Motor Whiskey

No, it’s not a new drink from a hip bar. This additive is a valuable addition in the fuel – especially in the winter time, when the classic car is closed down. Because motor whiskey deprives the fuel and captures the humidity. Fuel is namely hydrostatic and for longer periods, the fuel attracts moisture, which is bound in the fuel. The result could be a rusted tank.

Motor Whiskey is also an additive with which the fuel injection system and the valves are cleaned. The running of the motor is quieter and the manufacturer also promises a lower fuel consumption.

Who drives the classic car on rallies in winter, should mix motor whiskey wet & dirt in the fuel. The cold start should be facilitated. The moistured air intake into the engine leads to less damage, because the moisture is absorbed.

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