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Old 03-28-2012, 06:04 PM   #1
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RPM Lubrication

I found a new product that I tried and now use on my mustang. I'm sold and thought I would share it with my fellow stang lovers. RPM Lubrication - Reducing Friction To A Fraction is an oil additive that I purchased and I'm never turning back now. My engine runs cooler(for mustangs with aftermarket performance parts this is a major +) I use this for my rear differential and transmission(Stick for those wondering)
Just check this stuff out!!! I'd like to know what others think of it!!!

btw My mustang is an 03 Gt chipped, cold air intake 4.10 gear with a 1.5 inch lowered suspension. I sent the company an email about my mustang asking questions about the product and it turns out that he had a Mustang too an 05 but besides the point he gave me a discount code "Mustang" its not much but this stuff pays for itself !!!
Please let me know what you guys think.

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Most products of this type are nothing more than "snake oil".

I usually reserve my recommendation of them until I have seen it scientifically proved by someone other than themselves that it really works or does any good at all.

I did recently read an outside article about ZMAX and supposedly it actually does provide some benefits.
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Most products of this type are nothing more than "snake oil".

I usually reserve my recommendation of them until I have seen it scientifically proved by someone other than themselves that it really works or does any good at all.

I did recently read an outside article about ZMAX and supposedly it actually does provide some benefits.
I have also heard that Zmax does what it says it does. Have you tried it yourself yet Trojan? I never put any additive in my car unless other owners say its ok. thats just me
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I will stand by Lucas 100%... The ONLY thing I would trust in my car..
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I have also heard that Zmax does what it says it does. Have you tried it yourself yet Trojan? I never put any additive in my car unless other owners say its ok. thats just me
No, but after reading the test article by an outside company, I will probably try it.
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I will stand by Lucas 100%... The ONLY thing I would trust in my car..
Iv also heard amazing things from gm owners about Lucas even as far as fixing lifter problems iv never true any additives iv only got 19k on the car so it has no issues
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I will stand by Lucas 100%... The ONLY thing I would trust in my car..
I have tried Lucas products and as far as I can tell they do work.
Their transmission additive was the only thing that kept an old worn out AODE I had working.
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Tried zmax in my f150 a few years back and it seemed to help from what I could tell lol got better fuel mileage
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