Problems Solved2020-05-02T21:26:06-06:00
What’s an effective way to fix many performance related problems?2020-05-04T21:44:43-06:00
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Rather than carrying out expensive mechanical work to physically remove, clean and replace affected parts of engines and fuel systems (an effective overhaul), an effective way to fix many performance related problems is to fix the root cause of the problems. Often this can be achieved with minimal downtime and cost.

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How does the type of operation affect an engine?2020-05-04T21:45:59-06:00
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The type of engine operation, such as excessive idling, short run time, light work, and city type driving, all contribute to deposit formation which usually results in less than satisfactory engine performance. These operating conditions do not allow efficient combustion of the diesel (or gasoline), resulting in accelerated hard-carbon build-up within the engine. In addition, poor maintenance and general age will also contribute to deposit accumulation, and will adversely affect engine performance. Here’s a solution…

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How does inefficient combustion cause so many major engine problems?2020-05-04T21:47:14-06:00

Inefficient combustion is usually caused by a number of factors, such as excessive idling, short run time, light work, and city type driving. All these Broken piston ring caused by hard carbon depositsoperating conditions do not allow efficient combustion of the diesel (or gasoline), which contribute to hard-carbon deposit formation, often resulting in major engine problems, including premature wear, breakdown and ultimately, overhaul. Here’s a solution…

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How does FTC Decarbonizer eliminate soot from the DPF?2020-05-04T21:59:42-06:00

FTC DecarbonizerFTC Decarbonizer causes all carbon in combustion and exhaust spaces, including any soot trapped in the DPF, to combust and be eliminated at temperatures as low as 575⁰F to 750⁰F – a temperature readily reached by diesel engines.

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What is the root cause of the DPF problems my engine has?2020-05-04T21:24:52-06:00

FTC DecarbonizerThe root cause of Diesel Particulate Filter problems is the overproduction and accumulation of diesel combustion soot during the combustion and exhaust process, which consequently clogs DPF’s. There is a low cost solution…

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Why are ‘forced DPF regenerations’ bad for modern diesel engines?2020-05-04T21:23:47-06:00

FTC DecarbonizerForced DPF regenerations can cause some of the excess fuel required for regenerations to get past the piston rings into the engine oil. This causes excessive fuel dilution of the oil, which is bad for any modern diesel engine. Often, forced ‘regens’ also promote diesel soot backing up into the engine, causing damage to the turbocharger and fuel injectors. Here’s a solution…

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What can be done to increase combustion efficiency in all engines?2020-05-04T21:16:36-06:00
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Combustion efficiency can be increased to ‘as-new’ levels simply by restoring the combustion chamber and associated components to original condition. This is done simply by using FTC Decarbonizer as recommended, and ensuring fuel delivery systems are also kept in ‘as new’ condition. Here’s a solution…

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Duramax problems solved

“My 2008 Chevrolet Duramax, with only 129,000 miles, was running badly and intermittently blowing clouds of black smoke at highway speeds. It had bad power loss above 65 mph – usually no throttle response above this speed. Also, it felt and sounded like the turbo was constantly surging at any speed. Over the last couple months I’ve been using FTC Decarbonizer and CRD Fuel Enhancer in the diesel fuel, and it has made a tremendous difference! No black smoke! Running so much smoother, full power again, and I’m getting 2.5 mpg better fuel mileage! I’m looking forward to the results I get from the Flushing Oil Concentrate. Great products that do as you said they would. Really appreciate your help.”

Ryan D, Lawrenceburg, TN

How can I fix the hard-starting problem with my diesel engine?2020-05-04T20:53:51-06:00
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FTC DecarbonizerThe hard starting problem with diesel engines can often be fixed by using FTC Decarbonizer in the fuel. It acts as a highly effective combustion catalyst to ignite fuel much easier during cold starts. It also safely and effectively oxidizes (burns off) hard carbon deposits from combustion and exhaust spaces, including cylinder glaze and piston ring groove carbon – increasing cylinder compression. Find out more here…

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What causes diesel engines to be harder to start in winter?2020-05-04T20:50:33-06:00
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FTC DecarbonizerDiesel engines are often harder to start in winter. This hard start condition is very often due to engine deposit build-up. Over time, internal engine deposits continually build up and very often have an adverse effect on many areas of engine performance, especially cold starting. Here’s a solution…

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How to increase oil’s load carrying strength without changing viscosity2020-05-04T20:47:19-06:00

AW10 AntiwearIncrease the load carrying capacity of your oil, whether it be engine, transmission, final drive or hydraulic oil. AW10 Antiwear multiplies an oil’s load carrying ability without increasing its viscosity (or drag). This Oil Enhancer carries a much higher load than the oil itself is capable of, making every lubricated part more slippery, efficient and wear resistant. And importantly, AW10 Antiwear does not alter the viscosity of the oil. Here’s the solution…

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What causes lubricating oil to wear out?2020-05-04T20:46:08-06:00

AW10 AntiwearOil wears out, or, more technically, ‘breaks down’ when the internal heat of an engine, transmission or driveline etc, causes a chemical reaction in the lubricating oil, which causes the oil’s viscosity to change. Simply, when an engine, transmission or hydraulic system heats up beyond a certain temperature threshold, the lubricating oil will begin to wear out, break down or degrade. This break down has many serious damaging effects. Here’s a solution…

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How can I reduce the heat coming from my transmission?2020-05-04T20:43:29-06:00

AW10 AntiwearTransmission heat is generated from 2 sources. Firstly, frictional heat when the oil film is ruptured allowing metal-to-metal contact. Secondly, heat is generated through fluid friction caused by the constant churning of the oil during operation. AW10 Antiwear is formulated to deliver tremendous increases in lubricant load carrying ability, wear reduction and friction and heat reduction. Semi trucks see reductions in gearbox and diff temperatures of 15–25˚F. Find out more here…

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What is a low cost way of removing engine-destroying sludge?2020-05-04T21:36:51-06:00

Flushing Oil ConcentrateEngine-destroying sludge accumulates in the oil over time, often a result of carbon contaminants (combustion waste) entering the oil, as well as extended oil drain intervals coupled with poor maintenace schedules. A highly effective, low cost way of removing engine-destroying sludge is to use Flushing Oil Concentrate at every oil change. Flushing Oil Concentrate dissolves and suspends all sludge deposits (even the hard, baked-on type) within the engine. Find out here…

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2000 W900L 12.7 Detroit results

“I did the engine flush today, the oil I put in for it came out as black as the old oil. Before, it was running down the road at 35-40 psi, idling at 25-30 psi oil pressure. Now since the flush and a new brand of oil, it runs down the road at 45-50 psi and idles about 40-45 psi, still has some blow-by but it will really tell when I put load behind it tomorrow morning. Can’t complain for a 950,000 mile 19 year old engine. It’s a 2000 W900L 12.7 Detroit, right around 954,000 miles on original engine. I can tell that it knocked the blow by down, I’m pretty impressed at what the (Flushing Oil) Concentrate can do, still ran at those psi’s loaded.”

Shively LLC, OH

Extended oil drain intervals: good or bad?2020-05-04T21:34:29-06:00

Filthy engine oil with sludgeFlushing Oil ConcentrateManufacturers of many modern passenger car and light truck engines recommend extended oil drain intervals – 12,000 to 15,000 miles is not uncommon. It’s almost impossible for these engines to operate for such extended intervals without forming engine-destroying sludge in the lubricating system. The solution to this problem is to use Flushing Oil Concentrate at every oil change – a very small cost compared to the costs of engine damage due to inadequate lubrication caused by sludge and other contaminants in the engine oil. Find out more here…

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Why does my engine oil light sometimes come on?2020-05-04T21:33:13-06:00

Flushing oil concentrate low oil pressure problemsThe engine oil light comes on when your engine suffers a drop in pressure at the oil pressure sensor. Apart from a faulty oil pressure sensor, the problem could be caused by:

  • insufficient oil pressure generated from the oil pump. Without enough oil pressure, the engine can’t lubricate itself sufficiently, and if the engine is operated continually, it will totally seize and be destroyed.
  • oil sludge build-up within the oil distribution circuits of the engine, causing a restriction of oil supply to vital engine components.

Here’s a solution…

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Chevy Astro low oil pressure

“Our old, yet mostly reliable 1997 Astro van has had a progressively worsening
low oil pressure problem for a long time. At idle, oil pressure sat around 30psi, and at higher RPM, it could only manage just over 40psi. Highly recommended by a friend, I did the engine flush with Flushing Oil Concentrate. The very first start with new oil, and immediately the oil pressure at idle was 55psi. At highway RPM it now sits solidly on 60psi. I couldn’t be happier with the result! Awesome product, awesome result. Thanks.”

Nathan A, San Francisco, CA

How do I effectively remove engine sludge without an expensive overhaul?2020-04-29T18:19:49-06:00

Flushing oil concentrate fix overheating engineEngine oil cleanliness is vital to the life of an engine, as any sludge can restrict the flow of oil to critical engine components, causing component failure and ultimately, an expensive engine overhaul. Use remarkably effective Flushing Oil Concentrate as recommended to effectively remove the most persistent engine sludge and all hard baked on carbon to restore pristine cleanliness to all oil-wetted parts of the engine. It’s more than just a rinse; it’s a full-on, heavy-duty, safe-to-use cleaner. Find out here…

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What happens when sludge builds up inside an engine?2020-05-04T20:36:24-06:00

Flushing oil concentrate dirty engine oilEngine oil cleanliness is vital to the life of an engine, because when sludge builds up inside an engine, it restricts the flow of vital oil through the oil filter and oil galleries and subsequently to all lubricated engine components. Ultimately, this restricted and contaminated oil supply can lead to complete engine failure. Use remarkably effective Flushing Oil Concentrate as recommended to completely remove the most persistent engine sludge and all hard baked on carbon to restore pristine cleanliness to all oil-wetted parts of the engine. It’s more than just a rinse; it’s a full-on, heavy-duty, safe-to-use cleaner. Nothing else matches it. Seriously! Find out here…

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How does oil help keep an engine cool?2020-05-04T20:35:06-06:00

flushing oil concentrate cool engine overheatingLubricating oil has 2 often-overlooked, yet very important functional requirements – It has to COOL and it has to CLEAN the engine components it is in contact with. Full, unrestricted flow of clean oil to all engine components is essential to provide proper cooling and lubricating ability to the engine. A highly effective way to keep an engine cool is to remove all sludge and oil contaminants by regularly using Flushing Oil Concentrate at time of oil change. Nothing else matches it. Seriously! Find out here…

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Cleaner & Cooler Cummins

“I used the Flushing Oil Concentrate in my 1997 Dodge Ram Cummins. Amazing result! The oil on the
dipstick stayed really clean – never seen that before. And it runs a lot cooler now, especially when towing the 5th wheel. Many thanks!”

 Dana Z, Santaquin, UT

What is the low-cost solution to Ultra-low Sulfur Diesel problems?2020-05-04T20:28:36-06:00

CRD Fuel enhancer fix low sulfur diesel problemsCommon Rail Diesel (CRD) Injected engines have been developed and introduced to meet latest emission standards. However, with the addition of this new technology, and the introduction and constant modification of Ultra-low Sulfur Diesel, there are a flood of horror stories about modern diesel problems! CRD Fuel Enhancer is a highly concentrated diesel fuel treatment, especially designed to overcome most Ultra-low Sulfur Diesel problems, especially the low lubricity problem inherent in modern diesel fuel. It  has proven to clean the entire diesel fuel system, restore power and economy, boost diesel fuel lubrication properties, and provide exceptional anti-rust protection to pumps and injectors – a low-cost solution to Ultra-low Sulfur Diesel problems – the total Ultra-low Sulfur Diesel fuel system treatment! Find out more here…

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Duramax problems solved

“My 2008 Chevrolet Duramax, with only 129,000 miles, was running badly and intermittently blowing clouds of black smoke at highway speeds. It had bad power loss above 65 mph – usually no throttle response above this speed. Also, it felt and sounded like the turbo was constantly surging at any speed. Over the last couple months I’ve been using FTC Decarbonizer and CRD Fuel Enhancer in the diesel fuel, and it has made a tremendous difference! No black smoke! Running so much smoother, full power again, and I’m getting 2.5 mpg better fuel mileage! I’m looking forward to the results I get from the Flushing Oil Concentrate. Great products that do as you said they would. Really appreciate your help.”

Ryan D, Lawrenceburg, TN

How do I fix expensive diesel fuel system problems?2020-05-04T20:27:21-06:00

CRD Fuel Enhancer is the real life FIX for many Common Rail, Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel problems! CRD Fuel Enhancer cleans fuel pump and injector deposits, and disperses contaminants as they form, as well as providing essential injector lubrication.

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What engine problems are caused by Ultra-low Sulfur Diesel?2020-05-04T20:26:05-06:00

Common problems with modern Ultra-low Sulfur Diesel injector systems are:

  • Clogged injectors caused by contaminants – incorrect spray patterns cause a host of problems including loss of engine power, poor performance, excessive diesel smoke, excessive fuel consumption.
  • Seized injectors due to lack of lubrication caused by Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel fuel, produces over-fuelling which creates detonation inside the combustion chamber, which, if not corrected, will result in melted pistons.
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What is a low cost way to improve fuel mileage and performance?2020-05-04T20:14:05-06:00

cleanpower increase performance power efficiencyThe engine’s entire fuel system, particularly the fuel injectors and fuel pump, can be totally cleaned of any contaminants that can harm the entire fuel system componentry just by adding super-concentrated Cleanpower Fuel Treatment. Cleanpower is one of the cheapest and certainly most effective solutions to thoroughly restoring all fuel system components to ‘like new’ condition and performance.

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How important is it to ensure fuel injectors are free of deposits?2020-05-04T20:12:48-06:00

dirty fuel injector fix with cleanpowercleanpower fix bad engine performanceContaminants/deposits in the fuel injection system and combustion chamber directly impact performance and economy. The result, at the least – poor fuel economy/gas mileage and less than ideal performance. At worst, engine failure – a reason to ensure fuel injectors are free of deposits. Adding Cleanpower Fuel Treatment and Fuel Injector Cleaner to the fuel tank, either gasoline or diesel, with its extremely effective detergents and dispersants (not corrosive and abrasive solvents) will remove harmful deposits, quickly restoring performance and efficiency that has gradually deteriorated over time. Find out more here…

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What causes decreasing fuel mileage from my engine?2020-05-04T20:11:21-06:00

cleanpower clean dirty fuel injectorsOne of the main causes of decreasing fuel economy/gas mileage and sluggish performance from modern engines is fouled fuel injectors – both gasoline and diesel. By adding Cleanpower Fuel Treatment and Fuel Injector Cleaner to the fuel tank, either gasoline or diesel, with its extremely effective detergents and dispersants (not corrosive and abrasive solvents), it will effectively clean fouled fuel injectors, quickly restoring performance and fuel mileage that has deteriorated over time. Find out more here…

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How can I free up stuck piston rings so they seal properly again?2020-05-04T20:04:20-06:00

broken piston rings combustion carbon deposits cause engine problemsFTC Decarbonizer fuel catalystStuck piston rings are caused by carbon deposits in the ring grooves. Hard carbon, a result of poor fuel combustion, virtually cements the rings into the grooves. In the past, the only way to free up stuck piston rings so they seal properly again, was to overhaul the engine. However, now, by using FTC Decarbonizer in the fuel, a safe, very low cost, and completely effective method of oxidizing (burning off) carbon deposits, including  injector carbon, cylinder glaze, piston ring groove deposits, etc, is the better alternative. Thousands of engines have avoided expensive mechanical overhaul by using this unique fuel catalyst. Find out more here…

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Can I deglaze the cylinders without a complete tear-down?2020-05-04T20:02:07-06:00

cylinder cross hatch ftc decarbonizer deglaze cylindersFTC Decarbonizer deglaze cylindersIn the large majority of cases, cylinder glaze is carbon deposits in the cylinder cross-hatch. This hard carbon, a result of poor or inefficient combustion, has built up over time, and become mirror smooth due to the piston ring’s polishing effect. In the past, the only way to deglaze cylinders meant a complete tear-down. However, by using FTC Decarbonizer in the fuel, a safe, very low cost, and completely effective method of oxidizing (burning off) carbon deposits, including cylinder glaze, piston ring groove deposits, etc, is now the better alternative.  Over the years, thousands of engines have been diverted from an engine rebuild by using FTC Decarbonizer. Many engines when rebuilt are not excessively worn, but are heavily carbon-fouled, and these are the ones that can be restored chemically with FTC Decarbonizer. Find out more here…

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What causes my engine to burn oil?2020-05-04T20:00:31-06:00

ftc decarbonizer reduce oil useNormally, an engine will burn oil because of fouling deposits in the combustion chamber. These deposits are often carbon from unburnt fuel, and have built up over time, solidifying as hard carbon in the piston ring grooves and cylinder cross-hatch. This causes stuck piston rings and glazed cylinders, resulting in engine oil being burned during the combustion process. The solution is to oxidize/burn off these deposits with the very effective fuel catalyst, FTC Decarbonizer. Find out more here…

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5.9 Cummins oil consumption solved

“Just a note to say the truck (5.9 Cummins) is running much better and smoother. The oil is still normal and clean after 600-plus miles, oil consumption is much lower now as well, and fuel eco is up. The Blow-by Pack has worked as you said it would. Thanks!”

Marc M, Chico, CA

Is there a cost effective way to stop exhaust smoke?2020-05-04T19:52:47-06:00
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Exhaust smoke is an engine symptom to be concerned about. It indicates that an engine is not running right, and its service life is likely to be shortened considerably, unless something is done to address the problem. The important thing to do is to see it as an opportunity to take measures that will save you money in both the long term and also the short term. The good news is that before spending a lot of money having fuel injectors replaced, fuel pumps overhauled, turbochargers replaced, or an engine rebuild, often there is a cost effective way to stop the exhaust smoke problems your engine is having. Usually the problem can be solved by using FTC Decarbonizer, Flushing Oil Concentrate, and Cleanpower (or CRD Fuel Enhancer). Find out more here…

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Duramax problems solved

“My 2008 Chevrolet Duramax, with only 129,000 miles, was running badly and intermittently blowing clouds of black smoke at highway speeds. It had bad power loss above 65 mph – usually no throttle response above this speed. Also, it felt and sounded like the turbo was constantly surging at any speed. Over the last couple months I’ve been using FTC Decarbonizer and CRD Fuel Enhancer in the diesel fuel, and it has made a tremendous difference! No black smoke! Running so much smoother, full power again, and I’m getting 2.5 mpg better fuel mileage! I’m looking forward to the results I get from the Flushing Oil Concentrate. Great products that do as you said they would. Really appreciate your help.”

Ryan D, Lawrenceburg, TN

Noticeably less smoke

“I did the oil flush with great results as far as noticeable sludge. While not 100% free of sludge (oil now has slight dark grey tinge, but does not stain fingers when rubbing together), but the difference before and after is really striking, great product! The performance and lowering amount of smoke at start up are noticeable & engine seems quieter.
Other than sludgy oil, my main concern was a bit of blue haze I’m getting driving up grades when the engine is under load. I believe I am burning a bit of oil, not noticeable on the dipstick level or anything, but that blue haze is a tell-tale sign. After the flush, the blue haze was only just noticeable, but I think it may be as I drive more, it’s possibly improving (Cleanpower working?) I am not even half way through my first tank of Cleanpower, as I haven’t been driving tons.
Yes I do want the FTC Decarbonizer!”

 Christian K, Oakland, CA

What causes white smoke when I start my diesel engine?2020-05-04T19:55:05-06:00
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White smoke is caused by unburnt fuel leaving the combustion chamber and entering the exhaust system. When white smoke occurs at cold start, and then disappears as the engine warms up, the most common causes are fouling deposits around piston rings and/or cylinder glazing. That’s not a good sign! Usually the smoke problems your engine is exhibiting can be solved by using FTC Decarbonizer, Flushing Oil Concentrate, Cleanpower (or CRD Fuel Enhancer). These products are proven to be highly effective at fixing most exhaust smoke problems, though especially the particular problem of white smoke on cold starts. Find out more here…

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What does exhaust smoke tell me about my engine?2020-05-04T19:51:37-06:00
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The color of engine exhaust smoke and when it occurs can tell you a lot about your engine’s condition. Basically, there are three types of exhaust smoke – black exhaust smoke, blue exhaust smoke, and white exhaust smoke. Though each type of exhaust smoke has a story to tell, visible exhaust smoke is an indication that things are not right with your engine, and could be a sign of expensive repairs ahead. There’s a cost effective solution to exhaust smoke problems! Find out more here…

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How do I get the very best result from Flushing Oil Concentrate?2020-05-04T19:44:05-06:00

Flushing Oil Concentrateflushing oil concentrate remove sludge from engine is possibly the most effective and safe treatment in removing harmful and performance draining sludge, hard carbon, soot and other contaminants and deposits from oil-wetted engine components. It contains a highly concentrated selection of specific detergents and dispersants, (not abrasive and corrosive solvents) which enable lubricating oils to pick up and suspend deposits as a fine dispersion. In such a way, sludge, gum, dirt and wear metals are removed with the oil change. By following the recommended treatment instructions, the very best possible results from Flushing Oil Concentrate can be achieved. Treatment instructions are included with the product, as well as online. Find out more here…

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Chevy Astro low oil pressure

“Our old, yet mostly reliable 1997 Astro van has had a progressively worsening
low oil pressure problem for a long time. At idle, oil pressure sat around 30psi, and at higher RPM, it could only manage just over 40psi. Highly recommended by a friend, I did the engine flush with Flushing Oil Concentrate. The very first start with new oil, and immediately the oil pressure at idle was 55psi. At highway RPM it now sits solidly on 60psi. I couldn’t be happier with the result! Awesome product, awesome result. Thanks.”

Nathan A, San Francisco, CA

How good is Flushing Oil Concentrate at de-sludging my engine?2020-05-04T19:42:42-06:00

flushing oil concentrate oil engine flushDecades of research and development have allowed Flushing Oil Concentrate to be totally effective at restoring pristine cleanliness to all internal engine components. It is possibly the most effective and safe treatment in removing harmful and performance draining sludge, hard carbon, soot and other contaminants and deposits from oil-wetted engine components. Extend the life of your engine – use Flushing Oil Concentrate at every oil change. Find out more here…

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Would never have believed this

“200,000 miles on the build, this engine puts out 650 hp and 1650 lb/ft of torque, the dipstick is after one treatment of your Flushing Oil (Concentrate) treatment product. I thought I was rolling the dice when I got your products and would never have believed this. There it is right there, in the picture, the dipstick after it was run up and warmed and driven for about 10 miles. Can’t wait to see what the rest of the product FTC Decarbonizer will do for my truck as well as the fleet of equipment that I take care of. I’m sure we will be a customer for many years to come. I manage a fleet of equipment here in Colorado. I took the dipstick down and showed it to the owner because, well, you just have to see it to believe it.”

Phil P, CO

How is Flushing Oil Concentrate different than other oil flushes?2020-05-04T19:41:21-06:00

flushing oil concentrate oil engine flushFlushing Oil Concentrate is not just another harmful solvent based, off-the-shelf engine flush that you simply pour into the engine and forget about. Decades of research and development have produced this remarkably effective, totally safe to use product. Flushing Oil Concentrate is a highly concentrated, specialized detergent-based treatment, designed specifically to do a tough job, a job that most other available treatments just cannot do. Nothing else comes close. Seriously! Find out more here…

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Cleaner & Cooler Cummins

“I used the Flushing Oil Concentrate in my 1997 Dodge Ram Cummins. Amazing result! The oil on the
dipstick stayed really clean – never seen that before. And it runs a lot cooler now, especially when towing the 5th wheel. Many thanks!”

 Dana Z, Santaquin, UT

Will FTC Decarbonizer harm my engine?2020-05-04T19:08:12-06:00

FTC Decarbonizerftc decarbonizer fuel catalyst modifies the chemistry of the fuel combustion process, to accelerate the fuel burn (explosion) and oxidize existing combustion chamber and exhaust system carbon. This action is harmless to engine components and is a progressive action, working first on the easier softer deposits, and eventually on stubborn hard carbon that would normally have to be chiselled off at overhaul. Find out more here…

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Has FTC Decarbonizer been scientifically tested?2020-05-04T19:06:55-06:00

FTC Decarbonizerftc decarbonizer tested over many years at leading world universities has been scientifically tested and analyzed over many years. Research and test facilities include: University of California, Los Angeles(UCLA), CA 1971, Brigham Young University, UT, University of Perugia, ITALY, Southwest Research Institute (SWRI)TX, and many others. Find out more here…

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Tests & Analysis
What is the background of FTC Decarbonizer?2020-05-04T19:05:39-06:00

FTC DecarbonizerFTC decarbonizer has been used for decades is a result of research scientists working on organo-metallic materials to act as an octane booster in gasoline, decades ago. Their work concentrated on a group of chemicals classified as metal based combustion catalysts. One chemical in particular proved extremely interesting to them – they discovered that the addition of trace amounts of this chemical (56 parts per billion) to automotive fuel improved combustion efficiency by measurable amounts.This was the beginning of FTC Decarbonizer… Find out more here…

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The Chemistry
Does FTC Decarbonizer really deglaze cylinders?2020-05-05T03:17:05-06:00

ftc decarbonizer deglaze cylinders cross hatchFTC Decarbonizer deglaze cylindersYes, it does. FTC Decarbonizer is a unique combustion catalyst. During the fuel combustion process, it oxidizes hard carbon from combustion and exhaust spaces, including turbos and DPF’s, and the hard-carbon buildup on cylinder walls that is refered to as “cylinder glaze”. The oxidization process really will deglaze cylinders as the engine operates. Find out more here…

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What are the benefits of using FTC Decarbonizer?2020-05-04T18:50:45-06:00

FTC Decarbonizer fuel catalyst deglaze cylinders clean turbocharger reduce exhaust smokeThe benefits of using FTC Decarbonizer include prolonged engine life, extended turbocharger life, reduced emissions, reduced exhaust smoke, reduced oil use and engine blow-by, increased fuel mileage, just to name a few. Find out more here…

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Does FTC Decarbonizer really work?2020-05-04T18:43:33-06:00

ftc decarbonizer really works reduce emissions Yes! FTC Decarbonizer really works! It has been used for decades by large mining and trucking operations, and has shown that it reduces or eliminates many costly problems associated with engine operation, i.e. engine blow-by, exhaust smoke, Diesel Particulate Filter problems, power loss etc. Find out more here…

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What can I do now about blow-by before it destroys my engine?2020-05-04T18:03:12-06:00

truckers blowby pack reduce blowby fix blowbyThe answer is to introduce a very effective, easy to use, two-part package that directly addresses the root cause of blow-by. The first step safely dissolves, disperses and removes problem deposits by using an extremely effective detergent/dispersant type flushing oil concentrate to remove all contaminants from the engine, including sludge and gum from the oil-control rings. The second step introduces a ‘decarbonizer‘ into the fuel, which, during the combustion process, actively oxidizes (burns off) ‘top end’ hard carbon deposits, including carbon build up in the piston rings grooves, and carbon build up in the cylinder cross hatch (cylinder glaze). Find out more here…

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Saved an engine overhaul

“I want to thank you for putting out a product I can truly say has saved me money. I repair and sell Grasshopper Lawn mowers and love their Kubota Diesels and have had a few of them that have not been taken care of, but instead of having to tear them down and rebuild them, I added the FTC Decarbonizer and the Flushing Oil Concentrate, and was blown away with the results of my first application, before I put the additives in the one mower I truly thought I was going to have to take apart. I ran it for a month and during that time, I noticed less and less blow-by and it had the power to cut thick thatch with no problem. I just wanted to let you know what good products you have.”

Rich M, Swansea, IL

How do I get rid of heavy, baked-on carbon that causes piston rings to stick?2020-05-04T18:01:53-06:00

truckers blowby pack reduce blowby fix blowbycombustion carbon deposits cause engine problems broken piston ring engine blowbyThe problem of piston rings sticking is due to hard baked-on carbon in the ring grooves. This carbon virtually cements the rings solid, restricting the rings ability to expand and seal effectively against the cylinder wall, resulting in compression loss and increased engine blow-by. The carbon has accumulated over a long period of time and is usually rock hard. There is a large window of opportunity to correct this problem before wear and breakdown becomes a serious issue. By introducing 2 remarkably effective products to the maintenance routine of an engine, the heavy, baked-on carbon can be eliminated, restoring compression and oil control. Find out more here…

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How do hard carbon deposits cause engine blow-by?2020-05-04T18:00:22-06:00

truckers blowby pack glazed cylinder cross hatchtruckers blowby pack reduce blowbyHard carbon deposits are a result of engine combustion. Over time these deposits progressively accumulate throughout several parts of the engine, including cylinder walls, piston ring grooves, valves, diesel injectors, diesel particulate filters, turbochargers, etc. Hard carbon virtually cements piston rings in their grooves, restricting their ability to seal effectively against the cylinder walls. Also, hard carbon builds up in the cylinder cross hatch, giving the cylinders a highly polished surface. These 2 conditions alone reduce cylinder compression and oil control, resulting in engine blow-by. Introducing remedial maintenance measures to effectively remove these deposits will immediately restore operating performance and efficiency, while reducing wear rates to give longer engine life. Find out more here…

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Does engine blow-by always mean a complete engine overhaul?2020-05-04T17:47:38-06:00

engine blowby fix truckers blowby packEngine blow-by does not always mean a complete engine overhaul! Use Flushing Oil Concentrate with FTC Decarbonizer, and in the vast majority of cases, your engine will reduce blow-by and oil use. Low cost, and the problem is solved while you continue to operate your vehicle or machine! Find out more here…

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Detroit 60 Series Blow-by fix

“My Series 60 Detroit developed an oil use and blowby problem at 500,000kms (310,000 miles) after an in-chassis rebuild. Running your Flushing Oil Concentrate (in combination with FTC Decarbonizer) tightened up the blowby and oil burning. I’ve continued to use these products and 6-7 years later, the truck is still going great.”

Phil Riseley, Riseley’s Bulk Haulage, Australia

Is engine blow-by expensive to fix?2020-05-04T17:32:04-06:00

engine blowby fix truckers blowby pack engine sludge carbonUsually engine blow-by would suggest an expensive engine rebuild – time and money. Here’s the good news – you don’t have to spend huge amounts of hard earned money and lose valuable time having a complete engine rebuild. The solution is to restore the engine to a clean and carbon free condition; use the very effective Truckers Blow-by Pack, and save time and money.

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Saved an engine overhaul

“I want to thank you for putting out a product I can truly say has saved me money. I repair and sell Grasshopper Lawn mowers and love their Kubota Diesels and have had a few of them that have not been taken care of, but instead of having to tear them down and rebuild them, I added the FTC Decarbonizer and the Flushing Oil Concentrate, and was blown away with the results of my first application, before I put the additives in the one mower I truly thought I was going to have to take apart. I ran it for a month and during that time, I noticed less and less blow-by and it had the power to cut thick thatch with no problem. I just wanted to let you know what good products you have.”

Rich M, Swansea, IL

What is the main cause of engine blow-by?2020-05-04T17:28:49-06:00

engine blowby truckers blowby pack fix blowbyEngine blow-by is caused by compression pressure in the combustion chamber escaping into the crankcase past stuck piston rings and/or glazed cylinders, and consequently over-pressurizing the crankcase. Usually engine blow-by would suggest a very expensive engine rebuild. There is an alternative. Try the Truckers Blow-by Pack first.

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What does AW10 Antiwear do?2020-05-01T19:06:47-06:00

AW10 Antiwearaw10 antiwear AW10 Antiwear reduce friction reduce heat is an extremely powerful anti-friction, anti-wear treatment for engine, gearbox and transmission, differential and hydraulic oils. It also provides excellent anti-rust protection. It may not be suitable for wet clutch and wet brake applications. Extend the life of your vehicle or machine! Find out more here…

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Can I use AW10 Antiwear in an automatic transmission?2020-05-01T19:20:22-06:00

aw10 antiwear use in automatic transmission engine hydraulicYes, AW10 Antiwear is totally suitable and recommended to use in automatic transmissions. It strengthens the transmission fluid to greatly reduce component wear, as well as reducing operational heat generation. An extremely effective and low cost way to boost your automatic transmission’s performance and reliability. Find out more here…

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What happens if overdosing occurs?2020-05-01T19:29:42-06:00

These products are highly concentrated liquids; exceeding the recommended dosage is unnecessary. Here is general information about each product…

CRD Fuel Enhancer: If severe overdosing occurs, there is minimal risk of any engine fault. There is a slight possibility of a little white smoke out of the exhaust until the ratio returns to the recommended dose. In extreme cases, refuel the tank more frequently to help return to correct dosage recommended.
Cleanpower: No concerns with overdosing.
Flushing Oil Concentrate: No concerns with overdosing.
FTC Decarbonizer: No concerns with overdosing.
AW10 Antiwear: If extreme overdosing occurs, replace oil and AW10 Antiwear to recommended levels.
Again, these products are highly concentrated liquids; exceeding recommended dosage is unnecessary.

Can Flushing Oil Concentrate harm my engine?2020-05-01T19:46:15-06:00

flushing oil concentrate will not harm and engineSome other engine flushes use solvents to clean, and these could have the potential to adversely affect seals, O-rings and other elastomers inside an engine, as well as the potential corrosive and abrasive effects of typical solvents. Flushing Oil Concentrate is much safer. It uses a special detergent type product, as all engine oils do. However, its special formulation targets heavier deposit molecules such as hard baked on carbon and heavy persistent sludge, as well as the more easily removed deposits. When used as recommneded, Flushing Oil Concentrate cannot harm your engine. Nothing comes close. Seriously! Find out more here…

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Can Flushing Oil Concentrate make my engine use oil?2020-05-01T19:34:53-06:00

Flushing oil concentrate best engine flushIn most cases, Flushing Oil Concentrate reduces oil use markedly by providing a clean seal for piston rings against ring grooves and the cylinder walls. Very few exceptions occur, unless severe wear or damage exists. We recommend care when flushing gasoline engines from the 1980’s and earlier. They are more likely to burn oil if they have had a poor maintenance history. Find out more here…

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Why do I need to use “New / Clean” oil when using the Flushing Oil Concentrate for the first time?2020-05-01T19:42:29-06:00

Flushing Oil Concentrateflushing oil concentrate engine flush best is remarkably effective in dissolving and suspending contaminants in oil. As recommended, when the existing oil is brought to operating temperature and then drained, many existing contaminants are carried out of the engine with the old oil. By then adding new/clean oil to the engine, along with Flushing Oil Concentrate, it significantly increases the capacity of the oil (the carrier for the contaminants) to suspend and carry more of the sludge and carbon deposits out of the engine. Some engines have a very large accumulation of sludge to remove, consequently, the cleaner the ‘carrier’ oil is, the better the overall result. Find out more here…

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Are your products suitable for new vehicles?2020-05-01T19:43:13-06:00

pro maintenance additives products safe to use new vehiclesYes. These products are suitable and recommended for new vehicles.The sooner they are used, the sooner they start protecting your vehicles, and the longer they’ll last and stay at peak performance and efficiency.
Generally, start using AW10 Antiwear after the first oil change in engines to allow some initial bed-in to occur. For all other components, AW10 Antiwear can be used from new. Also, use FTC DecarbonizerCleanpower or CRD Fuel Enhancer (diesel only) from new to maintain your vehicle or machine in tip-top condition.

Will any of your fuel products settle out from the fuel?2020-05-01T20:14:07-06:00

No. Our fuel products/additives all mix easily and will not settle out from the fuel, even over prolonged periods of time. In addition, FTC Decarbonizer controls microbial fuel growths in fuel, subsequently prolonging the life of the fuel in which it is added to. As a fuel catalyst, FTC Decarbonizer enhances the combustion process of fuel, both gasoline and more particularly, diesel, which helps “old” fuel ignite and combust faster and more efficiently. Find out more here…

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What have you got to improve fuel stored for long times?2020-05-01T21:41:19-06:00

The fuel additive products, Cleanpower and CRD Fuel Enhancer both improve fuel stored for long times, as they reduce fuel oxidization and degradation, and resultant fuel system fouling. In addition, FTC Decarbonizer can also be added to assist in burning aged gasoline and diesel cleanly, as well as protecting against diesel bug! More information HERE

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Have you got a product to kill the diesel bug?2020-05-01T21:44:50-06:00

ftc decarbonizer kills diesel bug biocideYes, FTC Decarbonizer is a genuine biocide and a lot safer to use compared to some other biocides! It will kill the diesel bug – diesel growths (bacteria, fungi, algae) quickly, and most importantly with little or no fuel filter clogging issues! Find out here…

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Can I use FTC Decarbonizer and Cleanpower (or CRD Fuel Enhancer) together?2020-05-01T21:49:00-06:00
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ftc decarbonizer crd fuel enhancer work together stop smoke diesel pack

Stop Smoke Diesel Pack

Yes! It’s a great idea to use FTC Decarbonizer and Cleanpower (or CRD Fuel Enhancer) together! They do different jobs, yet they work remarkably well together in overcoming many potentially costly engine problems – excessive exhaust smoke, engine blow-by, low performace/fuel mileage, etc. CRD Fuel Enhancer is a diesel-only formulation; not to be used in gasoline powered engines. It is not necessary to use CRD Fuel Enhancer and Cleanpower together. Find out more here…

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What is the difference between Cleanpower and CRD Fuel Enhancer?2020-05-01T21:52:08-06:00
Cleanpower fuel injector cleanercrd fuel enhancer ultra low sulfur diesel treatmentBoth Cleanpower and CRD Fuel Enhancer are extremely effective, heavy duty fuel system cleaners and conditioners, thoroughly cleaning the entire fuel system – fuel pumps, lines and injectors. Super-concentrated Cleanpower is suitable for all gasoline and diesel applications, removing all fouling deposits, even stubborn ones, that most “off the shelf” products won’t touch. CRD Fuel Enhancer is developed from Cleanpower by fortifying it with especially strong lubricity and anti-corrosion chemicals, solving many of the problems with the modern breed of Ultra-low Sulfur Diesel engines. It can be used in all diesels, but is not suitable for gasoline engines. Find out more here…
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What does CRD Fuel Enhancer do?2020-05-01T21:53:01-06:00

CRD Fuel Enhancercrd fuel enhancer ultra low sulfur diesel treatment repair is an extremely effective, heavy duty, complete diesel fuel system cleaner and conditioner. It thoroughly cleans, lubricates and protects Common Rail Diesel fuel systems using todays Ultra-low Sulfur Diesel. Not only does it clean and restore failing injectors, it also boosts diesel fuel lubricity – saving CRD fuel systems from the notorious and very expensive-to-repair CRD “Injector Rattle“, and many other problems that stem from our modern diesel fuel. Find out more here…

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What does Cleanpower do?2020-05-01T21:56:03-06:00

Cleanpowercleanpower low cost best ultimate fuel system treatment injector cleaner is a super-concentrated full fuel system cleaner and conditioner – cleaning fuel lines, pumps, and most importantly, INJECTORS! Designed for both gasoline and diesel engines, Cleanpower solves many performance, low gas mileage and emission problems of todays modern engines. It will not harm any delicate fuel injection components, as many “off-the-shelf” solvent-based fuel treatments do. Restore engine power, performance and economy in a very low cost way. Find out more here…

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What does FTC Decarbonizer do?2020-05-01T21:56:54-06:00

ftc dcarbonizer fuel catalyst reduce smoke deglaze engineA unique and remarkably effective fuel combustion catalyst for both diesel and gasoline engines, FTC Decarbonizer effectively and safely burns off (oxidize) hard baked-on carbon from combustion and exhaust spaces. Perfect for deglazing engines, de-coking turbochargers, Exhaust Gas Recirculators (EGR) and Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF), reducing emissions, stopping smoke and restoring power! It also destroys diesel bug. Find out more here…

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