Ah~~ do you miss the good old days when your beloved motorbike was fast like a rocket, like you were the fastest guy on the road and leaving everyone else behind you?
Well, that was the good old days and now your motorbike no longer has the performance and speed it used to have. As time goes by, your motorbike has already become slower and the throttle response is sluggish due to the contamination and carbon deposits build up in the fuel rail system and in the engine!
First, the throttle response of your motorbike has become sluggish and not at its best performance anymore. What’s even worse is getting a honk from the car behind you because you were accelerating too slow! This significantly decreases the enjoyment of your riding experience.
Then, you will notice the fuel consumption of your motorbike is increasing and abnormally high. The motorbike that was once very fuel saving has turned into an extremely petrol hungry one. It is a painful thing when you imagine how much extra money you have to spend on petrol because of this.
These are the two obvious symptoms that are telling you that your motorbike is falling seriously sick. There could be other symptoms such as rough idling, your motorbike is choking or as if the engine is about to shut off when you are riding it. But do you know what caused these to happen?
Well, this is because your motorbike’s fuel delivery system is dirty and the engine is clogged by deposits and contamination! As your motorbike engine is running, the combustion in the engine causes carbon deposits to form on the valves, injectors, and even in the combustion chamber.
These contamination will greatly hinder your motorbike engine’s overall performance and could even lead to engine malfunction, which you will be forced to send it for expensive repairs. In the worst case scenario, the contamination could be so bad that your motorbike engine can no longer be fixed anymore and you will have to replace the entire engine. You will be in for a shock when you look at the repair bills!
Let’s prevent this from happening to your beloved motorbike today with LIQUI MOLY Motorbike Shooter Series additives!
As the saying goes, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”, and LIQUI MOLY Motorbike Shooter Series additives can be the supplement for your motorbike in order to keep it healthy and prevent it from falling seriously sick!
Here are the simple steps on how you should use the LIQUI MOLY Shooter Series Additives to clean, protect and maintain your beloved motorbike:
First, use LIQUI MOLY Motorbike Engine Flush Shooter during the oil change for your motorbike. It contains special cleaning agents that can help to clean and flush out the deposits from your motorbike engine. A clean engine will definitely perform better and will have a longer service life.
Then, you may add LIQUI MOLY Motorbike MoS2 Shooter right after changing to new oil. It contains MoS2 solid lubricants which reduces friction and wear, which in turn also enhances fuel economy. It increases the smoothness of the engine when running and reduces the chances of engine malfunctions. The effect of this additive will last from the time it is added into the engine oil until the next oil change service.
As for the fuel rail system, add in LIQUI MOLY Motorbike 4T Additive Shooter to your motorbike’s fuel tank. Make sure to have at least half a tank of fuel when adding as one can of this additive is sufficient for 5 liters to 10 liters of fuel. It will remove the deposits from the fuel rail system effectively, while preventing them from reforming. A clean and uncontaminated fuel rail system will significantly reduce fuel consumption!
Then, during the next refuel you may add LIQUI MOLY Motorbike Speed Additive Shooter into your fuel tank. This product will keep the entire fuel rail system clean and protect it from corrosion. It also helps to enhance the petrol fuel combustion!
Let’s hit the road with the best motorbike riding experience by using LIQUI MOLY’s Motorbike Shooter Series additives!
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