|Manufacturer||Marvel Mystery Oil|
|Brand||Marvel Mystery Oil|
|Item Weight||0.16 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.25 x 4.5 x 10.25 inches|
|Item model number||MM13R|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||50095|
Marvel MM13R Mystery Oil - 32 oz.
From the manufacturer
About Marvel Mystery Oil
Born in Chicago in 1923, Marvel Mystery Oil was developed to combat deposits on carburetors caused by poorly refined gasoline of the age. Marvels popularity soared as word spread of its effectiveness in treating all types of engine ailments and was used extensively in WWII on everything from airplanes to battleships to tanks. Today, Marvel Mystery Oil provides vehicle owners the ability to solve scores of automotive ailments with one product that can be added to both oil and fuel
- Improves Compression, Power & MPG
- Lubricates Upper Cylinder for Smoother Idling
- Keeps Engine Clean from Sludge
Added to Engine Oil:
At your next oil change, replace 20% of your engine oil (traditional or synthetic) with Marvel Mystery Oil. For example, if your engine has a 5-quart oil capacity, replace one of the quarts with a quart of Marvel Mystery Oil. Repeat at every oil change for optimal performance.
USE IN: Conventional, Synthetic, 2 & 4 Cycle Oil.
New to the Marvel Family:
Marvel Ultimate Fuel & Motor Treatment can be used in all engines including direct injection (GDI) and hybrids. Marvel Ultimate is also ideal for high mileage vehicles and for preventative maintenance. Marvel Ultimate should be added to fuel or used in the crankcase in oil; specially formulated even for use in synthetic oil and with most advanced fuels including top tier, ethanol blends, and biodiesels
Marvel Mystery Lubricating Oil is safe for catalytic converters and oxygen sensors. Added to gas it cleans and lubricates fuel injectors and carburetors, improves gasoline mileage, extends spark plug life, reduces and prevents varnish and gum build-up. Added to oil it prevents valve sticking and clatter, fortifies properties of engine oil, prevents breakdown caused by extreme temperatures, reduces and prevents acid and sludge formation and promotes easier cold weather starts.
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Dropped 8oz into the engine, wasnt expecting anything whatsoever. Pulled the dipstick before the next oil change and would you believe it, it was still near the top mark!!! What the hell is this stuff!?? Is it the sweat of Gods?
Car is at 170k and I will be using 2-4oz for every or every other oil change from now on.
First I put some in my gas tank at the recommended amount (4 oz per 10 gallons). Most people do this 2 to 3 times to get the full benefits of the product. So a 16 oz bottle of Marvel Mystery Oil would treat 40 gallons of gas. It has improved the performance of my 2011 KIA Sorento 4 cylinder after using on 40 gallons and I'm going to change the spark plugs now. On my significant others 2002 Toyota SR5 4runner, we've had issues with 3 of the idiot lights always staying on, which I've read could be the O2 sensors. On the 3rd application (I used a bottle, 4 oz per 10 gallons, 4 times in a row) those lights went off and have stayed off for 3 months now! Did it clean out the O2 sensors? I'm going to say yes because they have been on for a full year!
Then I added some to my KIA's 4 cylinder oil. You can add or replace 20% of your oil so if you use 5 quarts of oil, you could replace 1 quart of oil with Marvel Mystery Oil. I had changed my oil around 3,000 miles ago with full synthetic Castrol Edge along with using a high dollar synthetic oil filter. This synthetic oil has been so "clean and clear" that it was difficult to read the level on the dipstick. But it was like a 1/2 quart low. So I added 10 oz directly to the motor. 200 miles later, the oil went from almost being clear to black!! So it definitely was cleaning something. I drove it 300 more miles and then changed the oil and filter. I had read that you should add this product like 500 miles before your scheduled oil change and now I see why! My KIA is purring like a kitten and I'm getting 3 more miles per gallon on the highway (78 on the interstate).
Finally, I had added some (4 oz) to a 1 gallon gas container for my lawn mower and the some to the 1 gallon mixture of gas/oil for my old Toro snowblower. The snowblower had been running rough and occasionally dying on me. By the 2nd time I refilled the Toro's gas tank, that 25 year old Toro was once again running like it did when I got it new! I'm serious here! Then this Spring (right now), it naturally was added to the lawn mower. I just got done mowing the yard for the 2nd time this year and it uses 1 tank of gas to get the entire yard done. When I went to start it up, it started on the first pull as usual. But a HUGE gray smoke cloud came out of the exhaust! And it's never done that before. But it's purring like a kitten too!
I'm no mechanic but am rather handy. Just installed a new capacitor on the outside air conditioner as it wasn't cooling. And it solved the issue.
Marvel Mystery Oil says it improves compression, power, & MPG, along with lubricating upper cylinder for smoother idling along with keeping engines clean from sludge. Based off my results or experiences. I would have to agree 100%. I'll keep adding a little to the gas now & then. But if I add to the oil, I will only due that like 200 miles before the next oil change. I recommend trying!!!
In the 60s, so many people just ran vintage straight30 at best. Some ran non-detergent.
If you have ever see in side of a 40k mile motor that had only seen non-detergent oil, changed every now and then,
you'd probably be shocked.
Mechanics of the day saw this horror constantly.
They also saw how a motor ran with a quart of MMO added at changes looked in comparison. It was worth every penny for drop in those cases.
Also, in the winter, that straight30 could give you some ticking and rattling at start up.
Adding MMO, thinned that down some, to help pump up those lifters, and get the oil flowing.
Does it have it's place now? yes.
It is a very thin weight oil, with a percentage of combustible solvent added.
If you have a carbed vehicle that has sat for awhile, it works great in the gas tank, at getting the passages in
the carb clean of any buildup, loosening up a sticky float, needle valve, accelerator pump, etc.
Not to mention valve and combustion chamber cleaning potential.
Modern oils are so much better at cleaning than oils from the 60s-70s, but they still can use a hand.
About 100 miles before your oil change, put a 16oz bottle into your oil to boost cleaning.
Especially in a car that idles a lot, or rarely gets opened up on the highway, thus creating buildup.
Its a treatment, not a repair.