If you read the makeup of our famous Rislone Engine Oil Supplement with Zinc Additive, you will notice that it focuses specifically on zinc, which most other additives don’t. More specifically, it contains zinc dialkyldithiophosphate, or ZDDP. While it may be hard to pronounce, ZDDP is an important component of engine oil supplement products for older cars with flat-tappet camshafts, especially classic cars or older high-performance hot rods. If you are considering one of our engine treatment products for your classic car or hot rod, we invite you to learn a bit more about what ZDDP does.
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Water in your gas. You don’t want it.
But…it happens. Due to condensation or leaks at your fuel pump, small amounts of water can collect in your gas tank. While very tiny amounts will generally make it through your fuel system without damage or consequence, it doesn’t take much water to start to cause problems. Some of the symptoms of water in your gas tank include: Read More
Summer’s not here yet, but it will be soon. Get a head start by maximizing mileage and performance with a clean fuel system.
Summer road trips are a favorite pastime celebrated with your favorite music playlists, sweet-tooth-inspired snacks and the freedom of the open road. When planning your next adventure, take small steps now to keep maintenance issues at bay and maximize vehicle performance – like taking quick and easy measures to maintain the quality and cleanliness of your fuel system.
Have you ever paid attention to the color of smoke coming from the exhaust pipe of your car? While this might sound odd, the color of your exhaust can give you information on how your vehicle is running and whether it needs attention. Exhaust is sometimes an easy indicator of car health.
Here at Rislone, we have decades of experience as a leader in treating engine problems and have put together this list to help you identify the different colors of smoke and react when necessary. Read More
You might know something about engine compression, but in case you don’t, here’s the crash course.
Your engine relies on compression during operation to pressurize the fuel and air mixture so that it detonates properly and creates power to push the pistons. If your piston rings get worn, they allow this gas and air mixture to escape and your pistons can’t create the right amount of compression. Car engine compression problems can be hard to detect at first but can cause big problems if left to get worse. And for you enthusiasts out there, compression = power. Read More