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Old 08-05-2009, 09:57 PM
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"RESTORE" additive

Was told that engine "RESTORE" additive was a good thing, especially compared to "SLICK 50". Any thoughts/experience with these?

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yea, it actully works ok... I kept my '65 Rambler alive on seafoam, Restore and Marvel mystery oil ( down the carb to keep valves seated )
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Was told that engine "RESTORE" additive was a good thing, especially compared to "SLICK 50". Any thoughts/experience with these?
Actually has been discussed in depth as recently as a couple months ago. Try doing a search of this forum. Bottom line, consensus was: Yeah, it works.
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it seems to works imo
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It's only a temporary fix, that goes away when you change oil.....that is IF you change oil. Slick50

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