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Old 02-04-2015, 02:57 PM   #1
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Anyone use archoil friction mod

Anyone use this stuff? It's a friction modifier for oil, gasoline, gear oil, and I think it might be able to be run in trans too. I heard the guy on jay Leno garage and watched a few other videos that talk about there superiority. Don't know anyone running this stuff. Tried to fined some negatives on YouTube about it but couldn't find any. Thinking about using this in the oil cause it is suppose to be a better barrier with no or less side effects then zinc. What u guys think?
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Never heard of it. Looked it up on their website and it's confusing as all hell. Any real data on it?
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I use their products to lube and maintain my firearms and I must say I am very much impressed with them. My father tried out their AR9100 Friction Modifier in his Toyota Camry and it seemed to quiet down the valvetrain a bit. I know the Ford Powerstroke diesel guys praise the product for quieting down loud engine noise.

I don't have experience using their products in the 5.0 Coyote though. I do know that their stuff is not "snake oil" per se. There is definite science/chemistry behind their formulations. I would hazard to guess that using their friction modifier as an engine additive could only help further. I've never heard of any negative reviews.
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My fiancee and her dad used it in their Powerstroke ford trucks to try and make them quieter and I don't remember it doing much at all. Her dad got rid of his truck and she hasn't used it again in hers as it is a little expensive.

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