How FPC Works
An internal combustion engine will require less fuel to do the same amount of work, if the fuel can be made to burn more efficiently. FPC improves the ignition characteristics of today's fuels so that flame propagation is improved. The fuel is burned in a shorter period of time and at the optimum point of the power stroke.
This is illustrated below:
Pressure/time curves of untreated fuel and fuel treated with FPC. Notice fuel flow and injection timing constant.
Why FPC Works
The active ingredient in FPC is a burn rate modifier that causes the fuel to combust more rapidly, and sustains this enhanced combustion throughout the entire power stroke. The fuel burns faster and more competely, even after the piston has moved substantially down the cylinder. Combustion time is reduced, power output is increased, and the products of incomplete combustion diminished.