The GTO Treatment Procedure

The GTO Treatment a.k.a.

GTOil 250ml. (New GTO Versions may look different from photo)
Applicable for engines without mechanical problems (like worn out timing belts).

NOTE: The GT Program is not a cure! It is an Alternative Engine Maintenance Solution intended to liberate your engine from petroleum based lubrication products in a gradual manner in order to lower it’s carbon footprint.
Initial Treatment:
Pour 250ml. GTOil into the engine crankcase oil; If engine is smoke belching, add GTF Booster along with the GTO with a ratio of 1:2 (1 GTF is to 2 GTO), replace oil cap then run the engine and/or road test or simply use the vehicle right away normally. (If you are using the newer versions of GTO, no need for GTF Booster) 
Immediate improvement is expected here; If the engine internals is carbon deposit rich!, it will take a relatively longer time before it can purge all the carbon deposits in the form of a grayish white smoke. For cleaner engines, it will take a shorter time for Purging to be finished.
This is the Phase where the engine emits all the Carbon Dust in the exhaust system. Don't worry, it won't last long till it clears itself. Now, there might be some instances where Black Smoke or White Smoke continuous to manifest itself. Don't worry about it: For Black Smoke, this indicates unburned fuel, it may mean your injectors are still clogged up. You might need to check them out, replacement is costly, you can try adding 15ml. GTO into your fuel line and run the engine again. If White smoke continuous inspite of this, it could mean either a broken piston ring, or a worn out PCV Valve, try pulling off the PVC Valve hose attachment. If this doesnt solve the problem, consult an OTG Technician or a Mechanic who knows or is familiar with the GTP.
The Succeeding Treatments:
Before doing a scheduled treatment program, you must first conduct an Oil Change and Filter Change after the first 5,000 kms after your very first GTO treatment. 
Now that you have cleaned your oil for the very first time after your first GTO treatment. You may now implement a new PMS on your vehicle.  Instead of having a regular 5,000km check, you can now adopt a 10,000km check and repeat treatment. With regards to your oil filter, you can replace this once every 30,000km or 50,000kms, this is depending on the condition of your oil and if the engine has never experienced Overheating. This replaces the traditional oil change habit.
Why the slow integration?
Older engines tend to have more Carbon build ups in it’s internals, abruptly changing the type of lubricant may soften and perhaps liquefy these carbon gums or deposits which may lead to clogging of capillaries if the chunks are not fully dissolved… these clogging will lead into lubrication starvation on some or many areas of the engine which may lead to accelerated wear and tear or worse – it could even lead to mechanical failure of some parts like piston rings, liners or cams. Unless you have a relatively newer engine with very little to no carbon deposits inside.
THE NEED TO CHANGE OIL becomes Unnecessary or OPTIONAL.
But it is best to keep a Periodic Maintenance Program.
What happens if the engine overheats?
In case of an overheating problem, Do not worry, it is expected that your engine will not freeze or stuck up if it has been Fully Treated with GTOil. It is recommended to inspect the causes of the overheating, the normal culprits for this problem is a worn out water pump, fan-belts or a dirty radiator if not a faulty or broken auxiliary fan. GTOil will protect your engine even if it exceeds overheating temperature thresholds.


New Suggested Treatment Guide

Stage 1: GTO Treatment to be poured in Crank case... no need to change oil! Change oil only after 5,000kms. THen repeat GTO treatment again.

For Motorbike 4 stroke 250cc and below: 15ml. - 30ml. -  (as needed)
For Motorbike 4 stoke 251cc up to 800cc: Half of the 250ml. GTO

Instructions for treating Motorbikes with 2 stroke engines (applicable to all engine sizes.)
 add 15ml. for every Liter of 2T Oil in the Lube Tank, and add 15ml GTO into the Engine Crank Case Oil.

For Small to Medium Size Cars 1.0 Li. up to 1.6 Liter engine displacement (Gasoline or Diesel, Old/New Car):
Add 1 bottle of 250ml. GTO into the crank case.

For Bigger Engine Displacement 2.1Liter up to 3.5 Li. displacement (Gas/Diesel, Old/New Car/SUV/Light Truck/ Van/ Boat/etc.)
Add 2 to 3 bottles of 250ml. GTO into the crank case.

For Trucks (Diesel) 6 cylinder/ 8 cylinder/ 10 and 12 cylinders:
Determine the total quantity of Oil in the crank case; divide it by 4; the resultant will determine the number of recommended GTO bottles needed for the treatment.

Ex. 25 Liter Oil Capacity Engine / 16

The rule of thumb is to round it off to the higher number not below since GTO is the only additive existing today that can never have any over-dosage issues. It can be used as a total alternative replacement engine lubricant by itself, However, it may be a bit costly practice to do so, moreover, it is not necessary.

Therefore... we will need to add 1.5 Liters of GTO Classic.

It is also adviseable to add GTF Booster at the same time.

To determine the amount of GTF Booster needed, divide the total amount of GTO added. In this case is it 3.5. round off to the higher digit we will get 4.

To sum it up... a truck with a 25 Liter Oil Capacity will need 7 GTO and 4 GTF Booster.

It is best to treat the engine when it is cold.

Please consult with your authorized OTG Guy near you to conduct this treatment procedure.

The above suggestions are subject to change without prior notice.

1st Edited: 10/25/10
2nd Edition: 01/23/11
3rd Edition: 01/27/11
4th Edition: 09/19/11
5th Edition: 05/18/13

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Notes to ponder

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