Fuchs Titan Race Pro FST – Fuel System Treatment For Petrol Engines

Keeping your petrol engine clean and free of deposits is an important part of caring for your vehicle if you want it to last. Fuchs Titan Race Pro FST is a fuel system treatment for petrol engines, making it absolutely perfect for the task at hand. Protecting against cold start wear and fuel system corrosion and helping to remove deposits from injectors, intake systems and carburettors ensuring optimum performance, it is available from Opies for as little as £11.25 per litre!


You can view this very popular and effective product HERE. Don’t forget to use the code “OPIEBLOG” to get an additional 10% off your order! The way this works is actually pretty clever – Synthetic esters cling to the metallic parts of the engine where the lube oil cannot reach, providing protection in winter months, or during periods of inactivity. Because of this, Pro FST is very effective against carburettor icing in low temperature environments, and combats starting problems, stalling and rough running at low engine revs.

Pro FST may be used in leaded and unleaded fuel, for 2 and 4-stroke engines. It reduces the incidence of pre-ignition and also enhances the fuel’s octane rating to a small extent.

Dosage recommended mix ratio:- 1 to 2% of PRO FST in fuel. (100 parts fuel:1 part oil to 50 parts fuel:1 part oil)

Fuchs Titan Race Pro FST was previously available under the Silkolene brand. Pro FST has now been re-labeled as Fuchs Titan Race Pro FST and offers the same excellent formulation.

Opies also offer a huge range of other fuel additives, which can be viewed HERE. With products from the likes of Millers, Motul and Red Line, we’re sure you’ll find something suitable!

If you need any further information on which additive is best suited for your application, please feel free to give us a call on 01209 202 944 or drop us an email to sales@opieoils.co.uk – we’re in the office Monday to Friday, 8:30 – 5:30 and will be happy to help with any enquiries.




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