... I've been waiting to share some friend's advice:
You see, Briansmobile1 DOESN'T, HASN'T advised using additives UNTIL now. I've known him, not personally, but I've followed his channel for a number of years. I was surprised. In the comments under the video he explained the issues of tons of other additives. But this is none of those things.
He's seen oil analyses showing engines having metal in the oil, using this additive, and then the metal in the oil according to independent labs, has reduced.
So, once you do get it's known issues put back together. Get it running again with this to give the car it's best chance.
I thought I'd send you one of the best quotes to hear about the science side of it.
First the doubtful question:
sigmundfloyder 1 month ago
so you are saying that this magical fluid will increase the lubrication quality of convention oil 6X? BS,
briansmobile1 1 month ago
I would be saying the same thing had I not seen it in person.
My first edit was four hours long. I spent three days testing this stuff and was freaking out after the first half day. That first half day I was completely cynical and throwing up objections left and right trying to find a loop hole or trick so I wouldn't have to present this stuff. I know the uphill battle to defend it. I know it looks crazy.
They weren't defensive, they humored me, answered my questions, they gave me unfettered access, I learned all about the old tech of chlorinated parafins, short chain solvents, zinc carriers, Zinc dialkl dithiophosphates (ZDDP) and PTFE train wreck products that turned into plastic in oil galleries etc. I also watched products I've bought in the past make oil worse not better. You're doubting. I totally get that. I was too.
The big thing for me was seeing oil spectrum analysis report after analysis report from CAT, black stone, and other independent labs showing ppm's of wear metals in failing engines go from the 400's down to the low double digits and single digits. I was looking for any excuse to not have to present it, but once I saw it work so well. I wanted to use it, share it, and then the trick became how?
How do I make a video less than 20 minutes that's convincing and at the same time doesn't get me shot by firing squad by 1. armchair critics, 2. petrochemical engineers. 3. not send people directly to the commercial side. 4. not get shot and burried in the dessert by inferior companies that are better established that I watched completely fail and even make the oil they're added to worse? Hence the month delay in posting.
DE Nichols 1 month ago
You're article here, Brian, reminds me of why it took me a year to review Lucas Upper Cylinder lubricant. I was waiting for my catalytic converters to fail. I was waiting for my spark plugs or O2 sensors have issues, but no, all parts behaved as long as they were supposed to. My spark plugs got weak on their normal schedule, etc. Then, despite TREMENDOUS testing...how long did I talk about it? For 5 minutes, because I didn't know how to take the time to make it deeper, despite tremendous testing behind the scenes.
briansmobile1 1 month ago
I hear ya man.
I'm DE Nichols in response to briansmboile1.