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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…

Why a Zinc Oil Additive? Because Today’s Motor Oils Are Not Made for Average-Aged U.S. Vehicles

Thankfully, Rislone Oil Supplement, a potent zinc oil additive, can help.

A car of average age today needs more metal protection for its engine than it can get from standard motor oil. That’s because the average age of U.S. vehicles is currently 11.5 years old, according to research firm IHS Automotive, and all vehicles of that age and older need more zinc and phosphorous than current engine oils contain. Rislone® 3X Concentrated Engine Oil Supplement with Zinc Treatment (p/n 4405) provides consumers, technicians and auto parts counter personnel with a golden opportunity to help with these vehicles at any oil change interval.

Environmental Protection Agency emissions regulations led to new engine designs that allowed motor oil…

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Older Engines and Zinc (ZDDP): What You Need to Know

It’s no secret that older engines aren’t like today’s modern computer-controlled powerplants. In particular, high-performance older engines (like those in classic cars and hot rods) have lubrication demands that are not met by modern oils.

That demand, in a word, is zinc dialkyldithiophosphate, otherwise known as ZDDP. We’ll come back to that in a second.

But first, why are modern oils lacking ZDDP protection?

It’s a simple story of market evolution: over the years, motor oils have been updated to meet the needs to changing engine designs. While that’s great for newer motors, it leaves older engines out in the cold. These updated oils have greatly reduced ZDDP levels, so they simply do not offer the protection needed for older engines.

So then. What is ZDDP anyway, and…