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Old 03-02-2010, 09:30 AM   #21
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Re: It's Back Energy Release (Metal Cond.) Buy Now

I wonder if I could coat my bolt carrier group on my M4 with this and fire a couple hundred rounds through it.

Sounds like the same Idea that Militech pitches with their weapons lube.
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Old 03-02-2010, 11:24 AM   #22
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Re: It's Back Energy Release (Metal Cond.) Buy Now

sweet! I always wondered why nobody had ER anymore.
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Old 03-02-2010, 12:39 PM   #23
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Re: It's Back Energy Release (Metal Cond.) Buy Now

ER is cool stuff. It is not an oil additive, it simply uses the oil as a medium to transfer it to wear parts, so it does nothing to the oil itself.


Toni, you need to get the drill press and torque wrench demonstration going, it is a huge seller! If you haven't seen what I am talking about, then give me a call and I will tell you about it.
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Old 03-02-2010, 12:52 PM   #24
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ER is cool stuff. It is not an oil additive, it simply uses the oil as a medium to transfer it to wear parts, so it does nothing to the oil itself.


Toni, you need to get the drill press and torque wrench demonstration going, it is a huge seller! If you haven't seen what I am talking about, then give me a call and I will tell you about it.
Ya they sent us one but all the parts wernt there should have it for the roadster show. Thanks
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Old 03-02-2010, 12:59 PM   #25
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I wonder if I could coat my bolt carrier group on my M4 with this and fire a couple hundred rounds through it.

Sounds like the same Idea that Militech pitches with their weapons lube.
Yes you can, you can also coat it bake at 200deg for 1/2 hr and makes it fire smooth, the nampa police dep. s shooting team swears by it.
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Old 03-02-2010, 01:02 PM   #26
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so, what about transmissions?
works great in transmissions.
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"On blown alcohol engines using screw type blowers, rod bearings have been known to be a weak link; sometimes requiring a replacement every run. Since using Energy Release, we have virtually eliminated the problem. We were also experiencing burning of the clutch discs in our planetary transmission. Using Energy Release, we have been able to run clutch pack sets through their entire thickness specification range without premature failure."
--- Steve Sommer (Sommer Motorsports)
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Old 03-02-2010, 04:16 PM   #27
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Re: It's Back Energy Release (Metal Cond.) Buy Now

thats cool..
If its the Steve Sommer I'm thinking of, I know him.
So, what does one bottle treat?
I'm interested in giving it a shot.
I want to put it in my truck and 2 4wheelers. How much do I need? also in my diffs and an auto trans.
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Old 03-02-2010, 05:23 PM   #28
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you use 2oz per quart of oil your first oil change then its 1oz per qt after that. You might want to get the gallon .Heres the prices on all sizes also I give a 10% disc. to planet 4x4 members. I think you will be amazed.
5oz $9.99
8oz $12.99
16oz $24.99
1 gal $169.00
Im out of the 5 Gallon but can get it on my next order its $722.00
Let me know Thank You
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Here are some more questions & answers
Q:What makes ER different than other additives?A:ER is the only "pure concentrate" available. ER can be used in all lubricated systems of your vehicle and is non-toxic, nonflammable and environmentally safe. ER does not contain fortifiers commonly found in other additives such as Teflon*, zinc, moly, lead or graphite.
Q:Can ER be used with wet clutches?A:Yes, ER does not coat or plate surfaces and does not negatively affect fiber clutch discs, therefore it can be used in wet clutch applications commonly found in motorcycles, ATV's and even automatic transmissions.
Q:If I use a good oil, will I see the benefits of using ER?A:Yes, ER is designed to modify the rough surfaces of ferrous (iron) metals, thus making them smoother. ER is not a lubricant like oil, but is designed to be carried by oil to points of heat and friction.
Q:Other additives are claiming to be "metal conditioners" too, so how can I tell for sure?A:Either the Pin & Block Test of the ASTM-2782 Timken Bearing Test will give conclusive evidence of ER's ability to truly condition metal, especially when you wipe the metal surface dry and run bare steel to steel with no lubrication. Nothing beats Energy Release!
Q:Are there other applications for ER?A:Yes, keep in mind that ER is not a lubricant, but works with lubricants such as oils, greases, hydraulic fluids, ATF's, gear lubes, machining and cutting fluids and even Freon*.

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Old 03-05-2010, 11:14 AM   #29
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PM ME with your orders and I will bring them to the 4x4 association meeting next sat, I also have Dealer Packs ready if any one wants to become a distributer I have 2 differnt buy ins available. Thanks for all the support you guys have been giving me I think this product is so awesome and really appreciate all the response I have gottin.
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Toni,

I will get with you when I get back from Florida

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Old 03-05-2010, 03:56 PM   #31
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Sounds good be good in Florida non of us will be there to defend you... HAHAHA
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Old 03-07-2010, 08:55 AM   #32
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Re: It's Back Energy Release (Metal Cond.) Buy Now

COME CHECK OUT OUR ''ER'' BOOTH AT THE
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Thurs Mar 11 thru Sun Mar 14
Expo Idaho, 5610 Glenwood St., Garden City.
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Old 03-11-2010, 09:07 AM   #33
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Re: It's Back Energy Release (Metal Cond.) Buy Now

A buddy of mine lost all the oil in his tranny and made it back to the shop with it making a ton of noise. sounded horrible. put a quart of ER in the tranny turned the motor on and the noise went away almost instantly. and the thing was still on the road last time i checked. ER rocks.. The Barring shop here in ontario has always had it on supply.
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Old 03-11-2010, 12:55 PM   #34
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Ya Its awesome stuff Im so excited to be selling it again. The MUDD OFF is so cool I had a guy that does landscaping he uses it on the bottom of his lawn mowers and he says they wash right up and grass doesnt stick. cant wait to try it out at the mud races, Dont forget were at the roadster show this week, Come down say hi and sign up for our drawing for free ER Products
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Old 03-11-2010, 01:18 PM   #35
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Same with diesels? I assume no difference?
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A buddy of mine lost all the oil in his tranny and made it back to the shop with it making a ton of noise. sounded horrible. put a quart of ER in the tranny turned the motor on and the noise went away almost instantly. and the thing was still on the road last time i checked. ER rocks.. The Barring shop here in ontario has always had it on supply.

Kinda the same thing to my 6.5 HP lawn mower. It started to squeal. I poured about 3 to 4 ounces in the oil. It went away. It has been working perfectly for 3 years now. It still starts on the first pull, second pull after it has sat over the winter.
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Same with diesels? I assume no difference?
great with Diesels,
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Old 03-15-2010, 05:34 PM   #38
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Website is up and running I am offering "FREE" Freight on orders over $50.00 if you order online.
www.wbdistributing.com
Thanks for all the positive feed back.
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