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Support Group for Performance-Challenged Engines

By Dee Scrip

The heart of the circulatory system in vehicles is the engine. Your engine could be performance-challenged if it exhibits one or more of these symptoms:

· Chronic Fatigue
· Listlessness or Sluggishness
· Difficulty Maintaining Former Miles Per Gallon
· Hemophiliac Emissions
· Irritability
· Octane Deprivation

As the primary caregiver of your engine, you’ve accepted the responsibility for maintenance, e.g., purchasing fuel, changing spark plugs, lubricating valves, changing oil, etc., but in spite of meticulous nurturing, your engine continues to be unreceptive.

According to the Fuel Doctor, the problematic symptoms are indicative of a common eating disorder known only to vehicles, e.g., automobiles, trucks, boats, RVs, motorcycles, etc. The eating disorder is a direct result of gasoline or diesel fuel feedings. This vehicle food produces sulfuric acid reflux in the engine.

Sulfuric acid (created from the union of fuel and water – which is present in all fuel), never completely burns off during engine combustion, and the end result is grotesque carbon deposits clinging to spark plugs, valves, etc., choking away its life. When these toxic carbon deposits fester in the engine, its performance noticeably diminishes, even after nourishing with higher octane fuel.

As your engine becomes more irritable, it develops an easily identifiable repugnant smell, while it increasingly spews into the environment hemophiliac emissions known as toxic exhaust fumes.

Before your engine needs a fuel tracheotomy or becomes suicidal, promptly seek emotional support.

The Fuel Doctor is a compassionate friend, always available for consultation.

Ask the Fuel Doctor to prescribe a nutritious pill to pop in your tank before each feeding – a pill that will immediately place your beloved engine on the road to recovery and prevent future performance-challenged behavior.

Experience your engine’s vitality spring back to life. Watch how your engine performs better with increased miles per gallon, even on less octane requirements. Encounter the thrill of a healthier aroma with drastically reduced emissions.

Why not give your engine the emotional reinforcement it needs? Join the support group for performance-challenged engines right now and share your own success story.

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About the author:
Dee Scrip is a well known and respected published expert author of numerous articles on Home Business, Business Opportunities, Fundraising, VoIP, VoIP Security, and other related VoIP issues.

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