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MazNitro posted a topic in Maintenance & RepairsMAZ Nitro Review by SGCarMart - Cleaner Engine for Better Performance MAZ Nitro Review by SGCarMart: http://www.sgcarmart.com/news/writeup.php?AID=249 Do also check out the reviews on Qoo10.sg here: http://list.qoo10.sg/item/MAZ-NITRO-MAZ-NITRO-SAVE-UP-TO-59-OF-GASOLINE/415153451 More Road Test results here: (Done by independent drivers in Singapore) MAZ Nitro Road Test Results MAZ Nitro Analysis Reports MSDS US EPA Registration (USA Environmental Protection Agency) No Harm Analysis (Princeton Polymer Laboratories) Copper Corrosion Analysis (Saybolt Laboratory) NTU Study on MAZ by Professor Chan Siew Hwa MTEC Paper 103 - Combustion Efficiency in Bunker Fuel ISO8217 and IP541/06 Bunker Analysis More than 10,000 bottles of MAZ Nitro has already been sold since we first launched it in mid-April 2014! You can purchase them online via Qoo10.sg or Maznitro.com or just drop by our office at 126 Neil Road. You may not have heard of us, but we have been in the market for more than 12 years. We have been specializing in marine bunker fuel, industrial diesel, mining, gensets and other industrial markets in Australia, China, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, and many more! MAZ Nitro is the ONLY fuel performance additive in the World that combines BOTH Nitro-Paraffins and PEA together. Using proprietary chemicals, we are able to stabilise the high volatility of NP and yet retain its power boost features with PEA - the strongest & most effective complete fuel system cleaning agent. This is the first time that we have decided to bring MAZ Nitro back to Singapore at the most affordable pricing ever! Hope we will be able to help drivers in Singapore achieve fuel savings and enjoy a smoother & more powerful ride. Drive safely! News Update (27th June 2014) Our heartiest congratulations to Prof Chan Siew Hwa from NTU for being listed among The World's Most Influential Scientific Minds for 2014 by Thomson Reuters!! Professor Chan Siew Hwa has been on our board for the the past decade and have done countless research and written a few thesis on MAZ Nitro. We are indeed most privileged to have the guidance of Professor Chan Siew Hwa for all these years! 4th September 2014 We are deeply honoured to have Mr. Sat Pal Khattar writing us a review on MAZ Nitro after trying it out in his BMW 745 and Lexus 460. Before & After MAZ Nitro treatment in HFO (Heavy Fuel Oil) Noticed the stronger flame & reduced black smoke emissions? That's the POWER of MAZ Nitro with only 1 dosage you can spot/feel the difference immediately! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPACljJRB3w MAZ Nitro WILL NOT Void your engine warranty! Read the below notice. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPY4LcRP7TI Are you sure that gasoline in Singapore is really that clean ? Before & After MAZ Nitro treatment on Peugeot 308 Turbo - Esso 5000 Unleaded Petrol (Singapore) - Treatment of (6 x 50 Litres of Esso 5000 + MAZ Nitro) - Approximately 3,500km - 50% Highway/ 50% City Driving WHERE TO BUY MAZ NITRO - www.maznitro.com - Qoo10.sg MAZ Nitro DX (Diesel) $15.90 (65ml) 1 set contains 3 sachets of MAZ Nitro for 3 full tank treatments.
Remember our courtesy campaign from donkey years ago? No? How about the Love Your Ride jingle? Well, on this island we call home, the government and government linked bodies are pretty fond of campaigns and "educating" the masses about various mundane parts of our daily routine. And that got me all inspired to come up with my very first motoring related campaign to "educate" Singaporean drivers. Forget the lame courtesy and give way campaigns by the Traffic Police; mine is one that will actually benefit all of us. I call it the the Stomp on your Throttle Campaign. Ever been stuck behind a long queue of cars at the lights even though it is not peak hour and because the guy in front insists on hyper miling his way to a new fuel consumption record, you actually failed to cross the lights before the red light came on? Ever been stuck on the upslope portion of the expressway with a guy in front who is gently caressing his throttle and the speed of his vehicle drops from a considerate 90km/h to 75km/h? Or are you that guy in front? If you are that guy in front, here is news for you. You may not be in rush. You may have no desire to travel faster than buses do. You may not like the concept of wasting money with rising fuel prices. You may just be cheap and anti-social. But the rest of the motoring population doesn't deserve to be subject to your inconsiderate behavior. Here's a news flash. Most Singaporeans spend lots of money on our cars because we want to reach our destinations faster and in greater comfort than if we took public transport. We do not buy a car to beat fuel consumption records because the most fuel saving way to drive is to not drive and take a bus (which incidentally depreciates $0 per year). So, if you are that guy in front, the next time you are at the lights, think about the poor motorists all around you and give your throttle a good hearty stomp. Singapore thanks you for doing your national duty in keeping our roads smooth running. Alternatively, just leave your car at home.