Less deposits, more power

Motor sport has always acted as a testing ground for the automotive industry. British specialists of the Shell concern used the knowledge gained during the preparation of fuel for Formula One racing cars 1 in the development of gasoline under the trade name V-Power. It contains ingredients that improve the combustion process and remove carbon deposits, formed due to partial oxidation of oil and fuel, accumulating on the intake valves and the inner surface of the intake pipes. These pollutants, disturbing the flow of the mixture, have an adverse effect on engine operation, lowering its power. As a consequence, the dynamics of the car deteriorates: its acceleration and the speed of reaction to the driver's commands, the evenness of the drive unit's operation is also disturbed. The additives in Shell V-Power Gasoline penetrate the deposited carbon deposits, rinse it out, soften and dissolve. Company representatives say, that in this way you can delete up to 80% sediment and improve o 10% engine performance, thus restoring its original state. Moreover, regular use of new fuel is of preventive importance, because it prevents the formation of new impurities.
Shell V-Power is unleaded gasoline, with octane number LO = 95. Also suitable for cars without a catalytic converter, and if the manufacturer recommends the use of leaded gasoline, it is necessary to combine its operation with the addition of Shell Millenium. V-Power can also be blended with other fuels.
Dirt appears on the intake valves after the mileage 15 thousand. km; additives contained in V-Power gasoline after another 15 thousand. km cause their almost complete removal. Porous deposits on the intake valve act like a sponge, absorbing, and then suddenly releasing some of the flowing fuel.
They cause a reduction in engine power and an increase in the emission of toxins in the exhaust gas