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Old 02-11-2018, 02:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Psycho1122 View Post
If you have been using the OEM recommended Mobil 1 0W40 syn. SN or even better the FS, your engine will be very happy. The 0W flows VERY quickly at start up and it provides excellent film strength in the event of a dry start.

Read here: https://540ratblog.wordpress.com/201...-test-ranking/

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Thanks for posting this Psycho1122; There is more than "a little" information in it.


I can't completely buy into the author's absolute authority stand he has taken on several topics, but I still admire his commitment and time taken on the paper. It contains lots of great info.

Parts of it kind of reminded me of the topic of cylinder head porting where some guys insist that more and more flow always means more and more power. I just haven't seen that to be the case at all.

I'm using Mobil 1 0-30 in mine since it was rebuilt a couple of years back. I do buy into the "thin as the engine can get away with" idea for motor oil and so far, so good.

Thanks again for posting.
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