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91camaro91 03-07-2012 12:01 PM

rislone ring seal stop smoke
:thumbup: I got me a bottle of rislone ringseal/stop smoke and i have mixed feelings on it. it seems to actualy make more smoke for a min. then lowered amount of smoke alot. its still smokeing, but i didnt expect miricles for 5 bucks. the smoke isnt blue anymore, now more white. the rings were so bad that the blow by killed 4 spark plugs in a matter of a few days. it seems to me like its doing its job. i guess what im gettin at is has anyone else every used this product? what was your experiance? Any suggestions short of a ring job to help with the smoke/ blow by? hanks guys

68NovaSS 03-07-2012 12:15 PM

There's no magic in a bottle that'll fix weak/worn rings. My brother in law put some "Rislone something" a liquid with pellets in his '70 Nova 350, it smoked like a freight train for a while, then went right back to the old worn out motor action. I don't know what's in that stuff, it coats the cylinder walls and rings with something, and you can't undo it.

91camaro91 03-07-2012 02:17 PM

well this stuff just seems like realy thick oil is all. no pellets. but i will not spend money for a ring job on a shootbox 3.1 v6. i just want it to last till i can afford a real motor. 350 or 454. i need something that will snap the passengers neck. haha. im hopeing this crud just lets its stand on its oqn 4 wheels a little longer.

topwrench 03-07-2012 06:02 PM

This brings back memories,I remember JC Whitney selling a product called
"Mechanic in a Can" was suppossed to plate and rebuild your motor as you drove or something like that
I dont know if any of that stuff works,but hey.Its your motor!

91camaro91 03-07-2012 06:55 PM

well. to honest. that sounds like a damn god idk. i just want it to last me a little while. i must have a 454. a bigger rear-end. a rock crusher tranny.....ooooooh how a boy can dream....

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