Is there the best oil additive? Yes.

I’ll show you my way of showing which one I think is better, and you can duplicate my findings under the same conditions. In fact, thousands of mechanics “fix cars” by doing so, I am a mechanic. I and others have been taught to use additives, just as a doctor uses medicine to help heal an ailment you may have. Additive products for problem solving. These are made to help with specific problems that all vehicles and mechanicals experience over time. And, this point about its oil …

You can feel that your oil seems to be doing a good job. In fact, most people with new cars do timely oil changes. They feel that it protects the integrity of their new vehicle and that it pays off. Since the car is powered by Find, it appears that the oil has all the additives your car needs. Maybe not! Here’s why I say that.

When new, the internals of your cars, trucks, and equipment are clean, smooth, and slide off easily.

That’s when they produce the maximum power and have the best zip and performance. Over time, friction, acids, abrasion, and oil breakdown change those parts from clean, smooth, and easy-to-glide to sticky, rough, and energy-stealing. Then in the future, in 5 or 6 years or so, when the novelty wears off and you have other concerns on your mind, it will slow down regular oil changes. Shortly after, a performance problem appears. A tune-up and cleaning of the injector may not revive or restore its previous performance, if weak or incorrect additives were used.

You can actually run the oil twice as long in a newer car without damaging it than in a dirty engine or transmission. That’s my point! Specific additives are made to help new and old vehicles.

Consider 3 reasons why the specific additives I prefer will help your vehicles run better longer; new and old.

  1. As internal moving parts touch, when new, some engines or transmission parts are never installed. In that case, if a piston or gear wears out or whatever, your new car’s warranty fixes it. If long after the warranty period, you are stuck with the repair bill. He! I worked at Ford and Chevy dealerships, and did that warranty work and post-warranty work, when it shouldn’t have been. An additive containing “friction modifiers” that reduce wear and friction, a condition called metal migration, can prevent such failures that oil cannot. I also know of at least two automakers who have decided to add the additive products I am referring to as well, to new engines on the assembly line, on occasion, to finalize, and prevent that from happening during the warranty period. And my website tells you which ones they are so you can use them too. To prevent such problems.
  2. When you brake around town and drive, you produce more surface-to-surface abrasion on your car’s pistons, valves, and internal gears compared to equipment that runs continuously, such as vehicles that mostly drive long distances. One of the reasons diesel trucks are running at truck stops all night. For that reason, I’d rather buy a newer high-mileage vehicle rather than a low-mileage one, an older car, or a folding car. City cars crush the car much faster, they have more metal-to-metal friction contact. This robs them of all power and shortens their life, as you well know. Specific additives solve that problem. Those that contain special cleaners, those that also contain friction modifiers. That is what works to terminate the valve tap, power loss, smoking and developing conditions … 5 minutes later, those city vehicles will suddenly end the valve tap, oil will burn , it will lose power and run like they had a bigger motor! The common compliments I hear from customers, who use the additive products I recommend, verify their real need.
  3. Leaks, exhaust, oil burning, valve tap, power loss, high emissions, carbon hits, and even service deferral, for older, worn-out, but otherwise Sound powered, all wear and tear ailments kill today’s new generation of additives for the car or truck owner.

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