JLM Lubricants

JLM Turbo Pre Lube

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  • Initial Turbo Start-Up
  • Synthetic oil additive
  • All types of oil
  • Running in phase
  • Anti-wear

Using JLM Turbo Pre Lube is crucial for extending the operating life of used or newly assembled turbos. JLM Turbo Pre Lube protects the turbo when the engine is started for the first time after its assembly and helps prevent the premature wear of vulnerable internal parts.

Product information

JLM Turbo Pre Lube is crucial for extending the operating life of new turbos 

Turbos are technologically advanced components with internal rotating parts. The tolerances of these high-precision parts are marginal and the revolution speeds can exceed more than 100 thousand revolutions per minute.

The central axis, movable vanes, and the turbine wheel are centred using a thin film of compressed engine oil. It can take up to 30 seconds before engine oil reaches vulnerable parts if a car is started once a replacement turbo has been fitted.

However, if these parts have not been lubricated – before the engine is started – they will wear out quickly and eventually break. It is important to follow the assembly instructions made available by the car and/or turbo manufacturer if you want to prevent turbos and their parts getting damaged after assembly.

One of the most important things that needs to be done following the assembly of a turbo and starting the engine is lubrication. JLM Turbo has developed Pre Lube for this purpose. JLM Pre Lube is a high-quality product which provides moving turbo parts with a safe coating.

JML Turbo Pre Lube has been developed in conformity with the highest specifications and prevents premature wear of high load, moving parts.

HOW TO USE

Suitable for all turbochargers for initial filling. Before connecting the oil inlet hole of the turbocharger, fill to the brim. Prevents oil deficiency damage and dry running at first start. Fully synthetic additive with particularly good emergency running properties. Suitable for all engine oils.

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Great addition

"This is a great addition to the products in my workshop. We continuously see fantastic results in the recovery of emissions and engine performance, among other things."

- Paul Finn

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Skeptical

"I was very skeptical, but after using the product and starting my car, I couldn't believe my eyes ... the yellow light in my car was no longer on!"

- Kevin Kalo

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Surprising­ly good

"I never thought that JLM would surprise me so much. It gets better and better every time. I will continue to use these products. The fantastic results speak for themselves. Keep up the great work."

- Andrew Watts

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Frequently
asked
questions

These are the most common questions we get from a potential distributor.

Can JLM Valve Saver Fluid be added to petrol?

Yes, no problem at all. In fact JLM Valve Saver Fluid is a very good and tested lead replacement additive. The treat rate is 1ml of Valve Saver Fluid for 1 liter of petrol fuel.

Is it OK to use the extreme and the DPF cleaner together. ?

No, this will not have a positive effect. In fact it may cause an adverse effect. And also the risk of overdosing! Never combine fuel additives

 

Will BluBoost dissolve existing crystal infestation or is it more like a preventative product?

JLM’s BluBoost additive cleans and prevents crystal formation in the AdBlue dosing system. It also conditions the AdBlue fluid for a longer time to ensure proper working of the AdBlue and SCR system. This helps prevent performance loss and the often-subsequent expensive repairs. It also reduces foaming at low temperatures

Is the JLM Engine Oil Flush safe for use with wet belt engines?

Our JLM OIL FLUSH is safe to use with ‘wet belts’ (TBIO). This is mainly because we use non solvent and premium pack of oil cleaning additives.

 

Does the Petrol Emissions Reduction Treatment also clean the catalytic convertor?

The catalytic converter is not a filter, it functions by converting harmful emission gases into less harmful gases. The filter can become contaminated if for example there has been an oil leak, and when this happens the filter needs to be replaced. There is no additive or chemical that will remove physical contamination from a catalytic.

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