Of course it will help in the lubrication of the valve guides and valves as well as a little help at the top of the cylinder.
Then they must put top-end lube in the gas we put in our cars. How else could those engines go for over 100,000 miles if they didn’t have it.
And that answer would be Yes. That's all! How much wasn't asked and I didn't answer in that matter.is there any benefit from running alcohol that has the top end lube in it?
Well Thank You Sir; Just One question what are you going to cut with that valve spring cutter?? actually 2 weeks ago was toying with the idea of selling my neway 46* cutter LoL, Dave
I’m not a chemist and so I have no idea what that would be.Does gasoline have the physical and chemical properties as methanol?
Al I didn't say he needed it. I only answered the question he posed.
And that answer would be Yes. That's all! How much wasn't asked and I didn't answer in that matter.
To Don's answer which I liked, We raced at a track that allowed top end lube. Won two classes the first night there. Wented back for finally setup for their big race coming up and got blown away. Couldn't breath or see to well on the line that night. So I asked the track owner what the tech was for fuel after the races. He said alky. I said how do you check it. He said we don't. I said OK! Went home and got out the Nitro Methane and went to work on the dyno. Went back to the big race and won three classes that night by a lot (pushing 38% Nitro methane - 7 hp gain on dyno - Oh and it was a one race motor, well two races - used two motors that night in three classes). The next year they had a fuel check! Enough said.
I’m not a chemist and so I have no idea what that would be.
I know that they both burn, but at wildly different air/fuel ratios.