Re: Synthetic or Normal Oil
thats some good info - thx!
when you say "correct" oil, lemme ask this: my owner's manual specifies
5W-20. but i use syn 5W-30. any big deal? my 96 gt was a mod motor and
specified 10W-40 in warmer climes.
04 comp orange cobra vert
"Jim Warman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> And if you happen to switch to an extremely high detergent oil in an old
> motor, expect the worst.... There are crucial areas where carbon deposits
> can become almost friendly. Removing SOME of these carbon deposits can
> us with mosquito control devices instead of motors.
> In the long run, nothing beats regular servicing using good quality motor
> oil and filters. At the very least, performing a PROPER oil change on a
> regular basis will offer us the opportunity to notice any other problems
> their incipient stages. A good lube shop (or a properly performed driveway
> oil change) will indicated those things that need addressing very soon and
> others that are impending. This allows us to prepare for the financial hit
> or avert catstrophic failure.
> The choice is yours.... I have what has worked for me for many years (too
> many years) in both street cars and not so street cars. Copious amounts of
> fresh, correct oil has been the hands down winner - for nearly 40