Derived from the successful Magnetizer® 1990s early systems for treatment of carbureted engines, “RVGFS” perfectly fits on any RV generator’s fuel line.
Since Magnetizer® always changes fuel-to-air ratio (that’s a given) and therefore fuel may be now too rich having passed through “RVGF-S”, a simple adjustment of the carburetor may be required. Therefore a slight turn on the carburetor’s knob may be necessary to optimize Magnetizer’s work and arrive at the optimum combustion.
A specialist mechanic can help you. This is in order to obtain the optimum efficiency of the well-burned fuel, fewer emissions, quieter, longer, and cleaner running generator with prolonged life (clean combustion chamber). A simple adjustment of a carburetor by a savvy user can always bring some improvement, but never to this extent. It is not a gimmick, but an SOP to get the most out of your Magnetizer® investment.
You either treat the fuel line like in Onan RV QG 3600 inside of the box, where you will also need to treat the air intake pipe—using 2 x “TMR-NEG” components*, or like in model QD 3200—without access to air intake line—in the back of the generator, where fuel is entering the box.
For a 2-2.5″ air intake line you need to use: 2 x “TMP NEG” units
For a 3″ air intake line you need to use: 3 x “TMP NEG” units
For a 4″ or 6″ air intake line you need to use: 4 x “TMP NEG” units
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