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There is no substitute for well built components running quality fluids but the theory behind it is good and if it works as stated I can see where it would be very useful. The Jury is still deliberating on this one. I've seen a lot of stuff come and go over the years making big claims and my general conclusion is there is no such thing as "Mechanic In A Can"
making engines breath since 1968
1985 LX Coupe, 347/581hp N/A TCI C6 Currie 9 inch 4:10s 2577 pounds. Do the math
r u sure its valvoline?? me and the guys i used to work with thought it was made by Mobil because all the numbers were so close to each other. BG had a chart/sheet and it was like Mobil 1, Wal-Mart, Valvoline, and on down the line. we couldnt believe it.
'92 GT-bbk shorties, bbk o/r h-pipe, 2.5" flowmaster cat-back, Pro 5.0 shifter, march underdrives, bbk fenderwell mount
'01 Xterra SE 4x4-for the off-the-road fun times in life!
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