Nulon "Start Ya Bastard" Instant Engine Starter (SYB) promotes easy starting of all diesel and petrol engines (both two-stroke and four-stroke). In searching for a name for this product, we could not get away from the three words most commonly used to describe a difficult-to-start engine "Start Ya Bastard". We trust you will not be offended.
Nulon's SYB high potency, highly concentrated, highly flammable formulation is designed to instantly start difficult-to-start engines. Of course an engine has to be in sound condition and tuned correctly for it to start at all. However, there are many reasons why an engine can be difficult to start, such as:
There is nothing more annoying than an engine that refuses to start. Nulon SYB should be kept on hand at all times in the glove box, in the workshop or in the home garage, the boat, or the tractor. One never knows when an engine will become stubborn and refuse, or be difficult to start. Nulon SYB will help preserve battery condition and it is totally harmless to engines. One short spray of Nulon is all that is necessary to start the most stubborn of engines.
Do not use heater plugs when using Nulon SYB. Spray a short burst directly into the air cleaner or air intake from a distance of 5-10 cm. At the same time activate starter button, or crank engine by hand. (Note: hand-cranked engines usually require several revolutions to start.)
All petrol engines
(Including two-stroke and hobby engines.) With ignition turned off, spray a short burst of Nulon SYB into the air intake or air cleaner, then start the engine. Do not use the choke or flood the carburettor. Use sparingly for best results.
Do not use near fire or flame. Use with adequate ventilation. Get fresh air if required. If swallowed do not induce vomiting, call physician immediately. Use only as directed. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents can be harmful or fatal. Keep out of reach of children. Do not puncture or incinerate can even when empty. Store in a cool place out of the sun.
Dangerous Goods Class 2.1
Miscellaneous Hazardous UN No. 1950
Poisons Schedule Number: S5
Propellant: Carbon Dioxide
Contains: 24% Ether
Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents can be harmful or fatal.