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    Look into diamond Lube, it does a similar thing by reducing wear down to nil and reduces friction dramatically.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron Murakami View Post
    Not very familiar with that but I can vouch for AMSOil. Promoted by statewide farm bureaus - many who have Caterpillar equipment swear by it. It's the only thing I have used for the last 15 years or so.

    I also use a vacclaisocryptene oil additive - the only undersurface lubricant known to science. In Canada, you can find it under the name Champion QX - they have all kinds of applications and you can find one to add to any oil you choose to use.

    In transverse cylinder wear tests, some have shown ZERO detectible wear on Caterpillar engines over x hours of running time. So AMSOil with Champion QX, I don't think there is a combo that can beat it for low friction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Wing View Post
    Hi All,

    I was searching the net the other day for low friction oils for mileage gains, in an internal combustion engine. I found this link: http://books.google.ca/books?id=rwAA...0gains&f=false

    That link led me to search... Arcographite and eventually to SynLube found here: http://www.synlube.com/index.html

    I have not yet exhaustively researched this company or product yet, but I am in the process of doing such as we speak and before I buy it to use in my vehicle.

    Anyone tried this product in their vehicle and want to post about it? My opinion so far is that it seems like a very good product to use.

    -Dave Wing
    They do have big claims.

    I used Amsoil religiously for years and then found that the real wear tests by Redline oil are actually better. Wix is typically a lower quality cheap filter, but they make the one for Amsoil, which is custom made to high specs.

    For Redline - I use 5 quarts of this: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...SIN=B004BONVB6

    For the filter, the Royal Purple filter is comparable to the custom Wix filters for Amsoil: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...SIN=B003L35936

    I keep the same oil for up to 10k miles and then just change the filter and top off the oil. After about another 5k miles, I then change both. I don't strictly keep to this schedule but close enough. I normally drive maybe 8-10k miles a year so we're talking about an oil change every 1-1.5 years on average and when I drain the oil, it still looks really good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zonman View Post
    Look into diamond Lube, it does a similar thing by reducing wear down to nil and reduces friction dramatically.
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    That looks interesting - watched the vids and saw some of the date. Would like to see a test between that and the QX.
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