Re: compression performance restoration
I would not run anything meant to "flush" the oiling system. If you're worried about deposits or sludge, the best way to clean them out is a few 500-1000 mile oil and filter changes with good oil and maybe a little bit of Marvel Mystery Oil.
Seafoam or Lucas are good cleaners but they go through the fuel system.
A product called Engine Restore has been proven to work to improve compression on scored cylinders. It's essentially copper, silver, and lead particles.
Keep in mind that any oil additive (with the exception of ZDDP) that actually works is just a band aid for something that needs to be fixed.
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Last edited by Steiner; Apr 3rd, 11 at 09:25 PM.