GTO Liberates Fisher Folks

Liberated Boat owner poses with OTG Guy Benjie
The GTO treated boat

The boat operator struggles to access the oil dip stick which is located way below.
The Liberated boat operator after putting in 25ml. GTO into this YAMADA China made Diesel engine.
Considered to be a disposable engine, not anymore.

"I change oil after every 3 trips in order to keep this engine well maintained. It has 1.5 Liter oil capacity, but the oil gets black and dirty with soot so quickly. Each trip to the ocean takes over 3 hours... so imagine if we make 3 trips
, total of 9 hours running time, we have to change the oil... Now that we have GTO, and witness firsthand what it can do to the oil inside this engine, we are now able to save a lot!. The engine also runs smooth and stronger. WOW!" - translated to english... words from the Boat Operator.

The GTO Liberated Banka... 

Boat Specs:

Material: Wood
Size: 20-30 Footer
Type: Outrigger, Trimaran, Single Center Hull with 2 outriggers
Engine Type: Compression Ignition, Stationary type YAMADA est. +/- 12HP China made
Fuel: Diesel
Oil Capacity: 1.5 Liter Havoline Synthetic

Before GTO:
Preventive Maintnance Schedule: After 9 Running Hours = Oil Change if needed, Depending on the condition of the oil. Normally, the oil is jet black and sandy at this time. It also becomes very viscouos that the engine cannot perform well. The operator has full discretion on this. The engine is considered as a disposable engine. Therefore, a regular oil change is never missed in order to attain savings.

After GTO:
The oil was renewed, more Carbon particles were dissolved, the smoke and odor was immediately gone, engine compression was notably increased, the engine ran much smoother and quiet, with much torque. The Boat left afterwards and we didn't even heard the engine like before.


Huge Savings from the Given expense! No more Oil Change?... possible! 

Let us continue to liberate Fisher Folks and Motorbike riders. 

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Notes to ponder

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Cutting back on soot emissions would buy us time in our fight against global warming. Soot is caused by the partial burning of fossil fuels, wood and vegetation. Soot is known to contain over forty different cancer causing chemicals, and a complete cut would offer untold health benefits worldwide.

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Air pollution is not a new phenomenon; in Medieval times, the burning of coal was forbidden in London while Parliament was in session. Air pollution problems have dramatically increased in intensity as well as scale due to the increase in emissions since the Industrial Revolution.