Fuel Shot Instructions


Warning: MAY CAUSE ALLERGIC SKIN REACTION. Avoid prolonged breathing of vapor, mist, gas. Avoid prolonged or repeated contact with skin, keep container closed. Wash thoroughly after handling.

NOTE! Fuel Shot is for Gasoline Engines Only!

Instructions for Use

  1. With engine off, remove vehicle’s fuel tank cap.
  2. Hold Fuel Shot syringe with tip up.
  3. Remove cap and carefully insert in fuel tank filler.
  4. Depress plunger to install Fuel shot. Ensure that the entire additive is emptied into the tank.
  5. Replace vehicle’s fuel tank cap.
  6. Discard syringe in proper waste receptacle.
  7. Recommend that customer fills fuel tank.

Fuel Shot Info/Cold Temperature Information

Fuel Shot is a concentrated dose of friction modifier. Since we do not dilute the product with any solvent, temperature changes may alter the viscosity and appearance of the product. Fuel Shot should be stored at or above 65 F. In the event that the product is exposed to cold temperatures, submerge in water for a few minutes. Wipe off water and install. In the event that the viscous product lodges in the anti-siphon baffle of the gasoline fill tube, use oil dipstick to push the product past baffle into the tank.

First Aid: Eyes: Flush with plenty of water for several minutes. Get medical attention if eye irritation persists. Skin: Wash skin with plenty of soap and water until all traces of material are removed. Remove and clean contaminated clothing. Destroy non-resistant footwear. Get medical attention if skin irritation persists or contact is prolonged. Ingestion: If more than several mouthfuls of this material are swallowed, give two glasses of water (16 oz.) Get medical attention. Inhalation: If irritation, headache, nausea, or drowsiness occurs, remove to fresh air. Get medical attention if breathing becomes difficult or respiratory irritation persists.