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 Q. How does it work?

When added to the engine oil the Super Friction Fighter (MoS2 also known as “Moly“) circulates with the oil and plates onto the metal surfaces, enhancing the fluid’s lubricating and protective properties by preventing metal to metal contact.

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Q. What is "Moly" ? 

A. “ Moly” is the short name for the substance known as ( it’s scientific name) Molybdenum disulfide. “Moly” (Molybdenum disulfide also called out as MoS2) is a naturally occurring mineral, formed and mined with other ores in various parts of the world. It is highly refined and processed into sub-micron particle size at which time it can be used as a “solid lubricant.” It possesses the properties of being able to withstand extremely high load capacities (400,000 psi). It is chemically stable, has a very low coefficient of friction (0.05 to 0.09 in powder form) and has thermo-stability over 2,000°F. All of these properties are essential to reduce metal to metal contact and thereby reduce friction, heat, and wear.


Q. What is the difference between Molybdenum Disulfide (MoS2= Super Friction Fighter) and Teflon (PATE) in terms of Solid Lubricants?

A. Both materials are very slippery. Molybdenum Disulfide, or Moly, is a naturally occurring inert mineralization that will sustain loads in excess of 400,000 psi, while PTFE, a manufactured chemical, can only sustain loads in the 350 to 450 psi range. MoS2 remains effective up to its melting point exceeding 2,000°F while PTFE forms a noxious gas near 650°F. Some of this gas will invariably bypass the rings. Additionally, PTFE particle size is inconsistent and generally too large to remain in suspension in the oil. PTFE tends to “b all-up” or congeal at high temperatures, creating the possibility of plugging oil passages or pick-up screens.

Q. Will Super Friction Fighter help my vehicle save gas?

A. The primary result of using Super Friction Fighter (MoS2) is the reduction of friction. The results of lowered friction are lower operating temperatures, reduced wear, reduced fuel consumption, reduced emissions, prolonged life, and increased horsepower. In many cases this DOES increase gas mileage, but that can depend on the kind of vehicle and how you drive.

NOTE*Most recently I installed Super Friction Fighter in a 1995 ford van with a 300 ci. 6 cylinder motor in it. At the time of instillation the van had 142,000+ miles on it. When I put the Super Friction Fighter in the engine oil in the van it was getting 11.2 MPG. Approximately 1,400 miles later (and with the same oil in the engine) the van was (and on last checking) getting 13.7 in town. After installing the Super Friction Fighter oil additive there have been times that this van has gotten what seems to be unbelievable mileage. The averaging highway mileage is up from the 11.2 to an average of 14.2 to 14.7 on the open highway. These are real numbers.

Q. Can Super friction Fighter be used in a high mileage car as well as an engine with 20-30K miles on it?  
A. Yes, and it could help prolong the life. However, it is not intended to be a cure in a can. It will not “fix” a pre-existing problem. Best results are gained if Moly is used throughout the vehicle’s life. Read more… Super Friction Fighter (”Moly”) is so slippery that you should only install it in engines that have had either the time or the miles to be broken in. It’s our opinion that with most vehicles this occurs after the vehicle has a minimum of around 10-15K miles on it. This may very according to manufactures and cylinder wall metals. For most vehicles it may be (check with your mechanic) safe to say that an engine should be well broken in if it has 20-30K on it.

Q. Can oil change intervals be extended with the use of "Super Friction Fighter"?                                    

 A. It is recommended that you stay within the manufacturers’ suggested intervals, regardless of whether using Super Friction Fighter or any other oil supplement or additive.

Q. Is Super Friction Fighter  worth using if I change my oil every 2,000 or 3,000 miles?   
A. The MoS2 uses the oil as a carrier to circulate throughout the engine and plate onto all points of contact under heat and pressure. Once the MoS2 has plated (after about two hours of driving time), the oil could be removed but the MoS2 in Super Friction Fighter will remain on the surfaces for several thousand miles. Therefore, we recommend that Super Friction Fighter be added every 6,000 miles regardless of how often the oil is changed.

Q. Can Super Friction Fighter be used with synthetic oils as well as non synthetic oils?
A. Yes. Although synthetic oils are designed to outlast mineral oils and have a very good high temperature stability, they sometimes have a lower sheer strength. MoS2 has a sheer strength in excess of 200,000 psi., and therefore is an excellent supplement to synthetic oils.

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 Super Friction Fighter CAN NOT be used in 2 stroke (mixed oil and gas) engines, or any power train that has a WET CLUTCH.                                                                                                       

Molybdenum disulfide ( Super Friction Fighters MoS2) IS the bench mark that ALL other engine oil additives are and have been judged by.

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