By Wade Thiel
Adding a good fuel additive can help stabilize fuel and keep your motorcycle’s engine performing at its peak. A good fuel additive should be a part of your regular maintenance no matter where you live, how often, or where you ride.
It’s a simple thing to do that can go a long way towards helping keep your bike in tip-top condition, and now Chevron has a new product for it called the Techron Protection Plus Powersports & Small Engine Fuel System Treatment that’s good for a wide variety of motorcycle and powersports applications. Check out the video and the release below to learn more.
Official Press Release
SAN RAMON, Calif., (March 26, 2019) — Chevron Products Company, a division of Chevron U.S.A. Inc. and leading provider of premium aftermarket fuel additives, engine oils, lubricants, coolants, and related products, announces the retail rollout of its new Techron® Protection Plus Powersports & Small Engine Fuel System Treatment.
Following extensive development and testing, this scientifically formulated powersports additive delivers superior performance and protection combined with the advanced cleaning power of Techron in on- and off-road environments. Engineered specifically for gasoline-powered motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs, watercraft, karts, snowmobiles, and scooters as well as portable outdoor power equipment used under all conditions, Techron Powersports & Small Engine Fuel System Treatment is now available at AutoZone stores nationwide and on AutoZone.com. The product is also currently available at Walmart.com and Amazon.com, with additional retailers to be announced over the coming months.
Techron Powersports & Small Engine restores power and performance while optimizing fuel efficiency as it cleans fuel injectors, combustion chambers, throttle bodies, and carburetors. The additive’s performance detergents minimize cold-start problems and deposit-related knock and ping by removing carbon deposits in the combustion chamber; dissolves and prevents intake-valve deposits for smoother idling and enhanced throttle response, …read more