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Fitch Fuel Catalyst Part #F3624 Customer Reviews
7 Customer Reviews
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 Thom F (Rockford, IL) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford F-150 — Apr 18, 2012 4:18 PM
Have used for years. Mileage increases with use. MX5's have problem with pre-detonation. Never happens with Fitch treated fuel. I even ran 87 octane with no "Ping". With no pinging, cam and ignition timing stay advanced improving performance.
Reviewed by Kelly Y (Readfield, ME) Reviewed for a 1998 Dodge Ram — Apr 11, 2012 6:49 AM
I am a long time and firm believer in Fitch. Been using the pellet type for years now. Read all the hype and one day just decided to order some and try it for myself. It works so well I have hundreds and hundreds of dollars of these things in use right now in all manner of fossil fuel burning items, although this is the first time I've ever ordered this canister type for a vehicle. I don't look at Fitch as a mileage thing. To me, it's simply a "best fuel you can possibly burn" kind of thing. I'm sure there's some extra mileage in there somewhere, but what I like is looking at the exhaust of all my stuff (lawn mowers, generator, snowmobiles, kerosene heaters, weed whackers, my truck, etc.) and seeing CLEAN mufflers and CLEAN burning kerosene heaters and CLEAN tailpipes, as well as CLEAN carbs and CLEAN fuel injectors. Was talking with a good friend of mine a few years back about Fitch. I took him into my garage and showed him the business end of my kerosene space heater (the kind that looks like a jet engine). His exact words upon seeing my totally clean kerosene heater that I use as my sole source of heat in the garage during the winter was, and I quote, "Holy sh**!" :) Needless to say the man is a Fitch man, today. :) If the fuel is burning so much cleaner with Fitch than without it you just know you're squeezing every ounce of energy from whatever it is you're burning. :)
Reviewed by Alan M (Lincoln, MO) Reviewed for a 2005 Dodge Dakota — Nov 19, 2009 12:19 PM
Installation of the catalyst was simple with the most difficult part being finding a good mounting location. After installation, the Fitch Fuel Catalyst gained me right around one mile per gallon more than before, or close to a five percent increase in fuel mileage. (18 mpg before to 19 mpg after tested over 2 weeks and through multiple tank-fills)
Reviewed by Bodie B (Kentwood, LA) Reviewed for a 2001 Dodge Ram — May 18, 2009 12:07 PM
I have a Hypertech programmer on my truck and setting it to the "Premium Fuel" level without running higher octane fuel results in the infamous "engine ping"... So I had the perfect test for the FFC right out of the box without having to calculate mpg's over a period of time to see if it truly makes any difference.... As soon as the FFC arrived I Installed it and with no hesitation bumped the Hypertech up to "Premium Fuel" ,eventhough 87 octane was in the tank. I hit the throttle and noticed increase in power right off, because of the higher setting on my Hypertech, and to my surprise no "engine ping". So there ya go, it does something, because running the same fuel without the FFC and with the programmer on "Premium Fuel" always resulted in that nasty little ping when you really put the tennis shoe to it. Installation: I thought was a piece of cake, but I have been around this stuff my whole life so maybe not as easy for others. Probably took me about 30 to 45 min. to install. I just put the FFC on so no real calculations on mpg gains and what not, but just being able to run the programmer on the higher setting is obviously making a difference.
Reviewed by Thomas S (Windber, PA) Reviewed for a 2001 Dodge Ram — Mar 19, 2009 4:16 PM