Flashlube Valve Saver Fluid 5 liter Valve Lubricant Refill


Use the Flashlube Valve Saver Fluid to refill your Flashlube valve lubrication system with valve lubrication oil.

Flashlube is the original brand that started making a Valve Saver (valve lubrication) fluid for cars that run on LPG or CNG 

Brand: Flashlube
Contents: 5 Liter

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Flashlube Valve Saver Fluid 5 liter Valve lubricant refill 

Use the Flashlube Valve Saver Fluid to refill your Flashlube system with the lubricant.
Flashlube Valve Saver Fluid extends the life of the valves and valve seats, minimizing the wear to the valves. The powerful cleaning additives ensure that the deposition on the valves is regulated, this reduces the risk of pre-ignition, by hot deposition in the combustion chamber. The lubricant ensures that the engine has a longer lifespan and continues to perform optimally.


Background information regarding valve lubrication:
Cars that run on LPG or CNG (natural gas) can suffer from extra valve and seat wear compared to the normal wear and tear like on petrol. The main reason for this is that LPG and CNG do not contain the additives that petrol does, namely lead-replaced lubricants. Lead used to be added to gasoline to protect valves and seats from wear, but lead was found to cause serious health problems and has since been replaced by lead substitutes that have taken over lead's lubricating role. A valve lubricant (Valve Saver Fluid) contains these types of additives just like gasoline. However, it is difficult to add the valve lubricant directly to the fuel (LPG / CNG). That is why these additives are added to a type of oil that functions as a "carrier" and the valve lubricant is closed to the intake manifold by means of a separate system (a valve lubrication system) to allow it to flow into the engine with the air.

There are again different types of valve lubrication systems and manifolds that can be selected depending on the application and the valve wear sensitivity of the engine. Read more about this in the "Valve lubrication systems" category.

If your car has a standard mechanical (vacuum) flashlube valve lubrication system. Then you can adjust it yourself by further opening or closing the tap above the sight glass. The standard setting is about 10 drops per minute with the engine running at idle. As the engine is larger or more sensitive to valve wear, we recommend that you increase the adjustment. Do not forget to secure the tap properly again after adjustment, so that it does not go easily again.

TIP! Use a proper funnel to refill your flashlube reservoir in your car. Do not fill it beyond the maximum, otherwise the fluid may slosh out while driving

TIP! We recommend using a valve lubricant manifold in conjunction with your valve lubrication system. With a manifold you can distribute the valve lubricating oil well and evenly over all cylinders of the engine and you are sure that all valves and seats are provided with lead substitute. Practice shows that cars with a single connection to the intake manifold do not have a good distribution, with the result that certain less equipped cylinders still wear extra.

TIP! Preferably do not store the large jugs (2.5L /5L /10L) in your car. The cap can leak and the liquid is very difficult to wash out of the upholstery and has a very unpleasant smell. Preferably use a clean and dry (beverage) bottle of, for example, 0.5 L and which closes well into which you pour the Flashlube liquid.


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