Stop fuel breakdown in your motorcycle with Star Tron Fuel Treatment!
Due to my obligations, I usually only have time to ride my motorcycles on the weekend which means that both my 2014 Honda Grom and Honda CBR250R lay dormant most of the week. Both motorcycles get amazing gas mileage which means that I might only refuel once a season. Coupled with this is in Ohio we only have about a six month riding season, the other six months the motorcycles sit idle in hibernation. All of these factors contribute to fuel breakdown in the gas tanks of your motorcycles which could lead to mechanical problems in the future.
Motorcyclists have a new enemy to contend with, E10 gasoline which contains 10% Ethanol. The problem with ethanol is that it causes moisture buildup in your fuel system which can lead to rust and corrosion.
My solution to these problems is to add Star Brite Star Tron Enzyme Fuel Treatment to the fuel with every fill-up of my motorcycles. This will keep the fuel as fresh as the day you refueled at the gas station and will prevent moisture buildup in your fuel system.
Like most people, I was skeptical about this product. My mainstay for years was to add Sta-Bil fuel stabilizer to the gas in the tanks of my motorcycles. The problem with Sta-Bil is that it does not address the moisture problem caused by ethanol. What finally got me to try this product is when I asked two motorcycle dealerships their recommendations on fuel treatment and both recommended this product!
Star Brite, the maker of Star Tron, claims that this product increases engine performance and reduces gum and varnish in the engine. I am not sure how you could prove these claims. What I can say is that I have not had any problems with the fuel system of my motorcycles since I started using this product. Adding this fuel treatment to both motorcycles did NOT have any negative effects on the performance.
Some testimonials claim that adding Star Tron actually fixed problems with the fuel system of their vehicle. Will Star Tron Enzyme Fuel Treatment help with a slight hesitation off the throttle......probably. Can you use Star Tron Enzyme Fuel Treatment in place of a complete carburetor rebuild after a motorcycle has been sitting in a garage for ten years.......probably not!