Oil Flush and Additive Package
Simply replacing your oil doesn't remove the buildup of sludge over time.
Importance of Flushing Your Oil
- Low speed pre-ignition
- Noticeable loss of engine performance
- Drop in fuel economy
- Oil loss
- Check engine light
- Removes deposits from piston rings
- Prevents premature buildup on fuel injectors, piston tops and in combustion chambers
- Prevents cross contamination of oil and fuel
- Cleans micro passageways in gasoline direct injection engines
- Fortifies engine oil to resist breakdown due to extreme heat
- Improves engine compression
- Restored fuel economy
- Reliable engine performance
- Restored power
Sludge build-up inside your engine creates real problems for your engine by plugging up micro oil passages in your engine and prevent hydraulic lifters and camshaft actuators from getting proper lubrication. In other cases we've seen sludge plug up crankcase ventilation passages, causing pressure to build up in the crankcase and in turn oil leaks that wouldn't have otherwise occurred.
In addition, deposits left over from combustion over time will build up in an engines piston ring grooves and prevent them from sealing properly. This causes you to lose power and fuel economy. Also, when piston rings don’t seal properly, hot combustion gasses get by and end up in the crankcase where they oxidize your oil and cause more sludge.
By performing an oil flush every 30,000 miles and changing the engine oil when it's due, you can prevent all this, as well as insure your engine has a long and healthy life.
The good news is that BG EPR® (Engine Performance Restoration) is a powerhouse of an engine cleaner. By running this cleaner in your oil before the oil change, it softens, emulsifies and dissolves even the most stubborn fuel gums that clog rings and other vital engine components. It also breaks up sludge, giving your new engine oil a fresh place to start and your engine a new lease on life.
In addition to new oil we add BG’s famous MOA oil additive. MOA® prevents oxidation and thickening of oil, which is where sludge starts. This keeps engines clean to help extend their life and reduce the cost of operation.
We are always available to educate our clients about advances and benefits that are being made in this area. Our goal is to provide you with the best possible solution for your situation and vehicle!