That is one good looking Infiniti, good job!!
looking forward to pic's from the Road-Trip !!Getting ready to go on a road trip in les than 2 weks and decided to prep my car with an oil change and a strong dose of BG 44K.
For oil change, I mixed 5 quarts of 0W20 and 2 quarts of 5W30. Then I am still using the larger Porsche filter. Then for the first time, I bought 2 cans of BG 44k to use in my gas tank.
Let me see if this BG 44K will do make any difference.
After my road trip, which will last only 15 days, I plan to do another oil change still with 5 quarts of 0W20 and 2 quarts of 5W30 plus the same Porsche filter again. So, in about a month, I will be doing another oil change. I have a lot of oil sitting and got them for a pretty good price.
Another Road Trip; TX-NM-AZ-UT-CO, July 2019
Nice point. Based on what you said, I am guessing you do not believe in using BG 44k or any additives.Here's the SDS (MSDS) for BG 44k, in case anyone (like me!) was interested in reading about it's ingredients.
and, here's an SDS for gasoline: https://www.vercounty.org/MSDS/EMA/9950allgradesgasoline.pdf
Back when I had a BMW there were many epic forum arguments about which fuel treatment worked the best, whether they even worked at all, and/or if any additives were worth it, or just snake oil.
There were a few good posts that had actual data (shocking, I know) and they showed that it was basically either stuff already in gasoline (which really does a good job of cleaning on its own) or stuff that isn't going to really work. Almost no one produced any figures to back up their claim that their "calibrated butt-dyno" backed up their claim.
The best point made was that if this stuff worked, then the dealer would sell it for a 1000% profit.