CD-2 Engine Sealer to stop oil burning

ok, my D15 has 408k miles on it and it usually goes through 1 quart of oil every 500 miles (no smoke though) and i have used every kind of engine oil stop leak/smoke stopper/engine sealer i could find to see if they help. none did except this one!

i added the CD-2 Engine Oil Stop Leak/Heavy Duty Sealer to my oil 500+ miles ago and ive yet to burn any oil!!! my dipstick is still slightly above full! this NEVER happened with any of the other ones i tried. my engine runs great too. i give it 2 big :thumbsup: now i actually need to drain some of the oil because its a little overfull. it used to just "adjust itself".
 

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sweet deal :) may have to try some on the Escort GT. where did you get it and how much was it?

and on a side note Gabe: thats alot of miles on that Honda engine!! :eek: glad to know its still running strong. :thumbsup: to Honda engine reliabality
 
yea my honda engine is still running great! :D even my old mechanic thought it had been rebuilt. anyway...i got it from autozone but ive seen it at pep boys too. it was about $5.
 

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Originally posted by crxtunerfan@Dec 7 2003, 12:50 AM
yea my honda engine is still running great! :D even my old mechanic thought it had been rebuilt. anyway...i got it from autozone but ive seen it at pep boys too. it was about $5.

shit!! its never been rebuilt?? :worthy: to Honda

i'll be on the look out next time i go to Autozone for that stuff :)
 

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Originally posted by TrailorParkPimp+Dec 7 2003, 12:54 AM-->
crxtunerfan
@Dec 7 2003, 12:50 AM
yea my honda engine is still running great! :D even my old mechanic thought it had been rebuilt. anyway...i got it from autozone but ive seen it at pep boys too. it was about $5.

shit!! its never been rebuilt?? :worthy: to Honda

i'll be on the look out next time i go to Autozone for that stuff :)

i was just gonna say do that cause that GT uses oil still. and the head and rings were rebuilt/replaced respectively. <_<
 

Airjockie

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soooo...ahhh...

If the engine has that many miles...wouldn't you be kinda planning a swap soon.....

I mean this is HondaSwap.com.....not HondaLiveAsLongAsPossible.com


J/k...

But don't get dependant on additives for too long...I have seen many engines go to crap with half of the stuff on the market.....some even cause problems.
 
haha true it is hondaswap. but i already had 360k when i found this site :) and ive considered swapping it before but it just runs too damn good to get rid of it.

as far as additives, i think ive already tried them all. but if one ever does mess up my engine, i'll just get a swap :D
 
Originally posted by 94RedSiGal+Dec 7 2003, 02:44 AM-->
crxtunerfan
@Dec 7 2003, 12:27 AM
ok, my D15 has 408k miles on it...

That's so excellent! I guess that my Si will be staying stock for even longer... :D

yea, if its running good already, just use slick 50 about every 20-30k miles and it should last just as long as mine :D. some say its not uncommon for honda engines to last that long even without slick 50 but it doesnt hurt to use it.
 

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Originally posted by Airjockie@Dec 7 2003, 07:35 AM


But don't get dependant on additives for too long...I have seen many engines go to crap with half of the stuff on the market.....some even cause problems.

Yea, I've seen them gum up the internals in the head, just nasty.
 

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Originally posted by 92b16vx+Dec 7 2003, 05:38 AM-->
Airjockie
@Dec 7 2003, 07:35 AM


But don't get dependant on additives for too long...I have seen many engines go to crap with half of the stuff on the market.....some even cause problems.

Yea, I've seen them gum up the internals in the head, just nasty.

That is true. I put that in the d15b2 in my civic. It seemed to run good for a little while, then the engine went to shit.
 
Originally posted by pissedoffsol@Dec 7 2003, 07:19 PM
where's that class action lawsuit against slick 50... some one has to have a link...

no its ZMAX thats getting sued because they found out its colored mineral oil. airjockie said mineral oil is used to break in engines anyway. slick50 is the shit.
 

Airjockie

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Yup...it was ZMAX that was the fruad....

Mineral oil is only good for some engines, while it is good for break-ins on other engines.
 

djyox

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well hondas arn't the only ones that last long, I had a 91 blazer that was babyed all its life untill I got it, but even then she still ran great, and never burnt or dumped oil out, it went though 3 trannys a few starters, few alt, and some other minor shit, well I got it over 300k then gave it to my step brother, who some how started it on fire, only he knows how that shit happend and he said it just started up while parked...?????(B/S)
 

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Originally posted by djyox@Dec 7 2003, 10:37 PM
well hondas arn't the only ones that last long, I had a 91 blazer that was babyed all its life untill I got it, but even then she still ran great, and never burnt or dumped oil out, it went though 3 trannys a few starters, few alt, and some other minor shit, well I got it over 300k then gave it to my step brother, who some how started it on fire, only he knows how that shit happend and he said it just started up while parked...?????(B/S)

:blink:


THREE trannys are just minor shit to you? Can i have some of your paycheck?? :eek:
 

asmallsol

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Some of the engine additives (restore is one of them) main substance is actually teflon. It really does do just about everything that they promise, however, oil pressure is raised because the teflon clogs the small oil passages in the block
 

Dustin_m

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i just bought some shit called No-Smoke. it's labels is yellow and green, not sure if anyone has seen this, i plan on using it in the 350 in my pickup, but the heads are new and i dont wanna fuck em up. i was gonna buy the CD-2 but the person at the store said that they have used both and this one did work to stop the motor from smoking
anyone ever used it before?
 
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