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Old 07-25-2008, 01:34 PM   #1
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let me explain before I get flamed like a spamming noob.

Im sure youve all seen tons of comercials for these random snake oils. Improve your milage by 20%! or some stupid crap. But for the life of me I cant find anyone whos actually tried any of them. There could be some out that that actually work but no one would give it a chance.

So does anyone know of any that have a low chance of actually damaging the car?

http://www.autocerm.com/

Damaging? Suggest some stuff and lets narrow it down to the one that has the best chance of being effective.
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As far as info-mercials go...I would never buy a bottle of something for $19.95 from TV land. I have a friend who has a 2000 Chevy Blazer that had slight lifter tap...he changed oil and substituted 1 quart of oil with 1 quart of marvel mistery oil, and his lifters stopped tapping. There is a logical, scientific explaination behind this...and I'm sure it has to do with viscosity...but I'm not in the scientist mood right now.
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AutoCerm is a ceramic catalyst that is embedded 2 microns into the sub-surface of the metal of an engine or drive train.

AutoCerm seals and protects metal for superior lubrication of hot parts. AutoCerm can maintain adhesion to hot metal in excess of 1900 F. Normal oil avoids metal at 275 and will oxidize at 375-425.

The hard ceramic finish will expand and contract without separating from the metal which ensures protection in both hot and cold conditions.

sign me up Mouglie, care to explain how it works?
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