Magnetic sump plugs are almost as good as an oil analysis: The
better the lubrication/oil the fewer metal particles collect on the sump plug.
Remove almost ALL ferrous particles from circulation
Increase engine lifespan
Improve oil quality/lifespan
Magnetic sump plugs can be used in the engine, gearbox and
Normal Oil filters only remove particles >40 microns in size.
(Society of Automotive Engineers says that:
Filtering down to 30 microns reduces engine wear by
Filtering to 15 microns reduces wear by 70%
engine contaminants in the range 2-22 microns is necessary for controlling
Iron (Fe) is typically the largest source of metal in the oil.
If you remove iron from circulation you have removed the majority of all metal
in the oil.
N.B. Xcelplus stops metal particles from forming which is
even better than removing them after they are formed. Do a visual inspection
before and after treatment: Reductions in wear of >50 % are normal so it should be easy
to spot the difference?
Filter ~20x smaller (~2 micron) particles
Increase filtering capacity ~100x
Increase engine life
Increase oil life
Oil after 8,000 km a) conventional filter b) Trasko filter
Bypass oil filters are even better at removing particles than
spin on filters. A bypass filter is often used to extend oil change intervals.
In fact many users never change the oil. Only the filter is changed from time to
Capture oil and contaminants
Prevents the build up of carbon on the intake valves
Increases effective octane rating
Decreases hydrocarbons (HC) in the exhaust
Increases power and mileage
The Condensator is a good example of a Catch
CC's are attached to the Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR)
system which vents gases from the crankcase to the air intake:
The more an engine pressurises
the crankcase the greater the benefit from a CC Direct (DI) injection, turbo,
supercharger, performance, diesel engines and engines with high compression all increase crankcase pressure. Direct injection engines in particular benefit from Catch
cans because HC's cause carbon build up on the intake valves. Diesel owners
often have serious carbon build-up problems. As engines age there is more blow by
into the crankcase. Any engine using a lot of oil may benefit from a CC.
N.B. Xcelplus reduces wear, helps the rings seal more
effectively, reduces HC emissions, carbon build up and cleans the engine. This
all reduces blow by and reduces the need for a CC.
Foam Air Filters
Filter particles down to 4 microns (~8x smaller): compared
to >30 microns for paper filters
Decreases silicon (dirt) in your oil by ~50%... which means
roughly a 100 % increase in engine life.
Is usually less restrictive
e.g. Uni filter is designed to flow ~24 % better than standard
Is ideal for the worst muddy, dirty and dusty
environments (it keeps working and doesn't clog)
Needs very little maintenance (keeps working even if you
don't clean it)
Prevent silica (aka dirt)
particles from entering the engine N.B. Xcelplus stops silica particles from damaging the engine
but it is better if they never enter your engine
N.B. Unifilter air filters performed better than all other
filters tested (including foam) e.g. Unifilter filter oil remained distributed
throughout the filter no matter how long we left the filter in and didn't turn
to grease after prolonged use. UniFilter also removed significantly more dirt
than some other foam filters e.g. Pipercross
Scottoilers are particularly robust and relatively easy to
What destroys your chain and sprockets is a lack of
N.B. Xcelplus is the only lubricant that is there 100 % of the time.
Xcelplus added to your chain oil (via your chain oiler) is
roughly twice as effective as a chain oiler alone: Check out the testimonial in
which a 520 o-ring chain on an XT600 lasted 57,777 km (~5x longer than normal)
after Xcelplus treatment.
Once Xcelplus coats the
pin the chain and sprocket noise noticeably decreases.
Do you realise that each time you use Xcelplus you reduce CO2
(~6.4 Tonnes refer Cost Benefit Analysis) and other emissions (HC, CO, SO2 & NOx)?
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