IF WE WANT LONGEVITY AND MAINTAINED PERFORMANCE FROM YOUR ROTARY ENGINES ONE CLEAR OPTION IS TO USE A FUEL LUBRICANT.
Protek-R: - Cut Friction, Gain Power!
This is why; the oil metering system is responsible for lubricating the delicate apex seals, compression seals and housing surfaces that are common to every rotary engine. Oil is fed from the engine oiling system (oil-pan) to a variable ratio-metering pump and then it’s injected into the engine where it partially blends with the onrushing air-fuel charge. You are effectively using contaminated/used Oil to lubricate the most critical parts of the engine. This combined with other factors causes increased friction and wear, resulting in decreased performance and longevity.
We know excessive wear on apex and compression seals as well as critical housing surfaces is caused from inadequate lubrication. Without proper lubrication, friction and heat plus today’s fuels are likely to reduce the engines life.
By reducing friction and wear Protek-R can significantly extend your rotary engines life. Protek-R blends completely with you’re fuel lubricating all critical surfaces, hence reducing friction and wear, improving longevity and maintaining power.
TIP: In high wear situations e.g. track days use 2 "shots" of 120ml of Protek in your tank, along with premium fuel. For racing purposes Protek-R fuel lube is mixed with fuel at the ratio 100:1 or approx. 60ml/gal of fuel. For everyday use, one measure of 120ml should be poured into the tank prior to filling with petrol.
- Extended engine life
- Reduced internal friction and wear (Less drag means more power)
- Added protection against rust and corrosion
- Blends completely with fuel will not separate
- Easier starting
- Carbon free & 100% Synthetic
EVIDENCE OF PROTEK-R'S EFFECTIVENESS
The Rotor Housings pictured below are out of 13b rotary engines Left housing has approx. 80k miles with regular use of Protek-R fuel lubricant and would be reusable if not cut for this comparison.
The right rotor housing has only 60k miles. Several areas of wear prevent this housing from being reused.
- The area just above the trailing Spark Plug is scored and has uneven wear.
- Chatter marks on the minor axis approaching the leading Spark Plug.
- Compression leakage from just before the leading Spark Plug extending down several inches as indicated by discoloration in that area.
- Chipped chrome from the apex corner piece near the exhaust port (not shown in picture)
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