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    Yamaha fuel addative

    I was surfing on Yamaha's PWC web site and found this NEW product that they sell and recomend for there waverunners , it even has a yamaha part number for it. Has anybody used it yet----------------- < Additives Products
    Fuel Med RX
    Designed for continuous use this concentration treats 5 gallons of gasoline, our special formulation not only stabilizes all types of gasoline but provides superior metal corrosion protection from the high levels of Ethanol sulfate salts in today's fuel & provides advanced metal protection for future E-15 fuel. No other formula provides this level of ethanol fuel corrosion protection for metals and aluminum fuel system components, an alcohol-free formula that not only locks in fuel potency but helps to prevent fuel oxidation, phase separation, gum and varnish build up. Good practice is to treat the un-used fuel no later than 7 days after purchase, best practice is to treat fuel at time of purchase. Current Fuel Stabilizer Plus 3.2 oz bottles are filled with the new Fuel Med RX formulation, product labels will be a running change.
    3.2 OZ Bottle
    Dealer Order Qty 48
    ACC-FUELM-RX-04 ( yamaha part number) Here is a Yamaha link Tommy Jordan


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    Yamaha has been selling their own fuel additive for a long time. Never used it.

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    I run the blue stabil....all the time

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    I guess we are lucky around here theres 4 stations with in @ 10 miles of me that carry non-ethanol fuel......In my little Honda beater I can get 50 miles more to a tank of non ethanol vs ethanol enriched fuel....Non ethanol fuel it usually about 10-12 cents more a gallon though.....

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    Good information. I wish someone would test the major fuel stabilizers out on the market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 800AMSOIL4U View Post
    Good information. I wish someone would test the major fuel stabilizers out on the market.
    BOATING magazine has a comparison in their magazine of some of the more popular additives. Here is a link to get you started. http://www.boatingmag.com/engines/et...posed-solution

    http://www.boatingmag.com/engines/ce...nol-treatments

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    What about Amsoil Quickshot?

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    if you run premium non ethanol fuel you shouldnt need any additives as the premium fuels are supposed to already have them.

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    I hear ya but for the case of VXR/S it is recommended to run on regular fuel and premium has no benefit except for I guess no ethanol.

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    Unless the Station post that the gas is ethanol free it has ethanol no matter what octane you use.....

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