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Rislone Nano Prime Engine & Oil Additive Reduces Engine Wear Up to 37 Percent

It powers our custom 700 horsepower Rislone RS700 Mustang.

It’s the choice of race and off-road clubs around the world, and a proven part of any car enthusiast’s maintenance schedule.

It’s Rislone Nano Prime, and it’s quite simply the most advanced additive we’ve made in our 96 year of being in the business.

Rislone® Nano Prime Engine & Oil Additive (P/N 4104) uses ground-breaking synthetic nanotechnology to provide engines of all ages with significantly greater protection against friction and wear than oil alone. The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) testing shows all engines treated with this next-generation engine lubricant and oil treatment enjoyed greatly reduced wear and friction. This reduction provides increased engine performance and allows vehicles…

Warming Up Your Car: Good for You, Bad for Your Engine

Not long ago, Popular Mechanics posted an article about something we tell our customers all the time (and most don’t believe us): warming up your car by letting it idle when cold out certainly helps your car get comfy, but it’s bad for modern engines. In fact, the method that we all use today originated back when engines were carbureted and is completely outmoded today. Says Popular Mechanics:
Warming up your car before driving is a leftover practice from a time when carbureted engines dominated the roads. Carburetors mix gasoline and air to make vaporized fuel to run an engine, but they don’t have sensors that tweak the amount of gasoline when it’s cold out. As a result, you have to let older cars…