I'll keep that in mind. At 125k miles maybe I need a little clean. Using the ratio on your race car it sounds like I could benefit up to 2 horsepower. I won't count on it but a cleaner engine is already nice. I already use prolong with most oil changes, I think that stuff is great as well. Thanks for the testimonial lol.
YOU ARE A WALKING LIVING ADVERT, Daryl!
I for one challenge you on your motives, and wonder why you seem to dedicated to pushing Auto-Rx? It looks like its an obsessin on your part, I wonder if you are affiliated with the company, or have someone you know that works there, its just down the coast about 100 miles form where you live, maybe that is just a coincidence????
Your testimonial is part of the Auto-Rx web site, is that too much or what?
But I'll let other members decide, after reviewing all the Forums you are member of and post ONLY about Auto-Rx
(Oh yes, I gave up searching any further too, Google has over 100 posts you made all over the planet, pushing Auto-Rx) here's a sample of posts and profiles:
From his website:
""I have noticed an increase that went from 18 miles per gallon to 21 miles per gallon," wrote Daryl Baines of DeLand. "On my daily commute, coming home tonight, I did tank top up and got 27 MPG versus my normal 24.5! .. . Woo Woo ... Snake oil, I think not," wrote Steve On from Palmdale, Calif."
"AUTO-Rx 101 for Beginners
by Daryl Baines
Auto-Rx is your prescription for a healthy engine!
Like the modern-day miracle of time-released medications that travel through your bloodstream and rid your body of toxins as you go abou" Blah, blah, blah......
Not only that but it actually doesnt work. I remember some time ago the company had a pending lawsuit that proved that it did the opposite of what its intended purpose was. Killed the engine 10,000's miles quicker then normal.