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Re: Motor Kote [email protected]#%$&*# [Re: Gary Allan] #1122892 04/05/08 09:06 PM
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If one of the ingredients is brightstock, my Lucas alaert goes off. Just goo. Brightstock is group I oil and will break down faster than reguler motor oil.


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Re: Motor Kote [email protected]#%$&*# [Re: BrianWC] #1181169 06/27/08 11:39 PM
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Here is what the company emailed to me.

MotorKote contains highly refined Rhein Chemie additives. and no
clorinated, sulfide, molybdenum or halogenated compounds.
It beats all other additives using these mixtures and compounds.

Also try this link for their base compound
http://www.rheinchemie.com/rc.nsf/id/LubricantIndustry_AM_EN?open&cfm=am

http://www.rheinchemie.com/rc.nsf/id/AddAWDia_EN

Re: Motor Kote [email protected]#%$&*# [Re: FrankP] #1181224 06/28/08 02:12 AM
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*yawn*

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Re: Motor Kote [email protected]#%$&*# [Re: Quest] #1181508 06/28/08 01:48 PM
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This is simply the company's website which shows their additives offereings.

RC has many additives, as do other additive companies; this proves nothing.


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Re: Motor Kote [email protected]#%$&*# [Re: Gary Allan] #1182533 06/29/08 11:56 PM
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Frank wrote about this subject a few years ago. He said all he could with out violateing confidentialaity laws and such. It is a form of chlorinated parafin but it has been buffered in such a way as to not be corrosize for a period of time. The chemical in it is used on that large transport tractor for the space shuttle. I guess it is unique though amoung chlorinated parafinsin that it is not like any of the other products that came before it and is not corosive persay. Now I thought that their was a time period hough like 3000 or 5000 miles and after wich it was no longer buffered or something liek that? I also thought that it dd not stick to the metal so you ahd to refresh this stuff each oil change etc......

i had a friend that used MotorKote a long time ago when it first caem out. Back then it did contain PTFE in it as well as what ever propritary parafin chemical it contains. They also changed the design of the bottle!

Re: Motor Kote [email protected]#%$&*# [Re: JohnBrowning] #1186780 07/05/08 05:13 PM
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Rhein Chemie additives

If so using phos and sulfur maybe some polymers but Id still bet on chlor send me some I will check it
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Re: Motor Kote [email protected]#%$&*# [Re: Oilmeup] #4932923 11/23/18 10:57 AM
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Do we know anything new on MotorKote in late 2018?

Re: Motor Kote [email protected]#%$&*# [Re: Oilmeup] #4932986 11/23/18 12:13 PM
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I miss Bruce 381 a loss of an industry expert is missed


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Re: Motor Kote [email protected]#%$&*# [Re: Oilmeup] #4933547 11/24/18 02:17 AM
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I'd like to run my Archoil 9300 against this stuff.


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Re: Motor Kote [email protected]#%$&*# [Re: Marco620] #4933645 11/24/18 08:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Marco620
I'd like to run my Archoil 9300 against this stuff.

And then what?


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Re: Motor Kote [email protected]#%$&*# [Re: Oilmeup] #4934114 11/24/18 04:24 PM
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Another product with the benefit of emptying your pockets.


make the inside of your engine oil cap white.
don't use.
Re: Motor Kote [email protected]#%$&*# [Re: Oilmeup] #5201450 08/31/19 01:35 PM
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ProjectFarm on YouTube tested it and it actually seems to do what it claims.

I would really be interested in knowing what the heck is in it. The MSDS is devoid of component information.

It's mystery juice that seems to work... but if it's chlorinated, they'd have to put that in the MSDS, because it's harmful no?

Re: Motor Kote [email protected]#%$&*# [Re: gamefoo21] #5202274 09/01/19 06:43 PM
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What you are referencing from project farm is not a confirmation this product works. This is just another snake oil people buy because "improvements" have to be made to a finished product by people who don't have a clue how to "improve" finished products.


make the inside of your engine oil cap white.
don't use.
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