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    hey fellas just thought it was about time u guys got a little heads up on this product ive been using. its drag, track tested and proven itself in every other way and performes better then the rest..

    check out the link.. you tube the name for give testemonies.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tf3mo...om=PL&index=13

    and i can vouch for everything that they say! i run it in both my cars and im about to get it for my box and diff..

    enjoy

    and yeah discuss

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    looks good m8 i like this where can it be purchased from why not use royal additive from royal purple i use royal purple in my cars and they run an absolute treat but this shit you have posted up looks great with dirt and water wow that's good shit
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    this stuff is insane.. there is a vid somewhere of them dropping the sump off a landcruiser or something and driving it for an hour, they pull the motor down and its good as new... im gonna try and find it..

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    amazing..... pretty astonishing, where do you get Bi-tron...?
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    does it make your car go both ways???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cerby86 View Post
    does it make your car go both ways???
    i think your trying to be funny but im just confused .

    my dad orders it from somewhere.. we just go halves in a box. ill ask tomorrow.

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    As with any engine oil addative, as a general rule, the advertising is taking you for a ride, or you don't need it anyway.

    You can have your opinion, but it will mean nothing to me at all unless you at least give some numbers on the performace advantage and make it half scientific.

    And bear in mind a Commodore drove across Australia with no oil in it for a Wynns campain... back in the 80s.

    Slick50 were huge in the 90s, running motors with no oil on them for TV adverticments etc... They did get sued for something as well, in regard to false advertising.

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    Anyone tried STP from the 60s and 70s?

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    I have a pdf of an article from street commodores testing oils exactly like this. It was done a few years ago but still relavent.

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    Just looking at the video now. A very similar machine (maybe even the same brand) was demonstrated to me in person, but it was used to sell Wynns Friction Proofing, by the Wynns rep. So should I buy Wynns or Bi-Tron? Same test result.

    Selling engine oil is like selling kitchen knifes. It can be a lifelong career for some, and there are many tricks you don't see right away.

    I don't know how they do it, but knowing some basics may help us start to see.

    What is a common lubricant used on industrial lathes and milling machines to cut metal? It is often oil mixed with water. Why are we so upset to see water in the oil? Ever seen water damage in a motor? If anything, it cleans it. Failure is more likely from overheating do to water loss in the cooling, not water in the oil. Water in the oil will provide better cooling than straight oil. (Correct me if you like not 100% sure).

    Soft organic dirt is going to do very little to moving steel parts. Dirt is nothing compared to metal particals. I have driven dirt roads, sideways, with no air filters. Oil was black. Motor loved it, no damage.

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