I just purchased some premium winter additive concentration. I am trying to figure out an equation for addition. It says that one gallon will treat two thousand gallons. I am a little uncertain about my math formula. All I really want to treat is one tank full at a time. Or to make it simple maybe ten gallons at a time. Its probably a simple math equation and I'm thinking tohard. Any advise would be nice. Its getting cold and gellin. Thanks everybody. Happy holidays.
1gal/2000GAL * 128 oz/gal = .064 oz per fuel GAL = 1.9 cc / GAL = 1 oz per 15.6 GAL
or about 2oz per 30 gallon fuel tank.
a standard size single shot in the U.S. and Canada is generally considered to be 1.25–1.5 fl oz. Except in Utah, where a shot is defined as 1.5 fl oz
So, two shots of additive per average tankful of fuel, except in Utah unless you got a bigger tank.
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