BG 44K® Platinum: Legend in the making

What’s the difference between BG 44K® Platinum™and a fuel system cleaner you can pull right from the shelf at any gas station? Some may say “price.” But we know better. Be wary of the low priced offerings at the gas station. Price is not the only difference. Let’s just say, you get what you pay more…

Question: Do BG products expire?

Follow-up question: What does the date code stand for? Answer: Since the beginning, we have always included a production date on product containers. Over the years, these dates have evolved into a coded sequence of numbers. Their purpose is to provide traceability so that product quality can be tracked and maintained. As a general rule, more…

Avoid Low Speed Pre-Ignition (LSPI) in GDI engines

Read time: 2 minutes I always thought it’d be interesting to see a mole in my yard. I didn’t understand why my neighbors complained. All God’s creatures, right? Then I discovered mounds and mounds of dirt in my yard one day. At first, I was sort of impressed. My dog sure had a productive afternoon! more…

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BG Advanced Formula MOA® is now LSPI safe!

WICHITA – Kan. – New BG Advanced Formula MOA® has been upgraded from BG Extended Life MOA®. The new chemistry now meets API SN Plus standards and is specially formulated to protect turbocharged gasoline direct injection engines from Low Speed Pre-Ignition (LSPI). BG Advanced Formula MOA® also protects vehicles with downsized, boosted engines, which have more…

BG partners with HEV expert Craig Van Batenburg

WICHITA, Kan – BG Products, Inc., has recently partnered with hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) expert Craig Van Batenburg. “Craig is fully immersed in the technology used in hybrid electric vehicles,” said Tim Allbritten, BG Sr. Business Development Manager. “Craig’s decades of experience will help BG subject matter experts develop an even deeper understanding of the more…

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BG introduces new BG Hybrid Performance Service

WICHITA, Kan – Hybrids need maintenance just like every other vehicle with an internal combustion engine. Today’s combustion engines are prone to early carbon buildup. Drivers with twin-powered hybrid electric vehicles (HEV) should preserve the power and performance of their traditional engine just as they would an all gasoline powered vehicle. BG Products announces the more…

BG to launch new fuel service at NADA Show

WICHITA, Kan – BG Products, Inc., is launching an industry-leading profitable NEW fuel system service at the 2019 NADA Show, Booth #5119N. If you’re going to the NADA Show, add the BG Booth to your expo plan! “Today’s engines are notorious for carbon buildup that’s nearly impossible to reach and even more difficult to clean,” more…

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Free coverage for vehicles with up to 150,000 miles

WICHITA, Kan – Effective January 1, 2019, vehicles with 100,001–150,000 miles (160,001–240,000 km) can enter the Lifetime BG Protection Plan® under Plan 2 when customers “reset” their engines with the BG Dynamic Engine Restoration Service. The BG Dynamic Engine Restoration Service was originally developed to be an approved warranty repair service for a prominent European automaker. Through continuous testing more…

Do hybrid cars need more maintenance?

Read time: 2 minutes Hybrid cars are not high maintenance; they require the same amount of maintenance as almost any other car. Hybrids have internal combustion engines, cooling systems, brakes, and transmissions too. To simplify, let’s compare hybrid cars to hybrid dogs. Dog lovers know that every puppy has a unique personality from the time more…

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Oil level is down, but it’s not on the garage floor?

Read time: 6 minutes Lower oil levels at oil change time used to be an indicator of either an oil leak outside the car or burning oil inside the engine. Locating an oil leak under the car was a simple affair, and an engine that was burning oil suffered other symptoms, including wear on pistons more…