Thursday, April 1, 2010

AMSOIL Announces 3 New Products

AMSOIL has launched three new products that live up to the AMSOIL quality standard. From preparing your engine or transmission to install AMSOIL synthetic lubricants to maintaining the performance you demand, the following new AMSOIL products have you covered.

For those switching over to AMSOIL synthetic motor oils or transmission fluids for the first time who are desiring to maintain maximum engine and transmission cleanliness, AMSOIL Engine and Transmission Flush is the product of choice. Before switching out fluids, one treatment helps restore fuel economy, increases operating efficiency and reduces emissions in automatic transmissions and gasoline or diesel engines. Safe enough to use in every oil change and easily disposable with waste oil, AMSOIL Engine and Transmission Flush is the first step any new AMSOIL user should consider.

Also new to the product lineup is AMSOIL Synthetic Polymeric Truck, Chassis and Equipment Grease. Formulated to deliver excellent wear protection and extreme-pressure performance, those operating in severe service environments can rely on AMSOIL to provide a sturdy grease that can take the heat. Available in NLGI 1 and NLGI 2, AMSOIL Synthetic Polymeric Truck, Chassis and Equipment Grease saves time and money by keeping operators on the road longer with less time in service.

And finally, with summer just around the corner are bringing out out the toys and tools that have spent the winter in storage. AMSOIL Quickshot SE is a premium fuel additive that thoroughly cleans and restores peak performance in small engines and powersports equipment. Degraded fuel has always been a issue for engine components while in storage, and the ethanol in tomorrow’s fuels will make the situation more problematic than ever.

AMSOIL Quickshot SE counters these harmful effects by carrying away deposits and buildups in fuel systems to bring performance back to par. Safe for use in all two and four stroke gasoline-powered engines, AMSOIL Quickshot SE is just what these engines need as they're resurrected for springtime use.

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