Re: Synthetic Blends
On Tue, 08 Nov 2005 19:13:53 -0600, WindsorFox
>> "WindsorFox" <windsorfox@NOSPAM.cox.net> wrote in message
>>>>You could, or you could change the oil yourself with a high quality
>>>>oil and filter for about $10-11. Im speaking Castrol, Valvoline, or
>>>>a similar good dino oil.
>>>>With the new dino formulations, I dont believe the synthetics offer
>>>>a great performance advantage and no price advantage.
>>> Well that's pretty much way incorrect.
>> No, actually it isn't. This thread has been beaten to death, and few or
>> will change their opinions, and that is fine with me. Do what you like.
> Actually it quite is. There is mounds of scientific proof from
>numerous places. Even Mobil has begun to lenthen drain intervals with
>their synthetic. Why did Calloway put it in his Vette? Take a look at
>some oil sample results sometime. This is not an opinion, it is proven
>fact that even the worst synthetics are more stable than the best
I have a friend that never changes his oil. Every 3,000 miles he puts
on a new filter and tops it off with Mobil 1. He's done this for
years now. This is probably equivalent to changing the oil every 15
to 30 K miles, depending on how much oil the filter holds.
'69 Mach 1 390 Toploader Acapulco Blue