Max-Zone Technology
Why Use Max-Zone?

Product Overview

Max-Zone delivers what other products only promise.
Why wreck havoc on your car's ECU with a dozen different
products that do not work? Use Max-Zone and you'll realize there's only one gadget you need to give you more POWER, more MILEAGE, and more joy in driving!


Years of research by leading car and battery manufacturers have shown that the simple lead acid battery is the root
of a car's deterioration and poor performance. Sulphation has been a problem with lead acid batteries ever since
Plante invented it more than 150 years ago.

Without desulphation, a battery will deteriorate to a point where the complex ECU in your car can no longer synchronize with the systems it controls and make the vehicle function as one efficient unit. Achieving optimum performance under such circumstances is virtually impossible.

The Solution

Max-Zone consists of a two-part electronic device which incorporates Pulse Technology regulated by a fuzzy logic microprocessor (EME). The Pulse Technology is configured to automatically restore and maintain the lead acid battery in its peak condition.

The microprocessor (EME) then proceeds to orchestrate and regulate the car's complex electrical and electronic systems. The result is an increase in ENGINE POWER, longer battery life-span, reduction in fuel
consumption, increased MILEAGE, and a quieter, cleaner engine.

Max-Zone GT - Everything the Standard can do, it can do on a bigger scale!

Designed for high-power performance vehicles, it's definitely the product you want if you desire MORE power, yet want to keep your fuel consumption the same!

The Max-Zone GT (red) is basically a much more powerful version of our best-selling Max-Zone Standard (silver), designed and build to cater to bigger cc cars and other performance vehicles.

In internal combustion engines, the air-fuel ratio refers to the proportion of air and fuel present during combustion. The chemically optimal point at which this happens is the stoichiometric ratio (sometimes referred to as stoich), where all the fuel and all the oxygen content in the air of the combustion chamber will perfectly balance each other out during combustion.

For gasoline fuel, the stoichiometric air/fuel mixture is approximately 14.7 times the mass of air to fuel. This is the mixture that modern engine management systems employing fuel injection attempt to achieve in light load cruise situations. Any mixture less than 14.7 to 1 is considered to be a rich mixture, any more than 14.7 to 1 is a lean mixture.

In theory a stoich mixture has just enough air to completely burn the available fuel. That would mean perfect fuel economy and consistent power. In practice this is never quite achieved, due primarily to the very short time available in an internal combustion engine for each combustion cycle. Most of the combustion process completes in approximately 4-5 milliseconds at an engine speed of 6000 rpm. This is the time that elapses from when the spark is fired until the burning of the fuel air mix is essentially complete after some 80 degrees of crankshaft rotation.