I could not find any actual independent lab tests, only testimonials by folks that claim the stuff worked. Did find this "review" online:
"The company website for this product is <gonmf.com>.
This product's claims (as well as those of the other two reviews) seemed way too good to be true, so I looked at the website for it and it clearly states that they have no science to back up any of the claims, and that all of the claims for what this accomplishes comes from testimonials.
In other words, they don't even back up any claim that it does anything.
Also, the company offers discounts on its products in exchange for writing testimonials and/or posting video testimonials.
These are the claims:
Doubles driving distance between oil changes
Improves fuel economy
Extends engine and transmission life
Quiets engine and transmission
Increases usable horsepower
On the Frequently Asked Questions page (gonmf.com/faq.aspx), they list the following:
You say that NMF doubles the driving distance between oil changes. On what is this claim based?
The basis for this statement is not scientific data that is currently available to goNMF but testimonials of semi-truck owner/operators who inform us that although they would normally change their oil at around 15,000 miles with NMF they can go as far as 40,000 miles and their oil is still good. In November 2014, goNMF intends to be able to present scientific data from multiple sources to support this statement.
Emphasis: "The basis for this statement is NOT scientific data  but testimonials."
The website states, "NMF dramatically reduces friction in vehicles, machines, and hydraulic systems by harnessing the repelling power of like-charged atoms to create a sub-molecular barrier which prevents metal-to-metal contact."
This is very vague. In physics, it is known that nothing ever "touches" anything else in the sense that electrons repel the electrons of anything else they come extremely close to. (This is explained in a YouTube video titled, "You Can't Touch Anything,") This even includes a knife and butter. The matter of the knife never actually touches the butter, but the repulsive force of the electrons of the metal knife blade push against the electrons of the butter, spreading it apart. The same happens with scissors and paper. So, according to these physics principles of what's actually happening at an atomic level, yes, nothing ever touches. Nothing.
So it can then be said that ANY liquid - even water or alcohol - will have the same affect on your engine: it will be "harnessing the repelling power of like-charged atoms to create a sub-molecular barrier which prevents metal-to-metal contact."
The US Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) webpage titled "'Gas Saving' Products" () touches on wild product claims like these.
I'd hope that the manufacturers of this product obtain some independent testing and provide the results of such to the public and their customers, and that they provide a more substantial explanation of what they claim their product does, though I don't see how that would be possible if the product doesn't actually do anything. (though I'd be interested if it does.). "
Again....my view is if the stuff really worked that well when added to oil....companies would already sell oil with the crap already in it.
Sounds like a great way to seperate cash from folks wallets to me....