Add AR9100 Friction Modifier to Your Oil
• Forms a solid boundary lubricating film that improves performance, offers extreme pressure protection and protects engines, gearboxes and hydraulic systems
• Reduces friction, improving efficiency and power. With less friction the system will run smoother, more quietly and develop less heat
• Extends oil drain intervals by improving the oxidative stability of engine oil
• Gently removes and disperses any sludge, varnish and carbon deposits that have built up in the engine
POWER STROKE STICTION FIX
AR9100 Friction Modifier solves misfire and cold start issues in 6.0L & 7.3L Power Strokes
To maintain the products benefits we recommend adding AR9100 to every oil change.
Yes, but if AR9100 is added to used oil which will be drained soon it would need to be replaced at the next oil change. If an oil change is coming up consider waiting until then to add AR9100 so it can be used for a full oil drain, or consider changing your oil when you add AR9100 so it goes in with fresh oil.
When adding AR9100 to used oil, make sure there is room by draining some oil out beforehand. Make sure not to add AR9100 to an already full crankcase, doing so will exceed your engines maximum oil capacity and can cause engine damage. If your dipstick shows that the oil is below the maximum mark, you can usually add AR9100 without draining oil out.
For all Power Strokes remove ½ a quart (16 oz) of oil from the engine before adding a 16 oz bottle of AR9100. If you are adding AR9100 during an oil change use less oil so there is room.
Yes. AR9100 is suitable for use in both synthetic and conventional engine oil.
No, We don't recommend using AR9100 in automatic transmissions.
No. AR9100 will pass through fine oil bypass filters without causing issues as the average particle size of AR9100 is 100 nanometers (1/10 of a micron).
The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act allows consumers to use additives of their choice without voiding their warranty except for instances where specific additives have been noted as incompatible.
AR9100 should be added to new vehicles after completing their break in cycle in accordance with the owner's manual.
Yes, use 1.2 oz of AR9100 per quart of engine oil in motorcycles with wet clutches. Check the owner's manual beforehand to ensure it does not specify against the use of friction modifiers.
Engine seems to run a lot smoother
I have an older diesel pickup and was going to change the injectors again but then ran across Archoil oil and fuel additive. After adding and my next 20 miles, it was like a new engine. I am buying more to put in my tractors.
My 7.3 runs smother and winds faster than ever ! Money well spent for a change.
Been using for 3 years in my 99 & 02 ford 7.3 everything is running smooth