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You can expect:
- Quieter, smoother running engine
- Lower Temperatures
- Greater fuel efficiency due to reduced friction
- Easier cold weather starting
- Improved engine response
- Reduced exhaust emissions
- Works will all quality mineral or full synthetic oils
What BestLine Lubricants doesn't do
- We don't use anything that causes acidification of the oil that can cause pitting and wear like some other oil additives.
- We don't cause deposits ( gunk )to form in the crankcase.
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The BestLine Engine and Powertrain Treatments are a unique 100% pure synthetic metal treatment that are compatible with all motor oils. BestLine Engine Treatment is engineered specifically for the internal combustion engine. Gasoline, diesel, natural gas or propane, it makes no difference.
BestLine Engine Treatment coats all metal surfaces with a protective layer of molecules. Without BestLine, within hours of turning your engine off, virtually no oil remains on engine parts; gravity will have drained it all into the oil sump. Ninety per cent of an engine’s wear occurs during cold starts in the first critical moments before the motor’s oil fully circulates. BestLine's Engine Treatment can help protect your engine from wear by providing a crucial layer of protection.
The BestLine Engine Treatment utilizes the package of additives present in your own oil and so takes on the characteristics of whichever oil it is used with, synthetic or mineral. BestLine with its 52 worldwide patents is most effective under the most severe operating conditions. Unlike many oil additives and engine treatments, BestLine will not interfere with engineered tolerances and cannot adversely affect engine performance. BestLine contains no solids of any kind. It contains no plastic particles or P.T.F.E. resins (Poly Tetra Fluoro Ethylene also more commonly know as Teflon). It contains no molybdenum disulfide or any potentially toxic and environmentally hazardous metals such as copper or lead or any other metal.
BestLine helps break the vicious cycle of heat from friction expanding the metal resulting in more friction, which may ultimately cause engine failure. Conventional oil becomes less viscous at elevated temperatures and flows away from the heat. However BestLine is actually attracted to any hot spots. These hot spots are areas where tighter engineering tolerances make for increased friction and therefore more heat and wear. With the increased temperature there will be an increase in available charge, which attracts more of the BestLine molecules, bonding them to the metal surface. This provides crucial increased lubrication of the metal where it is needed most.
BestLine has proven to extend the useful life of the oil and allow it to work better for longer but we DO NOT recommend deviating from manufacturer’s warranty guidelines.
This unique, specially developed, time tested and proven product can be a tremendous boost to the efficiency of your automobile. To maximize these benefits, you should utilize the entire BestLine product line: Fuel Conditioner to lubricate the upper engine and improve the burn characteristics of the fuel, thereby releasing more energy; Powertrain Formulation to reduce drag and friction down the drive trains.
Why Change the Engine Oil?
We get asked this all the time so I thought it might be a good time to explain whats going on in the engine / crankcase.
Things that can go very wrong.
1. Moisture in the crankcase can turn acidic causing pitting and excessive mechanical wear over time. If you live in a humid environment this can be a big factor in how often to change the oil.
2. It's not necessarily the amount you drive so much as it is the way or conditions you drive in. Hot temperatures, humidity, hill climbs, traffic and towing all contribute to the soot, ash, metal particulates and the breakdown of the critical viscosity of the oil.
See more below about how often to change the oil:
When asked, you may hear answers such as every 3000, 5000 or 7500 miles, or when the vehicle's oil monitor indicates that this service is necessary. It is no wonder consumers are confused. The simplest answer... well, there is no simple answer! In fact, there is no interval that applies to most vehicles.
The engine serves as the heart of your vehicle, so changing its oil based on the manufacturer's recommendation is perhaps the single most important thing that you can do to keep your vehicle's engine running longer. However, you must read these recommendations closely to determine the correct interval; the interval that matches your vehicle's operating conditions and your driving habits.
The normal interval listed in the owner's manual applies to vehicles driven under ideal conditions. While you may consider your driving habits and operating conditions quite normal, read the fine print. Some exceptions to normal driving include:
Frequent short trips (less than 10 miles, especially during cold weather)
Stop-and-go city traffic driving
Driving in dusty conditions, on gravel roads, etc.
Driving at sustained highway speeds during hot weather
Diesel or turbocharged engine
These conditions commonly appear in the description of severe service driving.
AMRA/MAP advises that you read your owner's manual to locate the correct interval.
What about the 3000 mile oil change myth?
Consider these facts:
Oil requires complex additives and detergents to help prevent corrosion and sludge buildup
Additives allow oil to flow freely at extremely cold temperatures while also providing protection under extremely hot temperatures
Testing shows that at 3000 miles the oil itself still lubricates, but the depletion of critical additives may no longer allow the oil to offer the same protection and benefits
Longer intervals may benefit the environment, but perhaps at the expense of engine life
Re-refined oils offer an alternative for motorists with concerns about the environment
Re-refined oils use the remaining lubricating qualities of used oil, and replenish the depleted additives to create oils that meet the quality of new oil
Your driving type or vehicle usage may affect the maintenance intervals below.
You should follow the manufacturer's service schedule that best matches your vehicle's operating conditions.
Bottom line is that BestLine with its 52 worldwide patents prove that it protects the engine over these severe driving conditions and greatly reduces the tendency for the oil to become acidic. Increasing the life of the critical engine components is what we do best.
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