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Reviews on Ceramizer® car owners Isuzu

Isuzu Tropper 2.6 (1988) / Isuzu Rodeo 3.2 (1993)

I first used Ceramizer in 2004 for the 1988 Isuzu Trooper, 2.6 MPI 4×4 (engine+fuel+transmission). Before using the preparation, despite the replacement of candles, cables, distributor finger, dome, etc. at slow speed, the engine sometimes did not burn on any cylinder. Already after 200 km (the first stage of processing) – the underburning on one of the cylinders disappeared. The engine heats up more slowly (previously the operating temperature reached after 4 km, now after 6) – as if the friction inside the engine had decreased. After a week of driving, you could see further effects – the engine with a mileage of 220,000 km became more alive, began to enter the revs better, and LPG combustion decreased by about 1 liter / 100km (I checked, because I often drive the same route as a technical advisor). In addition, the gears began to enter with less resistance and very precisely (practically like in a new car). I sold the car in May 2005 and until then (and the mileage of 250,000 km) the effects of the preparation remained.

In May 2005 I bought an Isuzu Rodeo 3.2 V6 24V from 1993. and it was another car in which I used ceramizers. This time the engine + fuel + box + rear bridge. As in the previous car, the engine began to work more evenly, LPG consumption decreased and the dynamics of entering the revs improved. However, I was most pleased that after a few days the rear bridge stopped roaring (and I was already prepared for its dismantling and replacing the bearings) – I recommend to anyone who has such a problem, before starting an expensive repair, try to apply the preparation for bridges – for me it worked sensationally 🙂 I drove this car another 30 thousand. km and until its sale, i.e. April 2006, the effects of the preparations persisted. Now I plan to buy another car and when I do I will definitely use Ceramizer for the engine, transmission, etc. because it simply pays off (even counting only fuel savings spent on preparations, money pays for itself after a few thousand km, and then we earn less on them by spending less on fuel, and the rest of the positive effects we have for free). I definitely recommend these preparations,
Eng. Grzegorz Kaliciak