Motor Trend - the World's #1 Automotive Authority,
"Metal shavings can be the death of your engine . .
. avoid the trouble and expense of engine damage. Magna-Guard...
It sticks to the wall of the filter and traps metal particles as
they travel through. Add a new one each time you change oil.
Aftermarket Business, February 2000:
Magna-Guard: Editor's Choice - Best New Product of 1999.
". . . the concept is brilliant. Just drop the magnet inside
the filter whenever it's changed and your engine will be better
for it. This prevents friction and premature engine wear."
Max Power, February 2000:
"Even under the best driving conditions and the most meticulous
maintenance, your engine will shed a little metal . . . these particles
can work their way back into the engine and cause wear on a number
of key components . . . An economical way to extend tile life of
your engine is with the Magna-Guard... it's cheep insurance against
wear and tear."
PowerLine, the Official Source of the Hot Rod
Power Club, Vol. 1 #5:
"Magna-Guard... attracts and traps micro-fine metal particles
that are generated during normal engine operation . . . prevents
these particles from re-circulating into the oil and through the
engine. . . can turn any oil filter into a simper filter, thus
extending engine life, improving fuel economy and preserving horsepower."
2000 Turbo Buick Newsletter's - The Source. Vol.
13 No. 5:
"We've all seen magnetic drain plugs for engines and transmission
oil pans. . . A company recently sent us a product for review which
is a slight spin-off of these already proves practices."
"...most important to us was reliability amid reduced maintenance
costs. While we cannot substantiate. . exact claims, we can
relay what we've found by using the product. On a "freshly-rebuilt"
engine with less than 10,000 miles, we installed the magnet. . .
and ran the engine for approximately 3,000 miles. The photos below
show the somewhat surprising results."
LowRider Magazine, July, 1999
"Magna-Guard, an inexpensive product that extends the life
of internal combustion engines. Magna-Guard's ceramic V magnet attracts
and traps micro-fine metal particles generated during engine operation
before they can be recalculated in the oil, thus making any oil
filter a "super filter"".