NOS Max Street Octane Booster from Permatex Delivers Maximum Performance Allowed for Street Legal Use

NOS Max Street Octane Booster from Permatex Delivers Maximum Performance Allowed for Street Legal Use

Permatex, Inc. has launched NOS Max Street Octane Booster, a powerful new fuel additive made for serious enthusiasts who want maximum performance. Max Street is formulated to increase octane effect up to three full octane numbers or 30 points.

Permatex, Inc. has launched NOS Max Street Octane Booster, a powerful new fuel additive made for serious enthusiasts who want maximum performance. Max Street is formulated to increase octane effect up to three full octane numbers or 30 points (Note: One octane number equals 10 points). It contains the maximum levels of MMT concentration allowed by law for street use.

NOS Max Street Octane Booster is also blended with Permatex’s unique performance enhancing Powertane, a power-enhancing additive. In addition to restoring horsepower and improving gas mileage, Max Street also eliminates knocks, pings and hesitation. It protects against carbon deposits in the combustion chamber and fuel injectors.

Max Street can treat a minimum of 16 gallons of gasoline. It is available in an innovative 16-fl.-oz. plastic bottle that includes a built-in fuel adapter.

Permatex, Inc. is a leading manufacturer, distributor and marketer of premium chemical products to the automotive maintenance and repair markets. Permatex markets a wide range of products under well-known brand names such as Permatex, Fast Orange, No Touch, NOS, the Right Stuff, Gel Twist, PermaPoxy, Ultra Bond and Dr Bond. NOS is a registered trademark of Nitrous Oxide Systems 2005.

For information on products offered by Permatex, visit http://www.permatex.com.

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