How much oil does one bottle of Super
Friction Fighter treat?
One bottle of “dry” Super Friction
Fighter is meant to treat an oil capacity of 4-5 quarts. If your engine
holds 8-12 quarts of crank case oil than use 1.5-2.0 bottles of Super
When installing more than one quart of treated
oil I would make the treated oil the 2nd, and 3rd
quart of oil in the re-insulation.
1.) Empty the contents of one (1)
bottle in to a quart of motor oil, and shake it VIGOROUSLY for one
minuet, or until all the material from the bottle of SUPER FRICTION
FIGHTER (engine oil additive) is equally distributed in that quart of
* To know the proper number of quarts
of crank case oil for your particular vehicle you may need to check with
the manufacture, a professional mechanic, or the appropriate work shop
manual for your vehicle.
2.) It’s my experience that the first quart
of oil kind of wets the oil filler tube allowing the maximum amount of
the Super Friction Fighter to “slide” down the oil filler tube. The
remaining 2 to 3 quarts of oil help “wash” any of the suspended
Super Friction Fighter down the filler tube.
3.) After insulation / refilling the crank case
with the proper volume of oil (number of quarts) it’s recommended that
you then start up the vehicle and run the motor (preferably drive the
vehicle) for a 10-15 minuet period. This amount of “run time” helps
to assure that the Super Friction Fighter is equally distributed through
out ALL oil in the crank case, and has ALREADY started working.
4.) After the original 10-15 minuet run period
(just after insulation) continue to drive your vehicle as you have and