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Old 09-04-2008, 12:57 PM
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Originally Posted by eatonde
Hey guys i have a 77' olds delta 88, Indy 500 Official Pace Car replica. The motor has prolly got over 200,000 on it now and i wanna see if i can get a little more life out of it. It is a 403 rocket engine(small block) with a Th350 tranny. I'm not quite ready to pull the motor and rebuilt it yet, with another project already in progress.
The motor runs smooth as silk, theres not a tick or rattle anywhere. heck you really can't even tell its running till you give her some gas.

My question is, as indicated in the title, What is the best Oil additive available today? The 3 listed above all claim to do basically the same job, restore power, compression, ect.

Have any of you used them? did they do what they say? is they cermax worth being the most expensive stuff out there? Tell me your expieriences.
Thanks Danny
You can't use the forces that wear an engine out to "plate" it back to its former glory.

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