Hot Shot’s Secret FR3 is a lubricity enhancing oil additive that increases the lubricating & wear reduction properties of the host oil. The product contains patented synthetic lubricants that have unique lubricating properties even compared to PAO or mPAO synthetics of the same viscosity. The anti-wear component of the formula is a patented carbon nano particle that fills in microscopic irregularities on the machined surface to provide a smoother surface for the lubricating film to form. The synergy of these components extends the base oil performance in shear stability, oxidation stability, film strength & especially friction reduction.
Heat and friction silently steal power from your engine. The scientists from LSI Institute have uncovered a powerful lubricity agent…Hot Shot’s Secret FR3. One treatment of FR3 to your oil and your diesel will run cooler and have increased towing power. Negatively charged synthetic ester tenaciously attaches to all internal parts completely lubricating your engine.
- 5 quart (car): 8 ounces FR3
- 15 quarts (truck): 23 ounces FR3
- 45 quarts (semi): 64 ounces FR3
- Engine oil
- Power steering
- Hydraulic system
Use one treatment of FR3 every oil change.
Use in All Engines:
Semi-trucks, pick-up trucks, farm equipment & autos. Effective in all engines including: Ford Powerstroke, Dodge Cummins, GM Duramax, Saab, Volkswagen, Audi. You can use FR3 to treat any oil-lubricated system except air conditioning and aircraft. Even though FR3 is an industrial product, you’ll find that small two cycle engines love it; just add FR3 to your oil before mixing it with the fuel. Your automobile, light truck or other personal vehicles will benefit from FR3 in the engine, power steering unit, and differential.
This test shows that in a period of 100 hours at 300°F, a popular retail oil-additive begins to oxidize, causing sludge and stiction.
The Hot Shot’s Secret FR3 was subject to the same test conditions; remaining crystal clear, with no signs of oxidation on the steel bearings in the test tubes.
Oil in a turbo charger can reach temperatures of 400°F, which, over time breaks down engine oil causing stiction.