Z max

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  1. 4 ace's

    4 ace's Full Access Member

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    wavey.gif ok just wondering if any of you guys have uesd it in your motor.i was thinking about it i have 38000 on my 05.i know used it in my race car but that motor was new .they say you can use it in motor's miles on it but just wanted to know if any of you guys have tryed it. kopkrab.gif
     
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    You have to put that in EVERY oil change, not worth it at all... Just use Synthetic Oil, it has all the friction modifiers anyway...
     
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    never used it, nothing in my motor but Mobil 1.
     
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    I agree.
     
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    I put a bottle of it in my 03 that has 103k on it. The only difference I see is a slight improvement in gas mileage. I don't think I will use again at my next oil change. If it were something that you did not have to use at every oil change maybe. Or if it were less expensive. How did it work in your race engine?
     
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    That junk works about as good a Duralube:D
     
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    duralube is the best. i put it in 10 years ago in my 06kj, drained the oil, and it has ran ever since without an oil pan or carburator
     
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    The best thing about Duralube is that your engine will still run upside down or in outer space.
     
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    i knew it would run upside down, but OUTER SPACE [email protected]#!%$ :eek:

    I'm going to buy some right now!

    :D

    Wait... does outer space include the moon? I hear they have some wicked sand dunes.
     
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    Yes it does include the moon.
     
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    Sand Dunes? There is no sand on the moon, heh heh heh... That's due to the lack of water and atmosphere, so no sedimentary rock could be formed. It is comparable to that of (volcanic) basaltic lavas... The moon itself is mostly igneous ("fire-formed rocks").

    Better have may spare tires, or get run-flat tires; The lunar surface & soils contain glass (glassy globules), not commonly found on the Earth.

    See? All that from using Zmax, not worth it at all...
     
  12. Ry' N Jen

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    Yeah, but Carroll Shelby puts it in all his cars!
    Hell, I would too if they paid me what they pay him!
    It amazes me just how many people buy "additives" to pour into their engines and gas tanks!