The first thing the drivers noticed was increased performance and less black smoke build up on the exhaust stacks.The Xp3 diesel enhancer is great for trucks if you want a good average. keep records on a monthly mileage basis because the different loads and road conditions affect fuel mileage.speed up ur truck at a constant average and maintain at high gear and power off on red signals as well.
Are you saying you have experience with Xp3?
i have a good and better experience of this diesel enhancer.but along with this u have to do lot of things like as we mention as earlier that . keep records on a monthly mileage basis because the different loads and road conditions affect fuel mileage.speed up your truck at a constant average and maintain at high gear and power off on red signals as well.
Please give me a call at 630-639-6009. Weekends are fine. I would like to talk to you more about it. You are correct about everything here. You are already on the right track in your thinking on how to do this.
What you are talking about is why I have new clients start by testing out no less then 90 days or 20 fills with Xp3 with some doubling up for the first 3 fills. I'll explain more when we talk. We'll discuss idle time too.
I look forward to our conversation.
Here is what my client Carlos is doing in his truck now. I will never tell people they are going to get what he is but this is not uncommon with Xp3. I think an owner operator would be happy to get even half of this. He's saving about $8K in less fuel alone ( after the cost of Xp3) not counting his less maintenance issues that can relate to fuel, like fouled injectors or EGR valve problems and more.
I wanted to write you and thank you for introducing me to XP3 Diesel Fuel Enhancer. Prior to your introduction I've always used Howels Fuel Additive however, my brief experience using XP3 has shattered years of Howels usage.
I saw and felt the difference within a couple of months and it seems to be getting better as time goes on. My engine, a Cummins M11, purrs like a cat when idling and roars like a beast when out on the open road "hammer down." My exhaust comes out clean which is good for the environment, which I like. My fuel consumption jumped from 6.3 to 7.4 MPG and I get better power when climbing those hills.
As long as I run trucks I will be using XP3, oh by the way, my engine is 14 years old.
Thanks again for all of your help!
Carlos J. Martinez
CJM Transport, Inc. DBA
New York Logistics
ya sure why not David,
its a good for me talk like u guys and we both share our experience as well.
The first thing you should do is to always ensure you drive at a steady pace because the faster you drive the more fuel you will use. Ensure your car is regularly serviced to make sure everything is in perfect working order.