Tufoil Newbie!

terrygls

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terrygls

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Hi, my car recently reach its 100k mark. Been a very good car, but the engine has a little noise and vibration lately. Just so happen i found a reasonable solution, and went to my local Tesco store and grab a bottle of Tufoil.

So here are a couple of question before using it,

1) Would 1 bottle be enough for my 2.4 liter engine?
2) Is there any Precautions before using?
3) Instead of using half a bottle for the subsequent change, could i use the whole bottle (silly question)?

Thanks.

Regards,
Terry
 

maui303q

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maui303q

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1 liter should be enough since the reservoir is roughly the same since u only put in 4L of engine oil. However, below are some feedbacks since i also itchy hand went to the local ace hardware shop and bought one.

1. vibrations - reduced
2. engine sound - reduced
3. mileage per tank - reduced
4. engine pick up - reduced

So those are my observations :D cheers
 

maui303q

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Lol.. Sorry, what i meant was that can feel the car's acceleration is greatly reduced.. and would like to correct, one bottle is sufficient, not 1 liter
 

FocalPoint

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FocalPoint

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Hi! Terrygls.

Thank you for your purchase of Tufoil.

For cars using about 4 litres of motor oil, one 8 oz. bottle of Tufoil shall be sufficient. For subsequent oil changes, a minimum of 4 oz. will do. After the old oil is drained out, add in Tufoil together with new motor oil. Tq.
 

FocalPoint

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It's our pleasure.

The Tufoil Oiler Stick is a remarkable item for oiling cables, throttle linkages, door hinges, power window motors and regulators, sun roofs, electric seats' guides etc. in Klang, you can get it from Eneos at the car park of Jusco AEON. This item can be kept in the car and is handy at times of emergency eg. door lock jam, screws not turning etc. One of our industrial customers use it for robots. Tq.
 

terrygls

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Hi, been testing the ride after adding Tufoil, and it was great. Starting the engine was smooth, engine idling was quiet and the way it drives feels just like a brand new car. Great product!!!:top:
 

FocalPoint

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Great to hear about the positive feedbacks on your car with Tufoil, terrygls. We suppose it should get better by now since it gets run in. Thanks for choosing Tufoil. Cheers!