Tribotex More HP, MPG, and Reverse Engine Wear

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  1. matthewmp

    matthewmp Passing on the right Advanced User Premium Member

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    Snake oil. Avoid it. Just think is it possible for a liquid substance to repair solid metal parts?
     
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    ChrisFix did a video on something similar. The fluid increased MPG, torque and HP (all proven on a dyno). It worked, but it was VERY expensive. IIRC a gallon was nearly $400 on Amazon. I agree with the comment above; theres no way to reverse engine wear.

    There are additives out there that will increase performance, but make sure you do your research
     
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    I believe in nanotechnology as my boat hull us made of it. Does it work in engines?? I don't used V8 Restore
    His was a fuel additive of 1/2 ounce in 15 gallons of gas and it gave about 5 more HP to the Honda Civic.
     
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