1962-01-01

Gasoline Detergents Control Intake System Deposits 620253

A field survey showed that some 30% of passenger cars had serious amounts of intake valve and port deposits. A laboratory study showed that this same percentage of cars suffers high speed power losses of 5% or more due to these deposits. The successful application of a gasoline soluble detergent for control of intake system deposits is described.

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