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Old 04-16-2013, 04:29 PM
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Zddp

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Old 04-16-2013, 09:43 PM
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Here's the tech on it....

"Each half-ounce of Cam-shield™ is guaranteed to deliver an additional 1600 ppm of Zinc (from ZDDP) to a quart of your favorite engine oil."

OK, one half ounce is equal to 15 cc's and a quart is roughly a liter. So, if you add 75 cc's of Cam-Shield to 5 liters of any old off-the-shelf motor oil, you should be protected.

Now, this product does not address the other ingredients of ZDDP, so before you go off half-cocked, do your research. ZDDP stands for Zinc dialkyldithiophosphate and I have no idea what that means. This product claims to provide the ZINK, but says nothing about the other ingredients in the extreme pressure lubricant ZDDP.

Be advised also, that Zinc will destroy a catalytic converter.
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Old 04-16-2013, 11:10 PM
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You say this product does nog have the other ingrediente. Of zddp .. But on the bottle. Says there is zddp .. Its designed for older engines. With flat tapped cams. So why would it be. The wrong oil..
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Old 04-16-2013, 11:34 PM
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It says.......this bottle contains..... "Zinc (from ZDDP)".
It does not say.....this bottle contains....."ZDDP"
I have no idea what that means, but it seems that they are selling Zinc, not
Zinc Dialkyl Dithio Phosphate. I don't know whether or not Zinc by itself will protect the motor or if you need Zinc Dialkyl Dithio Phosphate to protect the motor. I have seen so many snake oil salesmen in my lifetime that I am just naturally careful. Personally, I'd be looking for a product that was described as "ZDDP", not a product that was described as "Zinc (from ZDDP)". It just sounds phony to me.
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Old 04-17-2013, 06:02 AM
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Ok i found this Lucas Engine Break-In Oil Additive 10063-1 - Mobile SummitRacing.com is that the good one?
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Okay how much ml do i have to ad to the oil. I have almost 5 liter And can i just.put it in the valvecover ? Thnx
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I order 473ml
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have some more questions .. 75 cc is what techinspecter says how much ml is that.. do i need to let te oil out of the angine and mix the additive in a can ?
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Okay how much ml do i have to ad to the oil. I have almost 5 liter And can i just.put it in the valvecover ? Thnx
JUST FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS ON THE PRODUCT LABEL , AND YES YOU CAN PUT IT IN THROUGH THE VALVE COVER.

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1 cc = 1 ml
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Alittle late in this thread.I believe adding a additive which isn't mixed into the oil allows that additive to set on the bottom of the pan.Far better off a constant diet of the Joe Gibbs racing oil.
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So just ad it in the valvecover and break in the cam
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So just ad it in the valvecover and break in the cam
Wezz, you can mix it or add it in the valve cover either way, you have the break in lube already on the cam lobes and lifters and your priming the pump and oil galleys before you start the engine so you will be alright either way Its no big deal! Ive seen it done both ways and Ive done it both ways!!

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Okay . Im not sure if its alright with my semy sentetic 10w40 .
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