p> CERMA CERAMIC CONVERSIONEnjoy the pleasure that comes from top performance which is delivered in a way that saves a considerable amount of money!Converting a car/truck engine & transmission to ceramic will..
1) Improve performance immediately
2) Save a little money immediately and a LOT OF MONEY long term.
A. Instead of doing an oil change ($40 avg.) every 3-thousand miles, only need to change oil every 15-20-Thousand miles.) B. Long term...the life of your vehicle is lengthened dramatically... because ceramic surfaces stay clean...THERE IS NO DEPOSIT BUILD UP!
You CAN drive it as long as you care to...staying free of payments!!
PLUS...A 90% reduction of exhaust emissions is good for all of us.
(I personally drive a Pontiac which is now at 376,000 miles. It is remarkable how the performance doesn't degrade and I have overall less cost for repairs/maintenance. The smoother running ceramic engine means less vibrations...and vibrations are one of the main contributors to parts wear in older vehicles.)For what it cost, Cerma is the greatest value I have ever seen.If you'd like more technical data and testamonials, view them on my website.[http://www.ceramicperformance.info] (in browser)Any further questions, just call 404-819-0838Rudy Ward
Historically, efforts to develop ceramic engines have been on-going for years. Ten ceramic engines have been built in Germany with the longest-running one having gone over a million miles with no DEGRADATION! The only problem they couldn't solve was cost...how to build one anyone could afford.
The Cerma solution is absolutlely ingenious. For a very low cost (pennies by comparison) you get a ceramic part with all the benefits envisioned from the outset.
Isuze manufactured a pickup truck with a ceramic engine that would still be running when the manifold rusted and was falling off. WHY DID THEY STOP?, I ask. 'Because they wanted to sell more trucks." was the answer.