Originally Posted by stevec
Gimic or worth it ?
Anyone using it in their 3.0 L ?
Slick 50 has TEFLON ( (TPFE) ) in it and if you heat it up in a glass vial you can actually see the Teflon SEPARATE into SOLIDS!!!!!
I think pouring slick 50 in your engine is like pouring sand in your engine, just my opinion.
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Duralube--lost lawsuit to FTC
MotorUp -- lost lawsuit to FTC
Fuelmax - lost lawsuit to FTC
Zmax -- settled out of court
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