Energy Release - Tested and Proven Since 1985
ER Protects and Extends the Lifespan of Your Race Car Components.
Energy Release Racing Products reduce friction, lower operating temperatures, increase RPM, torque and horsepower and extend component life. These benefits are noticeable and are documented by many world-class racers that have used Energy Release since 1985. Energy Release protects every lubricated component of your race vehicles including crankshaft, camshaft and gears, bearings, connecting rods, cylinder walls, wrist pins, chain case, suspension shafts, gearboxes, transmission, and more.
Energy Release Racing Applications
Engine / Crankcase: 2 oz. ER per quart of oil initially (16:1). 1 oz. ER per quart of oil (32:1) on subsequent oil changes.
Spline Ball Drive Shaft: We recommend using ER G-200 High Temperature Synthetic Grease – P006
Power Steering: (32:1) 1 oz. ER per quart of oil.
Differentials: Up to 80wt. Oil: (16:1) 2 oz. ER per quart of oil. Over 80wt. Oil: (8:1) 4 oz. ER per quart of oil.
Transmissions: Automatic – (64:1) ½ oz. ER per quart of oil. Manual: (16:1) 2 oz. ER per quart of oil.
Note: DO NOT use ER in posi-track or limited slip differentials with metal clutch discs on axle drive gears because they require metal-to-metal friction to function.
Two-Cycle Oil Injection Systems: Do not add ER directly to oil tank. Mix thoroughly (vigorously) ½ oz. ER per quart of two-cycle motor oil at room temperature, then add to oil tank. ER will stay suspended in the oil.
Pre-Mix in Two-Cycle Engines: Add ER to two-cycle oil first at room temperature. Mix thoroughly (vigorously), then mix in gas. ER will stay suspended in the oil/gas. Refer to two-cycle chart in technical section for mixing ratios.
Four-Cycle Engines: Add 2 oz. ER per quart of motor oil (16:1).
Chains: We recommend using Energy Release Gear & Chain CLEAR grease. It’s Clear grease in an aerosol that sprays on thin to penetrate the pins and links then tacks up in seconds for superior adherence.
Chain Case: Add 2 oz. ER to existing chain case fluid. Do not overfill. The metal filings that normally collect on the dipstick magnet in the chain case will decrease dramatically. For example, with a 10 ounce chain case capacity, use 8 ounces of recommended fluid and 2 ounces ER.
Gearboxes: Add 2 oz. ER per quart of oil up to 80wt. (16:1). Add 4 oz. ER per quart of oil over 80wt. (8:1).
Bearings: We recommend using Energy Release G-100 High Speed Lithium Grease. You may also inject two or three drops of ER through the seal, using a syringe or sharp needle point greaser to assure a clean hole, then seal with silicone. Bearings will run cooler, smoother and last longer with ER.
Suspension Shafts & Steering: Use Energy Release G-100 Lithium High Speed Grease.
Wet Clutches: One of the most frequently asked questions is: “Can ER be used with wet clutches like the clutch in a motorcycle?” Yes. ER treats only ferrous metals; therefore, it does not negatively affect the fiber materials in wet clutches. In fact, many users report better clutch performance with ER
A. Yes. However, we recommend breaking-in your new engine as suggested by the engine builder, then add ER to oil.
A. Yes. ER is known for its ability to give new life to many old engines.
A. No. Adding Energy Release to your engine helps eliminate oil related failures caused by lubrication breakdown. The metal conditioning technology of Energy Release leaves a residual effect WITHOUT changing Tolerances, even if the surface is dry after treatment. Surfaces treated with ER are resistant to abrasion, oxidation, rust and corrosion.
A. Yes. Energy Release is compatible with all engine oil grades, including low viscosity 0W-20 oils. Energy Release Antifriction Engine Treatment is NOT an oil treatment. ER is carried by oil to points of friction, heat generation and wear. ER is activated by heat and friction and treats those areas directly, to help eliminate oil related failures caused by lubrication breakdown.
A. Yes. However, we don’t promote horsepower gains. We promote Protection, Performance, and Proven. Horsepower gains are about 1%...an added benefit when using ER.
A. ER is a heat-activated chemical that works quickly in a racing engine. The engine oil temperature will lower due to less friction in the motor. The rear-end will run 10-15 degrees cooler. These benefits are noticeable and are documented by many world-class racers that have used ER since 1985.
A. Yes, this is fact. Most additives can only be used in an engine. ER however, can be used with any lubricant in your race vehicle (not brake fluid).
A. No. ER is a true metal conditioner. Energy Release, LLC owns the formula and manufacturing rights for Energy Release.
A. Yes. Noel Schanilec, Applied Hi-Performance Products owner, has over 26 years of experience using ER in numerous racing applications. These applications require a detailed explanation. Please contact Noel and we will make arrangements to send this information to you. With over 40 years of experience in the high performance industry, AHPP is committed to excellence in everything we do. We’ll be happy to provide product support and answer technical questions.