Promotes Longer Ring Life
Total Seal's Quickseat Dry Assembly Lube is a powder that has been developed for quicker, more effective ring seating. Simply spread Quickseat on the cylinders and assemble the engine as you usually would and you will experience improved ring seating. In extensive dyno testing, use of Quickseat in conjunction with Total Seal Gapless piston rings allowed for leakage rates to be 0-1% after about 5 minutes of break-in time on the engine. Sold individually in a 2 gram container.
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Just wondering what Quickseat is made of ??. what type of Dry Film Powder. Thanks
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