Ceramizer applied to the car wartburg 1.3 year 90 VW engine mileage 143342 km, the engine has been running on LPG for 11 years… the result of the pressure measurement immediately before application of the preparation:
1 – 9,1
2 – 8,8
3 – 7,4
4 – 9,5
After the initial “arrival” of the preparation, after driving 268 km, odometer value 143610 km, pressure measurements:
1 – 9,3
2 – 10,3
3 – 9,8
4 – 10
The preparation was also flooded into the gearbox. Already after driving a short distance, you could notice the silence of the gearbox and easy entry into second gear, with a reduction “down”, which was previously a small problem.
After driving 2057 km from the application:
1 – 10,2
2 – 10,9
3 – 10,5
4 – 10,7
Pressure measurements were made with a “pointer” instrument that did not print the results, but was accurate…
As for fuel economy, well… I do not pay attention to combustion so I did not observe differences …
Certainly, the engine works much quieter, more stable, you can see a clear increase in power and dynamics of the vehicle.
The experiment was carried out during the winter, it is difficult for me to give dates at the moment.
I am a user of a vehicle that is already little found on our roads and what to hide here, with the technologies currently used in the automotive industry, has nothing to do. However, it has 4 wheels, a body and a 🙂 engine We are talking about Warburg 1.3 with an engine licensed by VW. Despite the age and number of kilometers traveled (I personally drove about 290,000 km, and the previous owner = ?), it is well maintained visually and technically.
I allowed myself this short introduction, because I would like to point out that people who are not the best off, also move with something and take care of their vehicles as much as possible. That is why ceramizer is an excellent shot, just for people like me, when I can not afford to buy an expensive car, and the main repairs for economic reasons also miss the point. Now some data and observations about the effects after applying ceramizer:
Data, description and condition of the engine before the ceramizer is used:
1. Brand: Wartburg 1,3
2. Yearbook: 1990
3. Engine: IFA licensed by VW, capacity 1.3
4. Power supply: LPG
5. Mileage: over 350,000 km
6 State of technology: despite the age, the engine operation was correct, during 6 years of use it was trouble-free, no repairs or overhauls were carried out. In the last period of use (the last period, understood as the one before the use of ceramizer) I noticed uneven idling (causes lying on the side of carburetor adjustment or the condition of the electrical installation I exclude)
7. Very important parameter: fuel consumption: 9.8 – 10.2 l / 100 km LPG – urban cycle, 6.8-7.5 l / 100 km LPG – route At this point I will add that I scrupulously note fuel expenses, and I always refuel “to full”. The result is calculated as an average over a period of approx. 1 year (urban cycle), while combustion on the route (frequent delegations) is the average of several dozen routes made in the range of 400 to 1000 km. I believe that the combustion data are very reliable.
8. Oil consumption (from shift to change 10,000 km – Castrol GTX 3): approx. 0.3 l
I applied ceramizer to the engine, following the instructions provided by the manufacturer.
Effects after about 6000 km after using ceramizer:
1. Combustion checked only in urban boiler (minor one-time routes up to 50 km) 7.8 – 8.5 l LPG !!! (I wondered what happened to my car, each time refueling to full – I completely forgot that I used ceramizer !!!)
2. Evener engine operation at idle speed (I remind you the mileage: over 350 thousand)
3. Quieter engine operation
4. Better acceleration
5. I didn’t notice the oil wear
6. Oil color in the oil sump – slightly darker as immediately after replacement (previously much darker after such a course)