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#1367637 - 02/08/09 10:48 PM Bi-tron ( or bitron oil additive )
magnumpi28 Offline


Registered: 02/08/09
Posts: 24
Loc: tulsa
Does anyone know about this Bi-tron oil additive product? My friend Stony Jordon says it some good stuff but wanted some input before I put it in my car.

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#1367643 - 02/08/09 10:50 PM Re: Bi-tron ( or bitron oil additive ) [Re: magnumpi28]
StevieC Offline


Registered: 08/21/08
Posts: 14339
Loc: Niagara Falls, ON, CA (near)
Found the website... Sounds like Snake-Oil to me. "A Can of Magic oil that will cure all ailments!"
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#1367651 - 02/08/09 10:56 PM Re: Bi-tron ( or bitron oil additive ) [Re: StevieC]
magnumpi28 Offline


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Stony says Bi-tron a little smarter than pro-long and dont make claims like they will guarentee a engine for life.
Stony has machine called a bearing axis machine where you bitron on the bearing and bitron attracts itself to teh hotspots therfor eteh bearing doesnt lock up, they invite people to bring all the other oil additives and noting compares to bi-tron

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#1367654 - 02/08/09 10:58 PM Re: Bi-tron ( or bitron oil additive ) [Re: magnumpi28]
StevieC Offline


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Loc: Niagara Falls, ON, CA (near)
I would ask Terry Dyson or Black Stone labs what they think as these guys see oils and additives all day long and really are experts at what they do!
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#1367671 - 02/08/09 11:10 PM Re: Bi-tron ( or bitron oil additive ) [Re: StevieC]
magnumpi28 Offline


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Loc: tulsa
Stony is sure sold on it after the bearing test, Only bad thing is they are marketing through MLM and that turns some people off

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#1367672 - 02/08/09 11:13 PM Re: Bi-tron ( or bitron oil additive ) [Re: magnumpi28]
StevieC Offline


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I'm and Amsoil user, so it wouldn't be me...

I will ask Terry about it next time I'm talking with him.
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#1367680 - 02/08/09 11:24 PM Re: Bi-tron ( or bitron oil additive ) [Re: StevieC]
magnumpi28 Offline


Registered: 02/08/09
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Loc: tulsa
Can you Send me a link to a website of what you use(Amsoil)? so far everything they have put up agaist bitron fails big time.

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#1367687 - 02/08/09 11:27 PM Re: Bi-tron ( or bitron oil additive ) [Re: magnumpi28]
StevieC Offline


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http://www.amsoil.com I use the ASL 5w30 and the SSO 0w30
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#1367741 - 02/09/09 12:25 AM Re: Bi-tron ( or bitron oil additive ) [Re: StevieC]
oilboy123 Offline


Registered: 12/05/03
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Loc: Everett, Washington
13 years ago my Sister and her husband tried to sell me on becoming a dealer. It was a company based out of Vancouver BC Canada at the time. They don't sell it now. He said it had one of the best sales manuals he had ever seen at the time.

I feel it is an MLM company that is more about selling the MLM business than having a viable product like Amsoil. Amsoil products are the crux of the business. With Bi-tron the business is the main thing, the product goes along for the ride.

They told me about how it tested very well with Amsoil lubricants. I remember a test sheet showing Amsoil and how it did with Bi-tron. The products might not be any worse than other additives you can buy. I don't much believe in additives for the most part.

Why add magic potions to regular oil when I can buy a really good oil like Amsoil. I don't think Amsoil can be improved by additives.


Edited by oilboy123 (02/09/09 12:32 AM)
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#1367786 - 02/09/09 01:39 AM Re: Bi-tron ( or bitron oil additive ) [Re: oilboy123]
greenaccord02 Offline


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There is a thin like between "MLM" and "Pyramid Scheme." I'm not saying they're the same, just that there's a thin line between that can be easily blurred.
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#1367858 - 02/09/09 04:30 AM Re: Bi-tron ( or bitron oil additive ) [Re: magnumpi28]
tdi-rick Offline


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 Originally Posted By: magnumpi28

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Stony has machine called a bearing axis machine where you bitron on the bearing and bitron attracts itself to teh hotspots therfor eteh bearing doesnt lock up, they invite people to bring all the other oil additives and noting compares to bi-tron



I can do the same with one of those 'test' machines by adding some bleach to an oil ;\)
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#1367896 - 02/09/09 07:22 AM Re: Bi-tron ( or bitron oil additive ) [Re: magnumpi28]
SamSpade Offline


Registered: 08/23/08
Posts: 86
Loc: Philippines
 Originally Posted By: magnumpi28
... machine called a bearing axis machine where you bitron on the bearing and bitron attracts itself ...


Search "chlorinated paraffin".

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#1367950 - 02/09/09 08:31 AM Re: Bi-tron ( or bitron oil additive ) [Re: oilboy123]
StevieC Offline


Registered: 08/21/08
Posts: 14339
Loc: Niagara Falls, ON, CA (near)
 Originally Posted By: oilboy123
... Why add magic potions to regular oil when I can buy a really good oil like Amsoil. I don't think Amsoil can be improved by additives.


+1 \:\!
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#1368624 - 02/09/09 07:13 PM Re: Bi-tron ( or bitron oil additive ) [Re: StevieC]
RTexasF Offline


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Loc: Brownsville, TX
This Bitron thread smells a little spammy.

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#1371627 - 02/12/09 11:52 AM Re: Bi-tron ( or bitron oil additive ) [Re: RTexasF]
oilboy123 Offline


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Posts: 6797
Loc: Everett, Washington
Is MagnumPI in the house? Where is the spam sandwich?
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