Think about your car for a moment. Although it might look clean and polished on the outside on the inside it’s dirty. Especially new GDI engines. Fuel injectors in GDI engines get so dirty, so fast you can actually start feeling the poor performance within 10k miles. Leave these injectors untreated and next thing you know, you are stuck with a slow, engine shaking car that just doesn’t go like it used to.
Sounds like a complicated problem, right? Well, our chemists don’t back down from a challenge. We know what it takes to formulate and innovate technology others can’t and that’s why 104+ Fuel Injector Pro is the ultimate fuel system and injector cleaning solution.
Have you heard of a GDI or DFI engine before? Gasoline Direct Injection or Direct Fuel Injection is new technology that ultimately stands for better performance. But that new found engine power comes at a price. That price is nasty carbon deposits!
Because these new Direct Injection Engines have the injector directly in the combustion chamber they become choked up by heavy, hard, caked-on deposits. These deposits are so tough to clean, there hasn’t been a fuel system cleaner on the market that could actually get rid of these pesky deposits. Until now. That’s why the experts at 104+ formulated Fuel Injector Pro.
The benefits are in the formula. Remove those power robbing, rough idle causing, MPG losing carbon deposits and eliminate all the headaches caused by them, with Fuel Injector Pro.
The big one is fuel economy; you are going to gain back those MPG’s that were lost, saving you at the pump. Not only is it going to save you at the pump, but at the shop as well! Fuel system treatments at the dealership could cost upwards of $250! So prevent spending this type of money every 10,000 miles and trust Fuel Injector Pro. Keep your money in your pocket!
104+ experts recommend adding entire contents of the bottle to gas tank and filling full with gas. For best results follow up with a second bottle at your next fill up. One bottle treats 18 gallons. We recommend repeating this process approximately every 7,000 miles or at every oil change.