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Phaser 3000 gas treatment 3 Years, 9 Months ago  
A salesman came by the shop yesterday to demonstrate a gas treatment product that is sold under the name of "Phaser 3000". It is distributed by Primrose oil; www.primrose.com .
After watching the demo & doing some on-line research,I just wanted to put the word out that THIS STUFF WORKS! You can view the same demo that I saw on U-Tube.
I've long been a promoter of Sta-Bil. We sell a lot of it at the shop. Sta-bil causes the water in gasoline to "settle-out" to the bottom of the tank(something else I learned yesterday). This results in a layer of water/ethanol on the bottom of the tank & a lower octane rating of the top layer of gasoline.
The Phaser 3000 absorbs water molecules by breaking the bond & encapsulating the water molecules. This returns the separated layers into a single mixture. The water molecules are then eliminated during the normal combustion process.
Do your own research,look at the demo on U-Tube,and make your own decision. I believe that this stuff will do everything that they say it will.
Just thought I'd put this out there.
 
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Re:Phaser 3000 gas treatment 3 Years, 9 Months ago  
I'm still a "SeaFoam" guy, sorry.
 
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Re:Phaser 3000 gas treatment 3 Years, 9 Months ago  
I found this interesting...

"Avoid products that claim to prevent Phase separation"
http://www.fuel-testers.com/is_gas_additive_safe_with_e10_list.html
Phaser3000 also contains 2-Butoxyethanol and the above link warns not to use such products.
 
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Re:Phaser 3000 gas treatment 3 Years, 9 Months ago  
After looking at their ingredient I kinda thought there might be a problem. Nice to see that Stabil is okay especially since I've got it mixed in a full tank now.
 
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