The avid motorcycle enthusiast knows that when used consistently, fuel additives are some of the easiest and least expensive ways to protect the engine of your motorcycle. Rust, grime, debris and water caused by increased ethanol in fuel can cause your engine to bog, stall and even seize in serious cases. A fuel additive will help keep your engine clean and running smoothly all year long.
We carry additives from top brands in the industry such as Yamalube, Klotz, Gold Eagle, Maxima, and PJ1 to boost and stabilize your fuel. Cleaning those important components of engine such as your carburetor, valves, piston/rings, and combustion chamber can be done preventatively every time you run these chemicals through your tank.
You can even turn some heads (and some noses) while riding your motorcycle around. Grab a scented gas additive from Manhattan Oil and leave a savory scent everywhere you go! With flavors like cherry, apple, cinnamon, and cotton candy, you will leave a memorable wake wherever you ride. Check out our selection of fuel additives today!
David in IL
I have not found any other octane boost out there that has all of the good attributes of the Maxima Hi-Test. First, it works as it stops the pinging. Secondly, it does not stain plastic fuel tanks (as some other brands do... watch out for anything sold in a metal can if this is a concern for you) Thirdly, it does a great job of conditioning the fuel. I've stored bikes for 12 months + with no additional stabilizers and had no issues with varnish or fuel clogs.Read All Reviews
Shawn in CA
I assume it does what it says on the bottle. It makes me feel more comfortable running this in my gas tank, especially if I ever don't get to ride for several weeks. If there is ever a chance that your machine will be sitting for a period, I would run this or something similar through it just for piece of mind.Read All Reviews
Alejandro in FL
Most people don't even worry about engine lubrication when storing there 2 or 4 stroke toys. This spray is a must have in order to avoid stuck rings that may scratch the cylinder upon first start. Just remove your spark plug, spray some inside the engine and your done.Read All Reviews