XLP Fuel Additive

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XLP Fuel Additive is a premium grade "deposit control" additive which combines the powerful benefits of premium gasoline detergent and a friction modifier. These two ingredients provide a performance boosting aftermarket additive – beginning the first time it is used.

Created by MidContinental Chemical (MCC), XLP's proprietary formulation was created in 2006 and distributed exclusively through one of the "TOP 5" largest direct selling companies in the world. 

Literally, hundreds of thousands of bottles have been sold to satisfied customers all across the United States. 

Now, XLP Fuel Additives are available to ever driver in America. Overall benefits include; Can improved Gas Mileage, Control Deposit, Keep engines clean, with no harmful effects. 
 XLP Fuel Additives: Gasoline

Why did MCC chose to blend a cleanser and friction reducer as the main ingredients of XLP?

The Clean Air Act mandates that all gasoline be treated with detergent to reduce emissions into the atmosphere. These minimum levels of detergents may not prevent the formation of deposits on fuel injectors, carburetors and intake valves.

Harmful effects of deposits in the Carburetor and Fuel Injectors cause hesitation and stumbling, higher emissions of Hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide, lower fuel economy and lower power output. In regard to the intake values, deposits cause hesitation, higher emissions and lower power output.

Therefore, performance benefits of deposit control additives can; provide excellent port fuel injector deposit cleanup and keep-clean performance, provide excellent injection value deposit cleanup and keep-clean performance and have no detrimental side effects. However, since everyone drives cars that vary in model, age and consistency of maintenance, it becomes difficult to predict your exact results. Therefore, MCC can only provide general results that "Can Occur" and you'll have to provide the specific.  

Now, lets discuss the second ingredient, the friction modifier. You can get both immediate and long-term benefits from the friction modifier. Immediate benefits include an improvement in fuel economy and the reduction of internal friction in the engine. Used over the long haul, it can improve or restore fuel efficiency of the engine oil. Using a common industry standard test, XLP showed the residual effect of friction modifiers that accumulate in the oil crankcase with continued use of this product. This is achieved from wall wetting and accumulation in crankcase oil.

Advantages can include; Restoration of lost power, improved acceleration, smoothed out rough idling, increased fuel economy, elimination of intake valve sticking, excellent protection against corrosion, used in new and old engines with no detrimental side effects.

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Initial (clean-up) treatment rate: 4.5 ounces per 15 gallons of gas: 4.5 ounces per 15 gallons of gasoline clean up treatment can; increase fuel economy in the first tankful, restore lost power, improve acceleration and clean up injectors, intake valves, intake ports and intake manifold.

Ongoing (keep clean) treatment rate: 1.5 ounces per 15 gallons of gas: 1.5 ounces per 15 gallons can; maintain fuel economy, will keep intake valves clean and will clean up port fuel injectors, carburetor and intake manifold. Packaged 16 ounces per bottle.

Suggested Retail:  
                                1 each 15 oz. bottle @              21.95
                                4 each 15 oz. bottles @            79.95
                              10 each 15 oz. bottles @          149.95
                                1 each 55 gallon drum @   1,995.95

XLP Fuel Additives: Diesel 

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MidContinental Chemical has formulated a premium Diesel additive package that combines the powerful benefits of patented cleansing technology with other diesel additive components.

MCC has added lubricity improvers, corrosion inhibitors, stabilizers, and winter operability additives such as cold flow improvers and deicers to provide a performance boosting additive beginning with the very first use. 

Why a Diesel fuel detergent? To help maintain cleanliness of the fuel pump and component parts, helps to prevent fouling and deposit formation on the fuel injector nozzles, to control acid initiated corrosion and erosion of fuel injector nozzle orifices and to provide corrosion control and protection of ferrous metal parts. Detergents also aid in the preventing of gum formation on high pressure fuel injector parts. The use of detergents in ULSD fuel has gained even more importance with the launch of the 2007 diesel engines designed specifically for ULSD fuel. 

Benefits of XLP: Provides engine clean up and keeps clean performance, improves fuel economy, reduce emissions, meets the lubricity requirements suggested by the OEM's, provide excellent corrosion protection, reduce pour point up to 35 degrees F, reduce CFPP up to 22 degrees F, provide deicing protection down to -50 degrees F and improve fuel stability. Your results will vary depending on the equipment, age of the equipment and the upkeep of the equipment.

Why do I need a Lubricity Improver? ULSD has less lubricity due to the process used to remove sulfur. Lubricity is required to protect fuel injection systems. Lubricity is measured as a function of wear and is measured by ASTM D 6079 High Frequency Reciprocating Rig (HFRR).

Lubricity Requirement--XLP meets the suggested wear requirements of OEM's: New revision to ASTM D 975 5 requires wear scar diameter. Twenty-six states now require diesel fuel to meet ASTM D 975 5-520 micron average scar wear diameter.

States: Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Washington, West Virginia and Wyoming.

XLP Enhances the performance of fuels with poor lubricity characteristics such as ultra low sulfur diesel, increases service life of fuel handling and metering systems, demonstrates minimal interaction with basic system contaminates such as lube oils and caustic, excellent tolerance to water contamination and does not contribute to combustion deposits.

XLP improves low temperature characteristics of diesel fuel. At low temperatures, wax crystals form in diesel fuel causing problems with pumping and filtration. Wax can accumulate on fuel filter media leading to plugging of small orifices and lines. Pour point SLSD baseline is -1 degree F and CFPP is 10 degrees F.

XLP is effective in reducing ice formation: Water contamination in diesel fuel is common. Ice crystals from in cool fuel and settle to the bottom of the tanks. Ice crystals may cause additional problems with fuel pumpability and fuel filter plugging.

XLP improves the storage stability of diesel fuel: unstable fuels will turn dark and produce gum forming residues. Filter plugging and poor performance will follow. Stabilizers are usually added to prevent this degradation. Literature reports suggest that the thermal/oxidative stability of ULSD fuel will not require additional stabilizer. ULSD fuel is highly paraffinic with very low aromatic and olefinic content. Work conducted by SwRI suggests that combinations of ULSD fuel combines with bio diesel fuel (B20) are unstable and difficult to stabilize.

Treat Rate: Bottle size is 1 gallon which treats 600 gallons of diesel fuel. 

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Suggested Retail:
                                 1 gallon @                    69.95 
                                4 gallons @                 239.95
                                1 55 gallons drum   2,595.00


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Toyota 4Runner increases MPG by 16%.

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XLP Fuel Additive increased MPG on this Toyota 4 Runner by 16% AND expanded the total miles driven on five fill ups by 228 miles!

In our "XLP Challenge", we saw overall MPG increase from 14.3 to 16.6 MPG. Total miles after 5 fill up's with regular 87 octane untreated gasoline. We also  increased overall miles driven from 996 to 1214 miles once treated. This works out to be a 23% in everyday driving conditions.

To put this in perspective, Taylor had driven the same total miles on only FOUR fill-ups treated with XLP as he had on the previous FIVE tanks without XLP Fuel Additives. So, you could say that for every FOUR fill-ups with XLP, he'll got the 5th tank free!

Additionally, on a per tankful basis, his average miles increased from 197 miles to 243.

This data was collected by taking the XLP Challenge. Taylor purchased this 1997 Toyota 4 Runner with an odometer reading of 85,625 miles. Not knowing how the previous owner treated the engine, we ran FIVE tanks of regular 87 octane gas through the vehicle. Once we recorded the data, we added XLP and ran another FIVE. We carefully recorded the information as outlined out in the "XLP Challenge" documents attached.
Increased MPG and Total Miles Driven

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We began the test on February 28, 2009 and completed it on April 25, 2009. While the average cost per gallon of fuel rose from $$1.927 to $2.109, the cost to per mile fell by 4.86% from $0.1335 cents per mile to $0.1270 cents. More miles, more miles per gallon and a lower cost per mile. Seems like you need to check this stuff out!


1993 GMC Safari's MPG jumps by 22% with XLP Fuel Additive

XLP Fuel Additive--myxlp.com-1993 GMC Van ResultsScott Kelly recently took the XLP Fuel Additive challenge and won big!

His 1993 GMC Safari Van started the test with 210,457 miles on the odometer and finished with a reading of 213,975. Scott ran FIVE tanks of fuel through his vehicle and recorded the results before adding XLP Fuel Additive.

During the initial test, he drove 1,816 miles; spent $295.41 in gas, purchased 106 gallons of fuel, achieved 17.1 MPG (miles per gallon) at a cost of $0.1627 cents per mile driven. His MPG ranged from 16.97 to 17.34 MPG. The test began on February 28th and ended on March 18th, 2009.

Scott then added XLP and began the next phase. He ran FIVE total tanks to ensure the consistency of the date. On his first fill up, he adds 4.5 oz. flush the crud out of the system. After the initial clean up, he measures 1.5 oz. per tankful. Therefore, his first bottle treated EIGHT tank and every bottle at the 1.5 oz. treat rate lasts for ELEVEN.

And the results?

XLP Fuel Additive--myxlp.com-1993 GMC Van ResultsScott drove 1,802 miles over FIVE tanks, spending only $238.05. This means Scott spent $57.00 less using XLP (86.13 gallons vs. 106.03 gallons) and a reduction of 19.90 gallons or 18.77%.

Considering a retail of only $19.95 per bottle, that's quite an impressive savings. It's like saying; "I'm selling $57.00 for $19.95, how many $57.00 chunks do you want?

It's important to point out that the average cost per gallon in the first phase of the test was $2.787 and with XLP was $2.765. The
differential in gas prices represented only 7/10ths of 1 percent. So it wasn't an increase in fuel costs per gallon that helped him achieve these great results. That only contributed $1.91 of the $57.00 and the rest was XLP!

Scott purchased only 86.13 gallons of fuel to drive roughly the same total miles (1,816 vs. 1,802). This is a reduction in fuel of 19.90 gallons or a 18.77% cut in consumption. What if the entire United States were to reduce fuel consumption by the same amount but not required to lose the freedom to drive the same miles?

According to the Energy Information Administration, America consume 138 Billion gallons of fuel each year. If everyone used XLP and achieved the same 18.77% reduction as Scott, this would create a savings of 25,896,969,000 gallons of gas each year! That's 616,694,500 barrel of oil, selling for $71.30 according to Bloomburg, producing a $43.9 Billion in annual savings.

Think about it, the US Government just spend $1.0 Billion to promote Cash for Clunkers. According to Business Week, it's estimated the program will produce a fuel savings of 56,000,000 gallons for the 250,000 clunkers it removed from the highways. If the Government had only purchased a years supply of XLP for each of the 254,000,000 cars registered here in America, we could have raised the amount of gallons saved from 56 million gallons to 25.8 Billion gallons and achieve massive amounts of PV.

Well, maybe wishful thinking but it never hurts to dream!

Other Observations

In this summary chart, it shows the complete picture. Total dollars spend on gas dropped by 19.4% ($295.41 vs. $238.05), MPG increased by 22.12% (17.1 to 20.9) and cost per mile dropped by 18.66% ($0.1627 to $0.1323). Do you have to have 213,000 miles on your car to achieve results? Heck no. Make sure you begin your XLP Challenge so you can do your part to save the planet....or just save a few bucks!

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XLP Fuel Additves-Diesel now available in 55 Gallon Drums

XLP Fuel Additives-Diesel Formula-myxlp.com XLP Fuel Additives today announced its offering a 55 gallon drum program for the diesel additive. This means you can now offer larger, industrial type users the opportunity to add XLP to their in ground or above ground storage tanks.

Each drum contains a total of 6,912 ounces. XLP Fuel Additives are a super concentrated formula. At a treat rate of 1 oz. per 5 gallons of fuel, each drum will treat 32,400 gallons. Each drum actually contains 54 gallons, treating 600 gallons of fuel per gallon of XLP, at a retail cost of $2,419.00 per drum. 

Consider the farmers, truckers and users of diesel trucks located in America? If XLP presents actual testimonials, do you think you can present the results to your friends and family to show them how to save money? Do you think anyone is looking to save money on fuel bills these days?
In the coming days and weeks ahead, we plan to present additional diesel testimonials and success stories. In detail, we've documented fantastic results by using XLP for Diesel.

Specifically, take the case of this farmer who used XLP in his John Deere 4640 tractors. Each tractor holds 80 gallons of diesel and will run for approximately 10 hours, burning 8 gallons per hour. XLP cleaned out the sludge, reduced the amount of black smoke emitted, caused the fuel filter to be changed and added TWO additional hours per tankful during planting and harvest. If they burned 8 gallons per hour, then a 80 gallon tank would last 10 hours without and 12 hours with XLP. That's a 20% increase per tankful of fuel. Look for more success stories from the Ag industry in the coming weeks as the fall harvest comes to a conclusion in the Northwest part of America.


XLP FUEL ADDITIVES-Diesel for Agriculture-II

XLP Fuel Additives: XLP Diesel produces for Farmers-Agricuture Part I

XLP Fuel Additives: XLP Diesel produces for Farmers-Agricuture Part I This is a two part series documenting the use of XLP Diesel in the Agriculture industry. In Farms across Oregon, XLP Diesel just concluded the most comprehensive tests to date.

Here are 5 farms who tested the product. In several cases, XLP has helped farmers both save money and improve performance of their equipment.

This information has been made possible by the great effort put forth by Kelly Lukkasson. Through his own research, Mr. Lukkasson tested XLP, documented the results, then shared it with his Farmer friends to illustrate how their farming operations could benefit by adding XLP Diesel to their equipment.

Franmar Farms: Salem Oregon
Marlin and Fran Johnson began using XLP Diesel in their John Deere 4640 tractors. They tested XLP for the entire season. This included; preparing ground for planting, fertilizing, planting, weed spraying, harvest and plowing. The tractors have a 80 gallon tank and burn 8 gallons per hour, running 10 hours on one tank of fuel. At $2.06 a gallon for bulk diesel, it costs $164.80 to run each for 10 hours and $330 for the pair.

XLP delivered impressive results. XLP extended the operation of each tractor by 2 hours, from 10 to 12 on a single tank. That's an impressive 20% increase. If fuel consumption is 8 gallons an hour, XLP saved 16 gallons per tractor or 32 per day. At $2.06 per gallon, XLP provided a saving of $32.96 per tractor and $65.92 for the pair.

At a treat rate of 1 oz. per 5 gallons of fuel; 16 oz. of XLP is required for 80 gallons. At $0.31 cents per ounce, XLP costs $4.96 per tractor or $9.92 for the pair. Think of it this way; if you invest $10.00 per day in XLP, it'll return $65.92 in fuel savings. So if I said; you give me $10.00 and I'll give you $65 in return...how many of these transactions would you like?


Woodburn Nursery-Woodburn Oregon

XLP Fuel Additives: XLP Diesel produces for Farmers-Agricuture Part IWoodburn used XLP for the first time in 2009. Without XLP, this bean Picker burns 4.5 gallon of fuel per hour. With XLP, that number dropped by 13.3% to 3.9 gallons an hour. Additionally, it gave equipment like this more horsepower and better performance as it cleaned out deposits that built up inside the engine over the past years of use. In addition to cleaning, XLP provides a lubricant to coat the engine for continued and ongoing performance.

XLP Fuel Additives: XLP Diesel produces for Farmers-Agricuture Part IEqually impressive was the performance of the irrigation system. The Water-Master Big Gun used 22% less fuel per day to power the pump. Simply put, XLP cleaned the engine and provided lubrication to reduce friction, causing it to run more efficiently.

Woodburn also tested XLP in a newly purchased 'New Holland' Combine. Since new equipment has no deposits build up in the engine, XLP showed no immediate results. However, that doesn't mean its not working. If they continue the usage, the engine will maintain current performance. If they stop, performance will drop until XLP is added to clean out deposits and return the engine to peak performance.

WM Bochsler Farm-Mount Angel, Oregon

XLP Fuel Additives: XLP Diesel produces for Farmers-Agricuture Part IWM Bochsler Farm grows blueberries and used XLP for the first time this fall. Having just concluded harvest, it's been a little busy for the guys to report results. We plan on circling back with WM Bochsler Farm to collect and report on the results.

This client decided to try XLP based on the results other farms reported via their experience. Testimonials are always the most powerful way to influence decision makers to try something new.

Kraemer Farms- Mount Angel, Oregon

Kraemer Farms purchased 4 gallons of XLP diesel to conduct their own test. They heard from Mr. Lukkasson that the product had been working for others and helping reduce the
cost of operations. This farm works thousands of acres of land. They grow wheat, peppers, cauliflower and more. During harvest, they run four Semi trucks filled with peppers from Salem Oregon to Boise Idaho. Each truck goes out every 3 days and completes the 950 mile circuit. Trucks are using 2% bio-diesel. What a perfect test.

They added the product at a rate of 1 oz. per 5 gallons of fuel. One of the drivers called Duane who ordered the test; Duane, what did you do to make this truck run better? Driver said he really liked it, made his truck run better with more power. As they measured the results, they used 30 less gallons to make the round trip journey. At $2.67 for diesel fuel, that a $80.10 savings in fuel.

Annen Brothers Farm - Mount Angel, Oregon

This is an amazing operation that grows Hops for the production of Beer. Annen Brothers consumes 6,000 gallons of fuel each year and just began their test of XLP. They began using XLP in 2009 and have been impressed with the results. While they've not recorded the numbers yet, the feedback is that the equipment is running better. Additionally, they know that XLP will protect their equipment by provided the lubricity needed to keep the engine running without harmful damage that bio diesel or ultra low sulfur diesel can cause.
XLP Produces Big for Farmers-Part II

Part 2 of this Agriculture report will be posted in the next few weeks. This will include hard hitting results including; a trucker who hauls 110,000 pounds of wheat per day, Chuck Eder Farms who purchased the first 55 gallon drum, Lake Labish Farms who tested XLP in a variety of different equipment and TK Nursery who found big results with his Water Master Big Gun irrigation system. All documented results using XLP.

XLP Fuel Additives: XLP Diesel put the test on Oregon Farms-Agriculture II

XLP Fuel Additives: XLP Diesel put the test on Oregon Farms-Agriculture II Doug Harris owns a Peterbuilt truck and contracts with Farms to haul crops. During Oregon's harvest season, Doug hauls 110,000 pounds of wheat everyday. That's 3 loads per day.

Before XLP for better fuel economy , Doug was averaging 3.9 MPG and was experiencing major difficulties when starting up his rig. He'd have to crank and crank, crank and crank, crank and crank before it fired up. It was noticeable. And this was only the beginning. Once started, the truck would smoke badly, like a city bus belching out smoke. Another problem; as the fuel in the tank would draw down to about 1/3rd of tank, the truck would 'surge' almost as if the fuel pump was gasping for fuel and suddenly got a big gulp. A strange set of problems and all related to deposits built up within the engine.

At some point, Kelly Lukkasson approached Doug and told him about XLP. He passed along stories about how XLP for better fuel economy solved problems for a variety of farmers in the area. Doug agreed to try the product and quickly realized what others have come to find out, that XLP really works!

Using a treat rate of 1 oz. per 5 gallons, Doug began to see results after running 3 tanks through his truck. The truck began to fire up on the first crank, each and every time. Once running, Doug noticed a reduction in the black smoke. But the most obvious, Doug noticed his fuel mileage increased by 12.8 percent, from 3.9 to 4.4 mpg. Overall, he noticed the truck just ran better and he felt more power.

XLP Fuel Additives: XLP Diesel put the test on Oregon Farms-Agriculture IIIt's interesting to point out that not all rigs will see an increase in mpg. However, that doesn't mean it's not working or the truck is not realizing a benefit. It's important to note that Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel fuel or ULSD may be good for the environment but removing the Sulfur has created a new set of problems. See, it's the sulfur that provided the lubricity engines needed to run efficiently. Unfortunately, this sulfur has been significantly reduced in ULSD. Something has to replace that sulfur or maintenance problems will follow.

Beyond the sulfur issue, certain types of fuels are causing "problematic deposits inside high pressure diesel common rail fuel injection systems, as reported by the Engine Manufacturer Association or EMA" (See problematic deposits). For every action, you always see an equal and opposite reaction and that's what Doug's Peterbuilt was experiencing. Adding XLP for better fuel economy reversed many of these negative effects and improved overall performance.

XLP Diesel put to the test on Oregon Farms- Ag II

TK Nursery:

XLP Fuel Additives: XLP Diesel put the test on Oregon Farms-Agriculture IITK nursery runs a Water Master Big-Gun irrigation System. I know you've seen them; big systems pumping water to feed the crops. These watering systems have fuel tanks that hold about 100 gallons and generally run for 3 days. While this photo depicts a similar watering system, it's not the exact system used at TK Nursery. However, we took the liberty of adding it because it does a great job of illustrating the Big Gun concept. You get the idea.

With XLP, TK Nursery reduced fuel consumption by 20 gallons every 3 days. At $2.06 for bulk diesel, that equals a savings of $41.20 per tankful. The client was pleased! These results are similar to those achieved by Woodburn Nursery, featured in part I of our Agriculture series.

Chuck Eder Farm:

XLP Fuel Additives: XLP Diesel put the test on Oregon Farms-Agriculture II Chuck Eder Farm was the first to purchase a 55 gallon drum. The item number is 74-7723. Each drum contains 54 gallons of product, treats 32,400 gallons of fuel at a cost of $0.31 per ounce.

It's a simple story. They run two 2-1680 Case combines. With XLP, they reduced fuel consumption by 4 gallons per 10 hours. Not sure of the 'gallons per hour' (GPH) consumption rate prior to the test but it's impressive enough that they purchased a drum and now add it directly into the fuel storage tanks. Sometimes the data recorded is not as detailed as we'd prefer but it still an attention getter!

Lake Labish Farm:

XLP Fuel Additives: XLP Diesel put the test on Oregon Farms-Agriculture IIGlenn Woelke put XLP to the test in a variety of equipment. He tested the product in this combine, an onion pickers, onion hauling trucks and other assorted vehicles.

Here's Glenn pictured standing in front of a John Deere 9500. Lake Labish Farm is owned by Greg Benett and Glenn Woelke is a fantastic diesel mechanic who operates and keeps all this equipment running. Glenn convinced Greg to give XLP a try.

Glenn saw the fuel consumption fall from 6.0 to 5.25 gallons per hour. That's a 12.5% decrease in consumption! At $2.06 per bulk gallon, were talking about saving $15.45 per every 10 hours. While that's not a huge number, it all adds up. And don't forget the fact that this is a newer piece of equipment. Generally speaking, the newer the equipment, the less impact since fuel deposits have not yet built up in the engine. However, the older the equipment, the bigger the results.

Lake Labish also grows onions. They operate 2 SP132 onion pickers and a variety of trucks to haul onions. These onion pickers consume fuel at a rate of 5.5 Gallons Per Hour. XLP lowered consumption by 9% to 5.0 GPH. At $2.06 per gallon, that's another $7.21 per unit or $14.42 a day. While this wont begin to payoff the national debt, when spread over a variety of equipment, it adds up. And we haven't mentioned the increase in overall performance once the initial
support but make a simple claim; "It just runs better".

While we don't publish these claims, our feeling is; ENOUGH SAID!

XLP Fuel Additives: New and Impoved Bottle!

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XLP® Fuel Additives: Gasoline Fuel System Cleaner

One 15-oz. container

It's finally here! The new XLP Fuel Additive Gasoline bottle with the built-in 1oz measuring chamber. 

The beauty of this measuring chamber is you just squeeze the bottle to fill the chamber, remove the top and pour. Simple, exact and no muss, no fuss. 

The new chamber measures ONE ounce with a 1/2 ounce line included on the side of the bottle for ease of measuring. For initial clean up, pour 4.5 ounces into a 15 gallon gas tank to clean the gunk and dirt out of your engine. 

By the way, is the gas you buy dirty? The simple answer is YES. So by using 4.5 ounces, you clean the injectors and valves and really improve the performance of you vehicle by blowing out all the deposits left from dirty gas. 

But XLP goes a step further by including a friction modifier. As you use the product, it blends into your engine oil and coats the internal components. As a result, you modify the internal friction that might otherwise rob you of optimal fuel performance. You'll notice the improvement in total miles you can drive on each tank of gas.

Once the initial tank is complete, maintain your vehicles new performance by using 1.5 ounces per 15 gallons of gasoline. This means, if you have a 15 gallon tank, your first bottle purchased will treat approximately 8 fill-ups and 11 fill-ups thereafter. 

So get the new XLP Bottle and let us know what you think.