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'Ryan's Report of Directory:Acetone as a Fuel Additive Effect on Mileage and Performance'


1977 Suzuki GS750 motorcycle. This is my daily rider here in Florida. I run only 93 pumpgas from the same station if I can help it (have been burned by bad gas more than once around here). Its a somewhat modified bike that has a bit more go than it should. But the clock reading 48,000mi (pretty impressive for most bikes) has seen alot of abuse. Performance day to day was always spot on the same so all testing is very noticeable. This is an inline 4, aircooled OHV carburated engine in a raised state of tune.

Talked a friend into trying some in his GSXR1000 '01, with only a pipe, K&N and a 2oz - 5gal mix boasted a 137hp to the wheel. He noted that the bike had a bit more pep to it as well while around town. (137hp @ the wheel!! out of a 1 liter motor!... where did we go wrong in cars?)


Suzuki GS750 77'

ratio(s) of acetone used (oz / 10 gal)