COMBINED OFFER! Ametech RESTORE Oil and Anti-Leak for 2 litre engines. Restore the friction-producing metal surfaces in your engine and rejuvenate oil seals to stop and prevent leaks with this duo.
The two products used together also serve the purpose of eliminating two cause of blue smoke on cold start-up and on the overrun by repairing wear in both valve guides and valve stem seals, preventing release of oil past the valves into the combustion chamber
Offer Price £25.98
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400ml can of Ametech Engine Restore Oil - Usual price £21.99
The Engine Restorer fills worn areas in the metal surfaces of the friction-producing components of your engine. Wherever your engine oil can reach, the RESTORE CSL particles will reach and as they pass between the friction-producing metal surfaces (e.g. piston rings and cylinder walls) the particles become squashed into scratches, scoring and scuffing caused by miles and years of engine use; the CSL particles, which are spherical in shape, a matrix compound of copper, silver and lead, are flattened into the worn metal, forming a semi-permanent repair to the surface. Restoring the metal surface restores compression, power and performance to the engine, whilst alleviating symptoms of engine wear such as oil-burn and blue smoke, engine noise and increased fuel consumption.
250ml bottle of Ametech Restore Oil Anti-Leak - Usual price £5.99
Oil Anti-Leak treatment fattens up and rejuvenates the neoprene rubber seals inside the engine. The seals become shrunken and hardened with age and then fail to provide a good seal against leakage of oil. One of the causes of blue smoke on start- up, which clears once the engine is warmed up, is oil dripping past shrunken valve stem seals to the top of the piston whilst the car has been allowed to stand for any length of time, e.g. overnight. When the engine is next started, the oil which has dripped through and gathered on top of the piston, burns off, producing blue smoke. Once the engine has warmed sufficiently and the leaked oil has burned away, the smoke disappears. Shrunken valve stem seals also cause oil to be drawn into the combustion chamber under vacuum on the overrun, e.g. when going downhill in 4th gear with your foot off the accelerator, using engine breaking to slow down and the same story when using the gears (engine Breaking) to slow the vehicle approaching a junction or traffic lights. The vacuum pulls the oil past the shrunken valves into the combustion chamber where it sits on top of the piston and it then burns off creating a cloud of blue smoke when you put your foot down to pull away. Using Oil Anti-leak to rejuvenate the valve stem seals eliminates this problem as a cause of unacceptably raised emissions.