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Compression Results

Fast Track Comments from D. Newton I just completed my second ARX application/rinse. I don't know that there are enough superlatives I can find to express how pleased I am with the performance of ARX.
For those who don't know my story, read the whole thing here:
But if you want a synopsis, I'll provide this:
1997 Taurus 3.0 Vulcan; heavily coked piston rings. Very poor compression. There were two treatments of ARX application/rinse. First was an "experiment" with Frank and Gary; second was a "traditional" treatment. The initial test was 2x the dose for 1k miles, followed by a 2k mile rinse. The second application was at 90k miles with 2.5k miles application and 2.5k miles rinse. The final result????? ALL CYLINDERS ARE NOW AT FULL COMPRESSION! The last lagging cylinder (#5) is now up over 180psi in yesterday's compression test, along with all the rest. The following is a recap of the compression in psi, with each reading taken at the beginning of the event. check mileage87k...88k...90K...92.5k...95k cyl 1:.....170...180...180...180.....180 cyl 2:.....170...180...180...180.....180 cyl 3:.....165...180...180...180.....180 cyl 4:.....120...180...180...180.....180 cyl 5:.....110...150...160...170.....180 cyl 6:.....180...180...180...180.....180
The ARX product flat works. Period. While it cannot reconstruct worn metal, it sure can do nearly anything related to byproduct contamination.
The only thing I regret is that I didn't take the pistons out for pictures of the coking, and then reinstall them and run the ARX. On the bright side, I didn't have to, because the ARX did all the work for me!!! And that's the whole point, isn't it? Why tear down an engine to repair the cumulative effects of combustion byproducts when ARX can do it for you! Frank, your product is beyond any competition in the market, and it deserves all the praise it garners.


-- Edited by Frank on Saturday 25th of January 2014 04:23:24 PM

-- Edited by Frank on Saturday 25th of January 2014 04:23:59 PM

Frank J. Miller
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