ENERGY RELEASE - Since 1985
NEW IMPROVED FORMULA!
The Energy Release Chemists have been busy...they enhanced the antifriction properties of Energy Release by 40%. The New Formula offers improved anti-wear & extreme pressure performance. The improved formula is compatible with all engine oil grades, including low viscosity 0w20 Oils. The improved formula has superior thermal stability and resists thickening at low temperatures and prevents breakdown and shearing, which degrades lubricity. The New Energy Release Formula has advanced anti-corrosive and anti-oxidation properties to prevent the buildup of sludge. Energy Release's Advanced Formula is slightly more transparent in appearance and less viscous.
Note: Energy Release Antifriction Engine Treatment IS NOT an oil treatment. ER is carried by oil to points of friction, heat generation and wear. Energy Release is activated by heat and friction and treats those areas directly.
Energy Release Products Protect and Extend the Life of Your Toys
Exciting and effective results are found when Energy Release is used in two & four-cycle small engine applications. ER reduces friction, lowers operating temperatures, increases RPM, torque and horsepower and extends component life. Your powersports vehicle will start better, perform more efficiently and obtain better fuel economy. These benefits are noticeable and are documented by many world-class racers that have used Energy Release for over 30 years. Energy Release can be used in many applications: engine, transmission, gearboxe, chain, chain case, shafts, bearings, wet clutches and more.
Energy Release Powersports Applications
Energy Release Has A Significant Effect On Small Engines
The Briggs & Stratton Animal is a single cylinder, four-stroke overhead valve engine used in many go-karting series, such as the International Kart Federation, World Karting Association and others. It is based on Briggs & Stratton’s 6.5 horsepower generator engines. Small engines—like the one in your snowmobile, watercraft, ATV, go-kart or motorcycle—will benefit from using ER. When you add Energy Release to the motor oil of these engines, you will experience the following:
RPM’s will increase
Oil temperature will drop
Engine will leak-down well
Small gain in horsepower due to less friction
Double the life of the engine components
ER protects every lubricated component of the four-stroke overhead valve engine: crankshaft, camshaft and gears, bearings, connecting rods, cylinder walls, wrist pins, etc.
Energy Release Has Been Tested And Proven For Ove 30 Years
Modern oils and manufacturing systems have gone a long way to increasing the effective working life of engines in motorcycles, snowmobiles, ATV’s, watercraft, scooters, utility vehicles and more. However, many powersports owners will face the possibility that their engine needs to be rebored and have new pistons and rings fitted at some point. The wear rate on the internal moving parts of an engine is highest at the piston ring to cylinder bore interface, due to the distance these components travel.
Energy Release is activated by heat and pressure to protect against wear created by the moving parts in your engine and equipment. The metal surfaces treated with ER are resistant to abrasion, oxidation, rust and corrosion for year-around protection. Energy Release has a definite residual effect on treated surfaces, even if the surface is dry after treatment.
Protect Your Investment!
Friction, wear, corrosion and environmental conditions such as dirt, dust and water are
among the leading causes for equipment failure.
Energy Release Can Be Used in Every Lubricated System of Your Vehicles
Energy Release Gear & Chain Clear Grease
Energy Release MuddOFF
Energy Release Citrus Engine Degreaser Plus
Energy Release Powersports Applications
Two-Cycle Oil Injection Systems: Do not add ER directly to the oil tank. Mix thoroughly (vigorously) 1 oz. of ER per quart of two-cycle motor oil at room temperature, then add to oil tank; ER will stay suspended in the oil. (1/2 oz. of ER per quart on subsequent applications).
Pre Mix in Two-Cycle Engines: Add ER to the two-cycle oil first at room temperature. Mix thoroughly (vigorously), then mix in the gas. ER will stay suspended in the oil/gas. Refer to the two-cycle chart for mixing ratios.
Four-Cycle Engines: Add 2 oz. of ER per quart of motor oil (16:1) for the first oil change. Use 1 oz. per quart of motor oil (32:1) on subsequent changes.
Chains: We recommend using Energy Release Gear & Chain Clear Grease. It is a clear grease in an aerosol that sprays on thin to penetrate the pins and links and tacks up in seconds for superior adherence.
Chain Cases: Add 2 oz. of ER to the existing chain case fluid. Make sure no to overfill. The metal filing that normally collect on the dipstick magnet in the chain case will decrease dramatically. For example, with an 12 ounce chain case capacity, use 10 ounces of recommended fluid and 2 ounces of ER.
Gearboxes: Add 2 oz. Of ER per quart of oil up to 80wt. (16:1). Add 4 oz. of ER per quart of oil over 80wt. (8:1).
Bearings: We recommend using Energy Release G-100 Lithium Grease. You may also inject two or three drops of ER through the seal, using a syringe or a sharp needle point greaser to assure a clean hole, then seal with silicone. Bearings will run cooler, smoother and last longer with ER.
Suspension Shafts & Steering: Use Energy Release G-100 Lithium Grease.
Wet Clutches: One of the most frequently asked questions is: “Can ER be used with wet clutches like the clutch in a motorcycle?” Yes it Can. ER teats only ferrous metals, therefore, it does not negatively affect the fiber in wet clutches. In fact, many users report better clutch performance with ER.
Questions & Answers
Q. Can I use ER in my brand new engine?
A. Yes. However, we recommend that you break-in your new engine as suggested by the manufacturer, then add ER to your oil.
Q. Can I use ER in my old engine?
A. Yes. ER is known for its ability to give new life to many old engines.
Q. How long will it take for me to see results with ER?
A. Many users report results within the first one or two tanks of gas. However, remember that ER is a heat-activated chemical which needs time to work and that each vehicle is different. Give ER time to work.
Q. How does using ER affect my warranty?
A. Manufacturers don’t usually specify the brand of oil you must use or state that you cannot use an additive. They do, however, have specific requirements for regular service intervals and keeping within certain viscosity and oil type guidelines. Mixing ER with oil at the recommended rations does not change the viscosity ratings of the oil. Therefore, it does not create a problem with most warranty plans, as long as the owner has maintained the vehicle per the manufacturer’s warranty program.
Q. Is ER an Oil Treatment?
A. No. Energy Release Antifriction Engine Treatment IS NOT an oil treatment. The oil is a carrier for ER in the engine to points of friction, heat generation and wear. ER is activated by heat & friction and treats those areas directly.
Crankcase: (16:1) 2 oz. per quart of oil initially. Subsequent applications—1 oz. per quart.
Fuel (2-cycle): (64:1) 1/2 oz. per quart of 2-cycle oil (mix thoroughly) before mixing with gasoline.
(32:1) 1 oz. per quart
Up to 80wt. Oil: (16:1) 2 oz. per quart . Over 80wt. Oil: (8:1) 4 oz. per quart.
Automatic: (64:1) 1/2 oz. per quart. Manual: (16:1) 2 oz. per quart.
Note: DO NOT use ER in posi-track or limited slip differentials.