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« on: April 08, 2018, 08:06:55 PM »

really impressed with it. its that stuff where you go into every automotive store and they have the little demo there you turn the two wheels and the oil with the additive sticks to the gears.

i thought it was total bs like everyone else.

i'm mixing in the synthetic oil additive at 10% with their 0w40 oil for my gearcase.

before i used it, my oil would only last one ride, or about 25L of fuel. it was black, some shiney stuff in it, clutch got grabby at the end of the ride...the oil was done. now with the additive in it, i am on 6 rides or over 120L of fuel through my engine and its still looking great. light tan color, hardly a trace of anything on my magnetic oil plug, clutch stays flawless.

anyhoo. give it a try if you want. i'm impressed. an ice racer buddy told me about it. it was the only way he could get a trany to last a season.
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