Composite Research adds ValvTect sample with purchases

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Composite Research, builder of the Sea Born, Spyder and Sundance boat brands, will include a sample of ValvTect Ethanol Gasoline Treatment with each new boat.

“We’ve been building our boats for over 20 years to the industry’s most stringent specifications,” company president Wally Bell said in a statement. “Unfortunately, ethanol gasoline can destabilize very quickly and cause corrosion and some problems to the fuel delivery systems and engine components, which can be prevented by a fuel additive such as ValvTect Ethanol Gasoline Treatment.”

“We are proud to have Composite Research on board with us to help educate boaters about the problems and the solution for ethanol gasoline problems,” ValvTect president Jerry Nessenson said.

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