Scar sizes are direct indicators of wear on moving components. Specifically, this will affect rod bearings, camshafts, rockers, gears, and any other components that move against each other. The smaller the scar, the less the wear.
You can see a direct comparison of scar sizing without and with SQUID INK below:
The difference is staggering. The results of this test directly show how much protection is added to moving components that make contact with another component. These are components such as rod bearings, ringlands, camshafts, rockers, valves, crankshafts, and piston skirts.
Reducing engine wear will keep your engine running in ideal condition longer and will free up engine power to be translated to the wheels.