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I 2nd the post earlier today on Nano Pro MT Products and Highly Recommend ! Their entire line is the Internet's Best Kept Automotive Secret. They used to be in Auto Zone however, now their products are available exclusively through their EBAY Store ( https://www.ebay.com/usr/nanopromt)! I purchased their Scheduled Maintenance 2-Pack of Coolant Additive (Nano Cool) and Oil Stabilizer for $34.98 and it was the best $35 bucks I ever spent! (https://www.ebay.com/itm/100-Authentic-Nano-Pro-MT-Oil-Stabilizer-Nano-Cool-Combo-Pack-Brand-New-2020/164031942138?hash=item263110cdfa:g:hRMAAOSwc7teHlYP) I've got to tell you, I'm thrilled about this Nano Pro MT Oil Additive. The very 1st thing I noticed was my truck had a ticking noise when it was accelerating or idling. That noise is gone! I ran it about 15 miles to work it through and I don't hear any trace of that noise anymore. Color me impressed! I have tried a few times to find anything that does what it claims to. You cant imagine how important my truck is to me. It's the thing that gets me from job to job. I swear it's the smoothest my vehicle has been in a very long time. FORD F-150 (153,738 Miles). Below is my current mileage and the Nano products I used! Do yourself a favor especially if you have a High Mileage vehicle and pick up a few bottles of this stuff! You won't be sorry!
So, I've learned about the non-interference engine yesterday and I've been thinking about it for a while. Because the pistons can't get damaged by the valves, does that mean that i can basically rev my engine up past the redline? or is there still some type of limitation? Also, does that mean that i can significantly increase the output of the engine?
Interesting story, I recently purchased a Gmc sanoma, (I’m in 17) and as a joke told my friend that it would easily beat his dads dodge charger scat pack hemi. Now it’s gotten a bit too real and there’s no going back, in other words, I need the best engine swap and components in order to uhhh beat a scat pack with a 2003 Gmc Sanoma. However, being the teenager I am, I don’t have an abundance of money so it must also be budget friendly. Thanks
I have a 2011 Suzuki alto and I've been trying to find out if I'm able to supercharge it. It is only 50kw at the moment and slows right down up hills. The engine specs are 50kw 1.0L 998cc 3-cylinder twin cam. I wouldn't know what surcharger to buy and I don't want to blow up my engine (understandably) either. Any suggestions would be great thanks