Hot Shot’s Secret STICTION ELIMINATOR has been saving diesel engines since 2004. Its ability to provide superior cleaning and boost lubrication properties of the host oil make it one of the only multipurpose additives available today. Over the years, this one-of-a-kind product has been reformulated in order to remain the best possible solution for removing the layers of stiction that robs engines of power and create excessive wear over time.
The most recent development to the STICTION ELIMINATOR formula has provided an opportunity to resolve issues related to high performance gasoline engines. Similar to diesels, constant friction and extreme temperatures inside these high performance engines will result in a burning effect of the oil causing a layer of oxidized oil and its additives to form over time. Although stiction is certainly an issue in high performance gas engines, oil consumption and turbo life also haunt the owners of these vehicles.
By using STICTION ELIMINATOR in a gasoline engine, users will have an immediate reduction in friction and start seeing the benefits of a clean engine within the first hundred miles. This advanced cleaning and friction reducing technology helps quiet the engine, reduce vibrations, eradicate many rough idle issues, reduce operating temperatures, and extend the lifespan of the engine and turbo(s). Here’s what Gilbert, a first time user of our products; had to say about our product in his gasoline powered Audi “I was able to try out the new formula for gasoline engines in my ‘01 Audi A4. I was having lots of tapping and clicking from the engine bay and I thought why not. So about a week into having it in a fresh oil change I can say my noises have been reduced by at least 80%. I honestly couldn’t believe it at first, especially on cold starts it would be LOUD, like bro your car sounds like a diesel. Now it’s back to being quiet with just a tiny bit of ticking which could be CCT but for all purposes I would give this product a recommendation. The first in its class to back up what the label says.”
Originally published in LSI Innovation Magazine – Issue 106