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The Permanent Stabilizler



If you think about it, most people have one thing in common. They use their motorcycles, snowmobiles, ATV's, Hot Rods, Custom Cars, RV's and other machines seasonally or just occasionally. They put them aside for a couple of weeks or even months at a time. Should they put in stabilizers or drain the tank if the machine is going to sit for a few weeks or more with fuel in the tank? Absolutely!!
After all, the partially stable fuel they have bought at their local service station only gets more stale. Do they always do this? Absolutely not.

Draining the machine either before or after it's been put aside for a few weeks is time consuming and a general pain.

Using stabilizers involves two things:

First: everyone has to remember to pour it in when they lay their machines aside for a couple of weeks or off season storage.

Second: each time they do not use the vehicle for extended periods of time and need to use stabilizers, they have to reach into their pockets for more money.

Now the price of stabilizer isn't much, but if you have to pay for it every time you put your machines away, stabilizer begins to look pretty expensive when compared to the one time cost of the third alternative.

The third alternative is The Fitch fuel Catalyst. With one application, good for the effective life of their machine you will not only be able to prevent fuel from going stale but will be able to reverse any prior retardation because the FFC returns fuel to its more combustible state. When you consider the Fitch Fuel Catalyst also pays for itself through increased fuel savings, the Fitch begins to look like a fairly appealing alternative to stabilizer.

Fitch vs Stabilizer? Stabilizer vs Fitch? What to do?

Still not convinced? Beyond retarding the degradation of the fuel in your tank, what else does stabilizer do for you? Nothing and it is a one time use only product. What does the Fitch do? A lot?

For a motorcycle, snowmobile or other vehicle owner who likes to tour the countryside, the Fitch increases fuel efficiency by 5% to12% meaning less cost and fewer worries about finding a gas station. It will also allow them to run on a lower octane than normal and will virtually eliminate the problems they often run into when they move from state to state or country to country due to differing fuel formulations. For the owner primarily interested in performance, the extra few horsepower and foot-pounds of torque the Fitch delivers make a big difference. For the snomobilier and off-road rider, the extra performance and the ability to avoid the fuel related maintenance problems, which can bring a good day to a screeching halt, are benefits that are not without merit.

And, of course, in addition to all the benefits, you are reducing the normal pollution level of bikes and other machines by 30% to 50%. Forgetting all these other benefits, as a device that simply keeps fuel from getting stale, the Fitch Fuel Catalyst is worth the price.


All internal combustion engine markets are familiar with additives and bolt on performance enhancing parts. Then why not a Fuel Catalyst ? The facts about fuel as stated above offer a better understanding of why there is a need for the Fitch Fuel Catalyst. The Fitch Fuel catalyst is not a miracle drug, it is simply technology moving forward. Technology which reformulates the fuel on board the vehicle or machine prior to combustion and by preventing oxygen and most diseases from attacking the fuel.
Do not be quick to dismiss the possibility that the Fitch Fuel Catalyst will deliver the benefits as claimed. It is easy to stand back and think "what if it doesn't work" but just take a moment and think "What if it really does work"?

More horsepower, greater torque, increased fuel efficiency, reduced carbon build up and maintenance, easier starting and no more need to use stabilizers.

These are some of the benefits you will get when you use the Fitch Fuel Catalyst. Remember, the Fitch doesn't make the engine better, it makes the fuel better, returning it to its "refinery fresh state". It is from this Fitch treated fuel that you will experience the benefits.

Gasoline and other fuels begin to break down almost immediately upon leaving the refinery and they degrade fairly quickly. Why do you think most people who race cars or motorcycles throw away the fuel they use on race day even if they are going to race again the following week? The Fitch Fuel Catalyst reverses the oxidization and other deterioration processes that occur in fuel so that they are always running their machine on fresh fuel.
Unless you are using the Fitch Fuel Catalyst, many of you have the same problem. Your machines can be running on less than optimal quality fuel.

You have a great machine!! It should be running on great fuel! For a small investment which pays for itself through fuel savings, you can install a Fitch Fuel catalyst and run your machine on great fuel for 250,000 miles and get all the benefits".


Click Here for--Full report test on the effects of the Fitch Fuel Catalyst on Bacterial Growth.

Click Here for pictures of the inside of a carb float bowl that was removed from a bike that had been running the Fitch for a few years. The bike's fuel tank and carb float bowl were never drained of fuel in the off season and also never used fuel stabilzers. Just parked and then run each season. It was never started or run through the winter seasons. Check it out to see how the Fitch worked to keep the fuel clean!!!

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