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Red-E can reduce engine temperatures up to 30 degrees. Minute air bubbles allow metal to metal contact. Red-E's low foam tendency reduces air bubbles there by reducing friction, heat and pressure build up. Minimizing friction represents a significant savings in costly re-builds. Red-E has the ability to flow through tight tolerances and still maintain maximum protection. If valve guides are tight this will prevent oil from flowing to the top of piston and eliminate or minimize carbon deposits.

Red-E reduces fuel consumption!!
When operating temperatures are lowered it takes less fuel to achieve complete combustion. To maintain optimum engine operatering temperatures of 380 to 450 degrees requires a spark plug in the proper heat range to complete the burn. Timing can also be advanced to achieve more complete combustion. This extension of the burn in the combustion chamber creates more power. Leaning back on fuel will also eliminate oil contamination which can lead to carbon build up if the valve guides are loose.

Red-E saves money in oil changes!!
Red-E's unique ability to encapsulate contaminates such as fuel and dust particles allows Red-E to be used for an entire race event and only needs to be drained at the end of the race day.

Example of savings:

Brand "A" at $19.00 per gallon
- Three oil changes per day of 12oz.
- $19.00 divided by 12oz equals $1.58 per oil change this equals $4.74 for oil per racing day.

Red-E at $33.55 per gallon
- One oil change per day of 12oz
- $33.55 divided by 12oz equals $2.79 for oil change for the entire race day.
This represents a 69% savings just in the cost of oil!!

Red-E delivers more horsepower while providing maximum engine longevity!!
Our customers have reported gains of up to 300 RPM and 2 tenths of a second per lap. RPM gains can require a gearing change. If you gain RPM and have slower speeds you have gone past the power band of the engine and you will need to gear back to bring RPM back into range and gain maximum torque results. Dyno results reported from engine builders have shown gains of as much as 27 pounds of torque.



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