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Re: Super-dooper engine treatments (fwd)
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Date: Mon, 24 Feb 1997 00:03:46 -0500 (EST)
From: "Kevin Barry, Esq." <krbarry@alpha.NetUSA.Net>
To: Rob Nance <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Super-dooper engine treatments
Well, as a matter of fact I havent' looked at prolong to see what was in
there, I just lumped it in there witht the rest of the "miracle"
REgardless, I think if there was a formula for making an engine
magically last longer the oil companies would be selling it or adding it
to their regular motor oil.
On top of this, Prolong I tthink it was, sends Bobby Unser around
a track with an engine without oil pan or oil. But this company still
doesn't use a control, another identical car driven identically without
having being treated witht this stuff. And until a reliable and
independent, not to mention named, lab tells me that it works, and how
they know it does, I will regard it as snake oil. Since I don't have a
noisey snake, I'll leave it on the shelf.
Just my thoughts.
Kevin Barry, Esq.
Jesus is returning!
On Sun, 23 Feb 1997, Rob Nance wrote:
> At 08:24 PM 2/22/97 -0500, you wrote:
> >Okay Okay okay! Don't use any of that garbage, Slick 50, Prolong,
> >whatever. It is a solvent of undetermined makeup with solid bits of
> >teflon floating around in it. It simply gums up oil passages and sticks
> >itself to your cylinder walls thus depriving these areas of vital oil, be
> >it mineral or synthetic.
> OK, correct me if I am wrong or back me up if I am right here. I seem to
> remember that being one of the selling points of Prolong. That it didn't
> have teflon in it like all of the other treatments. They showed all of the
> other oils after several months of use and many had turned chunky and
> otherwise, bad looking. Prolong seems to be the only possibly good one out
> I used DuraLube about 3 years ago in my engine and it has never had any
> problems, no gains either.