Unlike traditional chemical-based stabilizers, Star Tron uses enzymes – reactants - that continue working until the fuel is consumed in the combustion chamber. Some traditional stabilizers may somewhat decrease fuel combustibility, causing engines to run a bit balky and smoky when they are put back in service in the spring. Star Tron's enzymes allow more oxygen to attach to hydrocarbon molecules, resulting in a more complete burn of the fuel charge, and as a result, ensure maximum power, improved fuel economy, prevention of deposits and decreased emissions.
Debris is another issue; Star Tron's enzymes help prevent the formation of gums and varnish while the fuel is in storage. Star Tron breaks apart gum, varnish, carbon and other debris into tiny particles so that it can be eliminated during normal operation. Because Star Tron's enzymes are in a fuel suspension, it cannot be overdosed or in any other way cause harm to engines or fuel delivery systems.