hour. On the way home I added
the Oxytane 1.5 miles per gallon and averaged 22.7 MPG. at an average of
80 to 85 miles per hour. While I was at Bonneville using my
Yamaha Rhino from the bend in the road
out onto the lake bed for transportation I added the 1 dose bottles to 5
gallons of 87 Octane. The Rhino ran perfect and a carbon free exhaust
tip was evident. Concluding that a clean engine with no carbon deposits
is a more efficient running engine creating more power and using less
Many thanks, Wink Eller
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