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Old 12-13-2013, 02:45 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Not even the same thing.

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Originally Posted by Fat Charlie View Post
Microdermabrasion for my engine is a great idea, but the diamond stuff is pricey. KaleCoAuto has something similar for a lot less.
DiamondLube has a lot to prove, but he is right on one thing, the level of understanding sometimes displayed on this forum is appalling.

On a side note, nano diamonds are not the only material to display lubricant qualities at the nano scale. I have used Nano titanium powders imbedded on 1020 steel gear sets in prototype testing (as a test of fit and function ) and have found they exhibit negligible wear after 100 hour test runs. The gear sets were not hardened so this is very surprising. I cannot say they reduced friction as that was not measured and a heavy silicon oil was used as the carrier lubricant.