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Restore 00015 6-Cylinder Formula Engine Restorer and Lubricant

by Restore
4.4 out of 5 stars 65 customer reviews
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6-Cylinder
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  • Restores cylinder compression
  • Restores horsepower
  • Restores engine performance
  • Reduces oil consumption
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Product Information

Style:6-Cylinder

Technical Details

Brand Restore
Item Weight 1.1 pounds
Product Dimensions 3 x 3 x 6 inches
Item model number 15
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Manufacturer Part Number 00015

Additional Information

ASIN B0002KL6FG
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4.4 out of 5 stars 65 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #395,986 in Automotive (See top 100)
#206 in Automotive > Oils & Fluids > Additives > Engine & Oil
Shipping Weight 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available July 7, 2004

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Product Description

Style: 6-Cylinder

Restore Engine Restorer and Lubricant is a high performance oil additive that increases compression in older high-mileage engines. The unique CSL formula fills worn areas of the cylinder walls to reduce blow-by and restore compression to near original levels. Restoring cylinder compression improves combustion to increase horsepower, reduce oil burning, maximize fuel mileage and restore peak engine performance. In addition, it provides extreme pressure lubrication to help protect engine components from excessive wear. Compatible with conventional or synthetic oil.

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Style Name: 4-Cylinder
I got a Tacoma 2RZ 2.4L 4cyl and compression tests show cylinder #3 having only 90PSI of pressure while the rest has 150PSI. My mechanic says it's worn out. Dripping some oil into there raises the compression to 130PSI so I'm pretty sure it's worn rings. I really love this truck and would like to run it as long as I can so I tried Restore. All the mechanics kept telling me it's just a band aid and likely won't even work.

Well after the first tank I noticed quite a bit better fuel economy. I usually got 20-22mpg under highway conditions at 65mph. With restore I got 25-27mpg! I have a Scangauge so the results were evident since the only change was adding the Restore. I did a compression test after a couple thousand miles of driving and now all 4 cylinders are around 150psi!

Amazing!
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Style Name: 4-Cylinder
I have a 1998 Toyota Corolla LE and it has 236,000 miles on it and it was starting to leak oil at the head gasket and also burning about 1 quart every 400 miles.

I cleaned all the oil off the engine and got it very clean to see where the engine was leaking from. I was also leaking oil from the oil pan gasket but i replaced the oil pan gasket to stop the oil leak from there.

It has a 1.8 Liter 16 valve DOHC engine. I did a oil change and replaced the filter and put the engine restorer in my engine. I did shake the can really good and i poured it in first and then i poured my oil in to make sure the oil pushes this engine restorer all through my engine from top to bottom. Then i started my car up and drove it for about 1 hour. It was still using oil and still leaking oil. I had to top the oil off once after 200 miles but not very much. Maybe 1 liter of oil. Then i kept driving it and around 400 miles it stop leaking oil and stop burning oil. I have not had to put any oil in my car for a week and i drive about 850 miles a week.

This engine restorer truly saved my engine from major problems and it runs smoother and quieter now that i put this engine restorer in. It doesn't tick, tap or make any odd noises. I used 5w 30 oil and it works great. The engine restorer is a blue color oil which i thought was interesting.

I have tried other oil additives and they did not work. Before i did the engine restorer i put Sea Foam in my engine and drove for 1,000 miles and then used engine restorer. The sea foam got my engine really clean because when i dropped my oil pan it was clean inside the engine.

You may have to top off your oil until the engine restorer works but it does work.
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Style Name: 8-Cylinder
Used on my 2003 honda civic, 1.7l vtec. I put the can in with a fresh oil change with new filter, 5w 20 synthetic ams oil with a wix performance filter. Felt a difference in performance and fuel economy due to me having to drive 200 miles a day until two days later my check engine and low oil press. lamp turned on, car went into limp mode on the highway could not go over 4k rpm. Had to baby it home and the next day I changed my oil again with new filter without the restorer and had to clean out my vtec solenoid screen from gunk deposits.Problem gone, unfortunately for the newer vehicles that rely on sensors and solenoids that require proper oil pressure for consistent operation this stuff is not for them. It clogs small screens as it did my vtec solenoid and reduces oil viscosity putting your engine at a risk. Older vehicles on the other hand would be able to handle this additive.
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Style Name: 4-Cylinder
So...Here's the scoop.
IF you have an "newer" car/truck with VVT...do NOT use this stuff. It WILL clog the tiny passages which will lead to very expensive repairs/CEL's etc. The camshaft actuator solenoid screens will get clogged/the actuator itself may also be choked with the solids contained in this product.

BUT...

IF you have an older engine without VVT...go for it. I've used it in a couple of different applications and noticed an immediate compression gain, power increase, and slight mileage improvement.

IF you have a VERY worn/tired engine and really want to give it the royal treatment...give this method a try.

First...regardless of size engine, get the 8 cylinder size and a stone cold car with a fresh oil change
- Start the car. Warm it up for just about 2 min or so...just "warm"
- Remove the spark plugs
- Pour about 1/2 ounce down each plug hole(if you can reach them) Use a syringe and a little tubing if necessary
- Replace the plugs and turn the engine over 7-10 full "cycles"...but DO NOT start it.
- Pour the remaining restore into your oil
- Let it sit for an hour or two
- Start the car...It WILL smoke and puke...keep it going and drive it for an hour or so. It will smoke...but it will clear.(it's just the RESTORE in the cylinders...mostly just oil...it won't hurt anything)

This will ensure that there is RESTORE both above and below the rings. It will last for a good while also. No need to use it at every oil change.

Remember...this is for OLD engines only...If it's "new" and has VVT...DON'T use it.
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