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Old 9th December 2012, 22:23   #76
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Default Re: OHC trouble after engine flush. EDIT : Now Solved!

Reviving this thread after a few months. The official website of Xado India
http://xado.co.in/. The contact numbers work.

Can anyone confirm if anyone has used the revitalizant on Honda Civic?

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1. Refer to my response on page 2, (if it might help).
2. Check out the exact instructions on the Xado website.
3. Check out YouTube.com for videos on how it's done.
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Old 9th December 2012, 22:50   #77
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Default Re: OHC trouble after engine flush. EDIT : Now Solved!

If that helps, six months ago, I tried XADO Gel Revitalizant for cylinders (Blister) on a 92+k done Lancer in my family and the results were impressive. After two rounds of application, the engine is as responsive as it was at around 20-22k and the noise levels are down to some extent.

This is the product i used:

http://www.amazon.com/XADO-Chemical-...&keywords=xado


EDIT: Why do you want to try on Civic? It is highly unlikely that a 2008 Civic would have lost enough power to try such treatments.


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Reviving this thread after a few months. The official website of Xado India
http://xado.co.in/. The contact numbers work.

Can anyone confirm if anyone has used the revitalizant on Honda Civic?

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Old 9th December 2012, 23:24   #78
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Default Re: OHC trouble after engine flush. EDIT : Now Solved!

Thanks Infotech58, I dont want to use a treatment to increase power of engine or cylinders. I am planning to use the revitalizant that is mixed with the engine oil. The product description says that it reduces the noise of the engine. I just want to have a dead silent engine of my civic. Currently, it has a very mild noise which I want to cure with this treatment.

[quote=infotech58;EDIT: Why do you want to try on Civic? It is highly unlikely that a 2008 Civic would have lost enough power to try such treatments.[/quote]
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Old 10th December 2012, 16:52   #79
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Default Re: OHC trouble after engine flush. EDIT : Now Solved!

You may give the Atomic range a try. I have one with me which I will be using once my partial built engine completes 5000 kms.

These products are quite effective I'd say! You can even send out a query to their technical team (E-mail address on the website) and explain your problem/requirement and the team responds in 48 hours.
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