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Default 06-16-2018, 04:30 PM

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I'd definitely do it after the turbo swap since then the RVS will get to the new turbos as well. I'd wager you'll increase life if the turbos anywhere from 30-60% to boot.
Well I get that but I'm a little confused. Is the first treatment just to loosen and clean up all the junk, or does it help coat too. In either case I would certainly do at least one treatment after the turbo swap.


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Default 06-16-2018, 04:41 PM

No the first treatment will help coat too. I was just under the impression you're doing the swap in the very near future.
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No the first treatment will help coat too. I was just under the impression you're doing the swap in the very near future.
ST kit install within next two months. Also need new oil pan gasket. So trying to figure out the order of all the work.

Does this help clean the gunk out of the oil pan? Have you guys looked at a high milage pan after treatments?


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Default 06-16-2018, 04:49 PM

It's really not going to do anything to the oil pan since it only works on surfaces with friction and high heat.
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It's really not going to do anything to the oil pan since it only works on surfaces with friction and high heat.
Would it work in the 6MT trans?


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Default 06-17-2018, 02:04 AM

Do i need to order the g6 or g8? Also my car has no oil and no turbos atm, so i need the 1st threatment with fresh new oil, than drive 400km, oil out and new oil back? Also do i need to order 1 or 2 threatments?
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Default 06-18-2018, 10:11 AM

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Would it work in the 6MT trans?
Sorry but at the moment we do not sell the manual transmission treatment in the US. You can however use the P2 power steering treatment in the differential also.
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Do i need to order the g6 or g8? Also my car has no oil and no turbos atm, so i need the 1st threatment with fresh new oil, than drive 400km, oil out and new oil back? Also do i need to order 1 or 2 threatments?
It goes by oil quantity so a G6 treats up to 6 quarts, G8 up to 9. It all depends how dirty/how many miles your engine has. If it hasn't been rebuilt and has over 30-40k miles, it will already have a quite a bit of contaminants accumulated in the engine. That is why we recommend two treatments since some of the power of the first treatment will go to cleaning the friction surfaces before it starts adhering to the actual (clean) metal surface. Make sense?
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Alright, based on my miles i need 2 threatments, but... no shipping to the netherlands.. tried the usa site and .fi
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Been driving the Honda today, runs like a champ. It's super hot outside but it doesn't seem to care (yet) :D Got about 30 miles on it now (maybe a bit over an hour of driving), mostly in traffic and in 90+degree heat to boot. Here is a quick video while taking it on the hwy for the first time.

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Alright, based on my miles i need 2 threatments, but... no shipping to the netherlands.. tried the usa site and .fi
Ah you're in the Netherlands. Send a email to the Finnish site and they should be able to ship to you. Let me know if you run into snags.
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Ok thanks! So if i mix the g6 and g8 i got enough right? Going to order that than
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Ok thanks! So if i mix the g6 and g8 i got enough right? Going to order that than
Well you wouldn't mix them. Just follow the directions step by step and you cannot go wrong
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Just emailed the .fi with the questions.. thanks for info
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Just ordered you guys product this morning ��RVS FTW
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Just ordered you guys product this morning ��RVS FTW
Thank you! Received and shipping out today!
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Default 07-09-2018, 11:13 AM

Hi guys and thanks for being supportive and great customers! Starting today, we will be aligning our coupon code discounts with our parent company in Finland. "N54TECH" will still give you a 10% discount and free shipping. However, as other vendors do, we will have future discount deals for you too from time to time.

As a side note, the little Honda running without oil broke 100 miles this weekend while driving to Cars and Coffee Palm Beach (and sitting in traffic for 45mins to boot). Not shabby!
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Update on the Honda running without oil. Now has about 120 miles with NO OIL!

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Default 12-31-2018, 10:55 AM

Hi Guys! Wanted to share some news about RVS Technology. We have finally been able to get manual transmission treatments to the US. The retail box unfortunately still says "Automatic transmission" but the product is now compatible with all transmissions. If you have any grinding, or your manual transmission gears seem worn, or you just want to protect and prolong the life of the transmission, our product can definitely help.
You can check it out at RVS TECHNOLOGYĀ® Transmissions | RVS Technology

Again, 10% discount and free shipping coupon code is valid when you type "N54TECH". Happy New Year!
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Default 03-29-2019, 10:19 AM

A little update for you guys. The BMW community has been great and I thank you for the support. As stated, the transmission product is now fully compatible with manual transmissions too.

The Honda keeps on rolling and now has over 700 miles with NO ENGINE OIL!
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Default 07-15-2019, 12:41 PM

Hi guys! Wanted to share a little picture testimonial that we just received from Finland. Came from one of the race teams we sponsor that started using RVS this season in drag racing. Now why I bring this up because we've seen many N54 guys on the forums complaining about rod bearings being worn, spun, scored etc. To battle and prevent this problem, RVS provides great protection and restoration to these friction parts as well.

The bearings here are from a sub 1000hp Pro Street class drag car. Both sets of bearings have about 50 starts on them. Same engine, one set before they started using RVS and one after starting to use RVS.


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