How To Reduce Fuel Consumption In Cars

Wondering how to reduce fuel consumption in cars? Consider the revolutionary Opti piston upgrade that offers a 20% improvement in MPG, doubles the life of engine oil, and cuts emissions and pollution in one go.

How To Reduce Fuel Consumption In Cars

With fuel costs as they are and the fact that EV charging infrastructure can be hard to find anything that reduces fuel costs in cars, vans, or trucks is worth looking at. With Opti, we add a thermal ceramic coating to pistons and fit patented gapless rings as are used in racing engines.

This enhancement changes the way that combustion takes place in the cylinders by reducing blowby for less unburnt fuel and lubricating oil mixture, a cooler exhaust plume, and more complete combustion to boost MPG by around 20%.

It’s a sad fact but a fair bit of fuel is wasted – for example in burning off the DPF (diesel particulate filter) and in exhaust after treatment – where, better, and cleaner combustion can sort this and boost fuel savings.

Diesel Engine Piston Upgrades

The Opti Combustion upgrade benefits everything with:

• Fuel combustion efficiency meaning around 20% greater fuel economy for better range from the same tankful and considerable cost savings.

• Around 80 degrees centigrade cooler exhaust temperature along with smoother quieter running.

• Substantially lower NOx and unburnt fuel emissions from the heart of the engine rather than via sophisticated and expensive after-treatment which is prone to developing faults.

• Developing more power and torque at lower RPM by drawing in more air and triggering the turbo lower down for better driving experience.

How To Reduce Fuel Consumption In Cars

Your engine rebuilder can forward the pistons to us for treatment and upgrading before rebuilding and then offering superior performance and lower emissions. Cut air pollution and cash costs while enhancing reliability and reducing the cost of AdBlue fluid.

Please feel free to reach out to us on 01324 309100 or email:

Looking to cut carbon emissions further? Consider using renewable diesel.