AMSOIL Introduces New Upper Cylinder Lubricant Gasoline Additive

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AMSOIL Upper Cylinder Lubricant delivers more lubricity than the competition and battles ethanol-related corrosion.

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AMSOIL has added a new product to the gasoline additive lineup that outperforms the competition and preserves horsepower and performance. AMSOIL Upper Cylinder Lubricant Gasoline Additive delivers 18 percent more lubricity than Lucas* and 20 percent more than Sea Foam* for better retention of horsepower and fuel economy¹.

AMSOIL Upper Cylinder Lubricant fights ethanol-related issues with its potent corrosion inhibitors that coat metal surfaces, block out moisture and stop deterioration before it starts. It contains detergent additives designed to maintain injector cleanliness and retain fuel economy. AMSOIL Upper Cylinder Lubricant Gasoline Additive promotes long equipment life while delivering increased performance and protection for the engine’s top-end.

Innovative capless-compatible packaging is fully compatible with modern capless fuel systems. AMSOIL Upper Cylinder Lubricant is available in convenient 6-ounce bottles and recommended for use in passenger car and light truck applications. One bottle treats up to 25 gallons and is safe for use with catalytic converters and gasoline containing up to 15 percent ethanol.

AMSOIL has been the recognized leader in synthetic lubrication since 1972. For more information about AMSOIL synthetic lubricants and performance products contact your nearest AMSOIL distributor, or call AMSOIL at (715) 392-7101 or 1-800-777-8491. AMSOIL INC., AMSOIL Building, Superior, WI 54880.

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Parnell Thill
Sr. Marketing Manager

¹Based on independent testing of AMSOIL Upper Cylinder Lubricant, Lucas Upper Cylinder Lubricant and Sea Foam Motor Treatment obtained on 02/13/2019 using the ASTM D6079 modified for use with gasoline.
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