Engine treatment. Are they Needed? If so, which, when? Actual examples of specific problem solving for cars, diesel trucks, tractors, heavy equipment, motorcycles, marine, and RVs. Ordering info

Engine treatment. Additives

Some say additives are "no good. Good Oil & maintenance is all that's needed." I agree somewhat with those statements - but some of it lacks common sense.

For Example:

    Engines and transmissions, like humans, who, despite good food, exercise, and positive thinking, become ill, require medicine to help the cure along - and so do motor vehicles.

If good oil were enough - after-market additives would not be needed? But, they are....

Consider: When engines & transmission were new, all the parts are clean, shinny, and close fitting.

As they become:

    Coated with burnt and gooey, sticky oil residues.

    And roughen from friction and acid etching of their surfaces.

    Increased friction drag drains horsepower

    Space widens between pistons, bearings, lifters, valves, gears, and such.

    Those conditions are all power reducers that additives can overcome so r car runs great again.


    Other detrimental conditions include dirty valves and their stems. As residues from oil breakdown accumulate on valve stems, the tar-like residue slows the closing of the valve They tend to float - and close slower, opening a space between it and the valve lifter.

    As the engine cam lobe swings around it slaps the valve. This causes the tap tap tap. Another cause of tapping...

    Dirty, self adjusting lifters, lose this ability, as one more cause of opening a space. Rotation slap the valve and creates the tap tap tap sound.

    Mega Power Additives end these and other problems listed here

Piston rings also become sticky.

    This permits combustion to slip past the piston and contaminates the oil with acids. Including, unburnt fuel, water, and carbon - all wear-increasing negatives.As such blow-by increases, pressure is put on seals and leaks may occur.

Lower power output makes for rough shifting.

All of this takes more fuel to go the distance...

Please explain...

How come

    the good oil and regular oil changes we gave our vehicles did not prevent this decline - if the smart engineers at oil companies have sufficient additives in that good oil.. as you say?
The answer is ....

The answer is because

    Oil is not the whole answer.

    What is needed is a good engine treatment additive.

    The brand we found that works - Mega Power, is medicine, to clean and heal, and cure those problems oil can't, or is the cause of...

mega Power additives do that - and more. [Check out our many pages on all this].

As a mechanic, and an expert in the use of additives; Am I dreaming?

Me and thousand of mechanics I trained to use additives to cure our customers sick vehicles; we must be dreaming these benefits. We are not dreaming! No!

How some feel about... Engine treatments

Many feel additives gave their vehicles two lifetimes usage for the price of one. I can say that also.

If you would like to know what additive to use; in your cars and equipment, to prevent and correct problems, whether new, or even worn-out but sound running:

Each page list the products needed for that ailment.

But, please note: You can't harm anything just using the suggestions in a perfectly good-running vehicle. It will respond like it had the best tune-up ever. That is why we favor the Mega Power Brand... George Christ 512 665 3388 210 Durango Street.San Marcos, Texas 78666

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Engine treatment end. More info below...

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