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<td><p>Flashlube Valve Saver Fluid, using the award
winning Flashlube Electronic Valve Saver Kit
has become the only product in the world to
be granted TUV approval in a road test, for
valve seat protection.</p>
<p> Invented by German Scientist Wolfgang Kluenner,
the one and only genuine Flashlube, has led the
industry since 1979.</p>
<p> "This announcement proves to be another
significant step in the company's incredible
journey", states Flashlube General Manager
James Dean from Australia.</p>
<p> Although laboratory testing will allow old
technology kits using vacuum to achieve the
new TUV approval, it is common knowledge
that a vehicle's vacuum will vary upon driving
conditions. </p>
<p> The important difference is that a TUV Road
Test accreditation can only be achieved by an
electronic kit that uses an ECU governed by
the engine duty cycle. </p>
<p> Flashlube's Electronic Kit won the innovation
award at this years LPG show in Warsaw and
after 5 years of development, its patented
technology continues to ensure safe LPG
conversion across the world.</p>
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