Posts Tagged: fuel injectors

Rislone Defender Featured in New Monster Truck Destruction Game for iOS

Holly, MI (Dec 13, 2012) – The Rislone® Defender monster truck is featured in ODD Games’ new Monster Truck Destruction game launching today through Apple’s App Store. Players choose monster trucks to crush obstacles, race competitors and hear the roar of the crowd, just like Rislone Defender driver Zach Adams does in real life most weekends.

The Rislone Defender is easily identified by its bright yellow and red color scheme highlighted by the Rislone Mad Scientist clutching a bottle of Rislone Fuel Injector Cleaner. In a game that emphasizes power and performance, Rislone Fuel Injector Cleaner fits right in. It’s a complete fuel system tune-up, designed to maximize vehicle power, performance and mileage.

“We’ve been involved in motorsports for decades and have sponsored the Rislone Defender monster…

PHOTOS: How Rislone Fuel Injector Cleaner with UCL Improves Gas Mileage

Here’s a personal, unscientific illustration of how our Rislone Fuel Injector Cleaner with UCL can improve gas mileage. Note: this is not a guarantee that all cars/situations will see these results. This is just one casual test conducted at one point in time on one car.

Backstory: I used to have a Volkswagen GTI MkV. I used our Rislone Fuel Injector Cleaner with UCL back then and saw an approximate 8%–10% increase in MPG. Unfortunately, I didn’t take any photos or log any data to illustrate it.

I’m now driving another car, and decided to run the same test.

The first picture is what I get without using Rislone Fuel Injector Cleaner with UCL. This was shot about 50 miles into a full tank of gas.

Posted in: Fuel System

Testimonial: “Many thanks for creating something that actually works.”

Fred V. from Edmonton, Alberta CA wrote us over the weekend. This is what he said:
We have a 2001 Chrysler 300m and the fuel pump gauge started to ping and drop to empty and then back up again. It did this for approx. the first 1/4 tank after filling. I found out that the fuel pump had a sensor that registers the amount of fuel in the tank and this cannot be replaced by itself….the whole pump has to be replace at a cost of around $600. (the gas tank has to be dropped).

I tried several fuel conditioners and they did not work. Then I ran into yours and noticed that the label did say that…

Posted in: Fuel System

“Your products work so well, especially compared to others.”

For anyone thinking all fuel injector treatments are the same, perhaps Gary P. from Georgia can change your mind. He says:
“Not a question, but a comment about Rislone Products. I have used the Rislone oil additive for 35 years now. ( I first used it in a ’74 Ford LTD.) I am always amazed at how it restores power to old engines, expecially when using today’s synthetic oils which I suspect have a little detergent in them. Recently I had a car that lost it’s fuel pressure every time I shut it off. I knew it was a pressure leak at the fuel pump, the fuel pressure regulator or an injector stuck open. Techron, Chemtool, STP fuel treatments didn’t help. After 30,000 miles…

Posted in: Fuel System