HOW IT WORKS:
The process is called OSMOSIS. Water vapors (condensation)
and fuel vapors moves from an area of greater concentration
and pressure to an area of lesser concentration. An opening
to the atmosphere reduces the movement toward ESS. IT
will still work, but not as effectively.
Each time your engine is shutoff, several exhaust valves
remain open. Water and fuel vapor molecules condense on the
cooling internals and destructive corrosion begins. The result
id RUST! Nothing is spared. Some cylinders leave BOTH the
intake and exhaust together, exposing intake and carburetor
bases to destructive vapors. Fuel and water vapors settle
and condense on the seats, valves, and cylinder walls, rings
and plugs, wherever the piston comes to rest. The longer the
time at rest, the greater the disintegration of metal parts.
Even the rings rust and the lateral clearance is taken up
by a layer of grit and decomposed iron particles. AND THAT'S
THE GOOD NEWS!
The Bad news is that the engine eventually is fired. Engine
damage is swift. The ring freezes in the piston for a time,
then breaks loose and drags rust and grit up and down the
walls and ring faces until washed away. The valve, pound flat
the layer of rust left on the seats until the only seal they
can achieve is valve on rust. IT NEVER WASHES AWAY! THE
ENGINE IS CUTOFF - AND THE PROCESS BEGINS AGAIN!
Whether between rounds, races or seasons, the Dvorak's ESS
will virtually eliminate all deterioration of vital engine
components' performance including rings, valves, and cylinder