- One bottle treats up to 10 gallons of fuel (38 Liters)
- Gives high octane boost of up to 8 numbers / 80 points
- Increases horsepower
- Eliminates knocking and pinging
- Lead substitute
- Improves throttle response and acceleration
- Cleans fuel injectors
- Eliminates gum and varnish build-up
Frequently Asked QuestionsDoes your octane booster work with O2 sensors and catalytic converters?
In a word, no. Octanium is not suited for vehicles equipped with oxygen sensors and catalytic converters. We suggest that you use VP Octanium Unleaded octane booster at the recommended treat rate. Doing so ensures the safety of those emission control devices.
How long does it last in its original packaging?
An unopened can of Octanium will last up to five years.
How many numbers will Octanium® boost my octane?
One quart treats up to 10 gallons and gives you an octane boost up to eight numbers. Another key point is that it improves throttle response and acceleration while eliminating knocks and pings. Comparatively, if you treat 20 gallons of gas with one quart of Octanium, your octane can increase by up to 4 numbers.
Is Octanium safe to use in a two stroke engine? Specifically a snowmobile engine? It’s a Polaris 850 Patriot. I only have access to 90 and 88 octane unleaded gas and the manufacturer recommends minimum 91 octane
Octanium is safe for use in both 2-cycle & 4-cycle applications. The exact dosage will depend on whether or not your application has emission control devices (ECDs). If it does have ECDs, you'll want to use Octanium Unleaded.