Motovicity Partners with BOOSTane Octane Engineering - Engine Builder Magazine

Motovicity Partners with BOOSTane Octane Engineering

The BOOSTane formula is superior to other boosters on the market because it effectively eliminates common sedimentation issues that can clog filters and pumps.

Motovicity Distribution has partnered up with BOOSTane Octane Engineering, a leader in high-performance fuel additives and race fuel alternatives, to add its products to Motovicity’s extensive product offering.

Utilizing proprietary stability/carrier technology, the BOOSTane team engineered a reliable product that transforms 93 octane pump gas into 116 octane race fuel equivalent, making it the only product in the world with the technology capable of delivering this outcome in the convenience of a small bottle.

The BOOSTane formula is superior to other boosters on the market because it effectively eliminates common sedimentation issues that can clog filters and pumps. The results have been consistently proven through independent third-party testing and earned the company the 2014 SEMA LaunchPad Product of the Year award.

“I’m excited to be able to offer our customers a unique product that eliminates the need to lug around barrels of race fuel,” said Motovicity CEO Brian Lounsberry. “After overcoming some logistical challenges, we are able to supply this new product line exclusively through a dropship arrangement with BOOSTane to ensure the highest level of safety in product delivery, while enabling our customers to enjoy all the benefits of having their needs fulfilled through our wholesale distribution service.”   

For more information: www.motovicity.com.

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