Fitch Fuel Catalyst Customer Reviews
52 Customer Reviews
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Boost power, reduce emissions and save at the pump while you’re at it. The Fitch Fuel Catalyst enhances gasoline by boosting octane and bolsters diesel by improving cetane and lubricity. Designed in union with the Department of Defense, Fitch boosts all fuel types—diesel, gas, even JP fuels.
Fitch Fuel Catalyst pre-treats fuel before combustion. By running through Fitch’s proprietary metal alloy, normal fuels transform into superior-quality fuels. And, quality fuel means more power, increased MPGs and lower emissions. Plus, it allows premium-fuel engines to run lower-grade gas with no performance loss.
Not to worry, the Fitch Fuel Catalyst simply bolts right in under the hood. Each system comes with vehicle-specific quick-release fittings, so it’s easy to patch right in-line with your vehicle’s fuel system. What’s more, your Fitch Fuel Catalyst system is backed by a 250,000 mile warranty.
52 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Dean B (CASTAIC, CA) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tacoma — Jan 02, 2014 10:18 AM
- I noticed a slight improvement with MPG. No more than 1 mpg though. I'm not very impressed with MPG claims. Eh...is my response. - The exhaust is completely odor free from any typical smells from combustion. Before I put it on, I could smell the normal gaseous burning smells, and after, I cannot. This I was absolutely shocked about. I think every car should have one of these, just to help clean the air. - It idles slightly smoother.
Reviewed by Brian C (Warren, MI) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford Econoline — Sep 21, 2013 4:15 AM
Install instructions are basic. I haven't installed it because I haven't found the were to disconnect t he fuel lines yet. There is not tech support number to call. Disappointed so far.
Reviewed by Shane G (Guyton, GA) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford F-150 — Sep 06, 2013 7:41 AM
So far the fitch fuel catalyst has made no difference in my gas mileage. This is very discouraging considering the amount of time that it took to install. I plan on returning it as soon as i run a few more tans through it to make sure. In addition, i think fitch should include some sort of universal bracket in the package.
Reviewed by Edward A (VIRGINIA BEACH, VA) Reviewed for a 2004 Dodge Ram — Sep 05, 2013 1:50 PM
IT SEEMS THAT THE TRUCK IS IDLING A LITTLE SMOOTHER, DON'T KNOW ABOUT FUEL SAVINGS YET, HAVEN'T DROVE THAT MANY MILES SINCE I'VE INSTALLED IT. THE REASONE I PUT 3 STARS FOR INSTALLATION IS I HAD VERY HARD TIME REMOVING MY QUICK DISCONNECT ON FUEL LINE, I HAD TO GO TO THE AUTO PART STORE AND BUY A BETTER QUALITY TOOL TO DISCONNECT IT THAN THE ONE PROVIDED WITH THE FILTER.
Reviewed by Zachary M (CHARLESTON, SC) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Avalanche — Aug 18, 2013 9:17 AM
Installed it 2 weeks ago and haven't noticed any difference. The tool they supply to remove the fuel line is shit, buy a real one or use a small screwdriver to loosen the internal clips. Beautiful product from a manufacturing perspective, the brown is a little ugly though.
Reviewed by Steven R (Anthem, AZ) Reviewed for a 2010 Nissan Titan — Jun 18, 2013 9:32 PM
I love my Nissan Titan but the only complaint I have about the truck is that the fuel milage is pretty bad compared to previous trucks I've owned. So I bought a Fitch Fuel Catalyst and a Superchips Codex to experiment with. Long story short, I was able to gain 2 real mpg's average after a lot of controlled testing using this combo. More testing to come.
Reviewed by brian d (EPSOM, NH) — May 03, 2013 7:33 PM
THE UNIT A PEASE OF CAKE TO INSTALL IT CAME WITH TOOL TO DISSCONECT FUEL LINE FROM FUEL RAIL WELL MADE QUITE PRICEY .DOES MAKE JEEP RUN SMOOTHER .DONT KNOW ABOUT M P G NOT A DAILY RUNNER . I DONT KNOW HOW IT WORKS IN SIDE OF THE UNIT .JEEP HAS 144000 MI AND PERRS LIKE NEW.
Reviewed by Reymond K (SALEM, OR) Reviewed for a 2012 Hyundai Genesis — Sep 06, 2012 8:31 AM
Been using these for years; and have had good results with every auto application. What changes is the ability to use regular gas in a high compression motor (11:1)with no measurable timeing roll back and no detonation. Regular gas has a bit more energy, and this is reflected in better gas mileage. Suggest anyone considering this product first research John Fitch on Wikipedia, and then go to the Fitch site.