FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
It makes no difference because the revitalizant is compatible with any type of oil. It does not chemically react with them and does not change their viscosity, physicochemical or operational properties. The oil only carries the revitalizant to the friction surfaces.
Even if some additives have been applied to the engine earlier, they will not cause much effect on the revitalizants’ action.
No, the revitalizant will not settle. After the revitalizant’s application, the engine should idle from 2 to 5 minutes. At this time the revitalizant will completely dissolve in oil, even if the mechanism has not been used for a long period of time.
There are many reasons for reduced oil pressure, ranging from a failure of the sensor to serious wear of the oil pump, bushings or crankshaft journals. If the wear is not complete, the revitalizant will help.
For cars with high mileage, the fuel economy is first reached by the engine’s wear compensation and reconditioning of its operating parameters to their default values. On a new engine, the optimization of the inter-facings and reduction of friction losses will help you cut down the expenses down the road.