Gasoline with Unalterable Marker (ID)

Xp³G-ID:  Fuel Enhancer for Gasoline with Unalterable Marker

Xp³G-ID is the only multi-functional fuel enhancer with unalterable marker in the market. It was developed to improve the performance of all kinds of gasoline. It contains an unalterable invisible marker (ID).


  • Improves combustion and increases engine power
  • Reduces fuel consumption
  • Marks the fuel with our unalterable and invisible marker (ID)  which allows you to detect if the fuel has been altered in one minute or less
  • Reduces levels of toxic emissions
  • Cleans the carburetor and fuel injectors
  • Detergent and antioxidant effect
  • Reduces corrosion and increases the life of your engine
  • Totally disperses water in fuel
  • Improves the engine starting and avoids pre-ignition
  • Works with all classes of gasoline
  • Will not harm the catalytic converters


Auto transport
Ships and Boats
Power plants
Industrial plants
Agricultural Equipment


Add 1 (one) part of Xp³G-ID for each 3,000 parts of fuel


Process to detect if the fuel marked with Xp³D-ID was altered.

  1. In a glass 10-15ml test tube, add from 1-1.5ml of the reactive detector RD-ID, which Xp Lab will provide.
  2. Add 4-6ml of fuel treated with Xp³D-ID.
  3. Cover the opening of the test tub and gently shake up the content.
  4. Let it sit for a minute and observe the color of the mix. If it turns a pinkish color, it means that the fuel was NOT altered.
  5. To avoid dilution of the fuel, it is recommended that you take a sample of the fuel prior to it being treated to compare to the next sample taking. For this comparison, you can use the color coded card provided to you by Xp Lab.


Flash Point:                                                     62.8° C / 145° F
Freezing Point:                                               – 84° C / – 120° F
Specific Gravity:                                             0.900 @ 25/25° C
Solubility in Water:                                        Infinitely @ 25° C
Viscosity at 20° C (68° F)                             6.4 mPa.s or cP