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while it sounds interesting most owners manuals state to use NO additives.
 
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I always wonder why we put high efficiency oil filters on, then pour in an additive with "Solid lubrication" that the filter should remove, after a pass or two. Remember when Fram sold filters with Teflon in them? Run it through once, and it should wind up right back in the filter. Can you say, "Working at crossed purposes?"
 

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Originally Posted By: 4wheeldog
I always wonder why we put high efficiency oil filters on, then pour in an additive with "Solid lubrication" that the filter should remove, after a pass or two. Remember when Fram sold filters with Teflon in them? Run it through once, and it should wind up right back in the filter. Can you say, "Working at crossed purposes?"
Think in terms of scaling. A nanoparticle is on the order of 1X10^-9 meters. Filters filter particles on the order of say 5 to 10 micrometers or 1X10^-6 meters. So filters will not "filter out" nanoparticles.
 
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The ‘multi-layer’ ball shaped structure on a nanotechnological scale and the chemical hyper-stability give the Wx² an unseen resistance against high pressure en extreme temperatures.
Either the translation is messed up or this was written by an MBA. If resistance is "unseen" (by testing) then you have an engine that would not need this. Patent this engine and make zillions. crackmeup
 
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