View Full Version : Fitch Fuel Catalyst

24-10-2004, 09:57 PM
Has anyone had any experience of the Fitch Fuel Catalyst as alocal contractor has said it is tops. :i dunno:

09-11-2004, 07:02 AM

I think I may have something similar on both my ride on and our Ute.

Was about $150.00 and attached to the fuel line some sort of very strong magnet (simple description.) Suppose to rearrange the fuel particles for a cleaner more efficient burn leaving less deposits and varnish.

I use it on the ute in conjunction with a Hyclone, High Flow reusable air filter and of course the Catalyst. All I can tell you is that I can get 100km extra out of a tank of fuel on a V6 Rodeo.

With the price of fuel I will try any form of witchcraft or science.

12-11-2004, 03:23 PM
Thanks Rod
The thing I am talking about goes in your fuel tank or container and it is suppose to stop the fuel going off and make your machinery more efficient.


12-11-2004, 10:40 PM
I checked the price of one of these and was a little under the $400 mark for my 2.6 l Rodeo. Some say it gives about 100 extra klms a tank if thats the case thats a good saving indeed.

May have to look into them a bit closer and get some better prices.

??? how long do they last any ideas before replacement?


15-11-2004, 07:23 PM

My understanding is there are a couple of versions.

One for general motors and one for high performance vehicles etc.

The up-market unit is pricey at the $400 mark and has to be properly fitted or the "poor mans unit" for say $160.00 that a poor man can fit.