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Why engines smoke, eat oil and have a high fuel consumption. The laid-back guide

During driving, your engine and other car parts are constantly damaged by friction. Nope, not fiction. Friction, that’s just a fancy word describing constant rubbing of moving parts (eg. pistons against combustion chambers). Yep, the engine is actually designed to damage itself when it’s working. Oh, gosh. Spoiler alert: The following part describes in layman terms …

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Oil additives - Atomium

What is Atomium for?

What is Atomium? Atomium is a brand name of tribotechnical compounds developed to restore work properties of car engines, transmissions, reducers and other mechanisms containing moving parts. These compounds reduce fuel consumption, restore power and increase thrust and acceleration, smoother the ride, lower noise and prolong lifespan of treated parts by 100+%. Compounds are added …

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