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Engine Restorer and Lubricant Formula

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    Engine Restorer and Lubricant Formula

    Has anyone ever used Engine Restorer and Lubricant Formula? It goes in when you change the oil, it's supposed to restore cylinder compression. My car has 80k miles on it and I thought I would try it. Any comments.

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    That Restore stuff is supposed to be pretty good.

    Although I am one that doesn't like to put anything but oil in my crankcase.
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    dont do it, if the motor is in pretty good shape to begin with, this stuff will only gather up somewhere and cause a big clump of shit in your motor. This is the short response. I tried it in my 3rd gen 2.8V6@ 150k, pulled the intake off at 200k and found a big clump of this blue stuff (restore) in the lifter valley blocking oil flow. Dont do it.

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    I wouldn't use it in my LS1.

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    It falls into the same category as octane booster and the turbo intake fan they advertise on late night tv it is a good way to seperate you from your money, Try frequent oil changes and use synthetics.

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    thanks, I won't use it, I just thought it might be a good idea.

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