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Sunday, September 18, 2005 AD

The Best Oil Ever!



This is the oil that I use on our 1997 Toyota Tacoma and 1992 Toyota Celica. It is Castrol Syntec.

From their website:

Key Benefits
  • SYNTEC provides superior protection against deposits. Corrosive particles such as acid, soot and oxidized fuel fragments can cause costly damage to critical engine parts.
  • SYNTEC contains a Powerful Additive Package that neutralizes corrosive particles, preventing them from grouping together and forming sludge.
  • Neutralizes acids in your engine that can cause rust and corrosion on vital engine parts such as cylinders, bearings and hydraulic valve lifters.
  • SYNTEC meets the world's toughest gasoline engine protection requirements.
  • SYNTEC provides Stability & Endurance under extreme conditions (heat, load, speed) that can cause conventional oils to break down.
  • SYNTEC delivers the ultimate performance under high-temperature conditions: unsurpassed protection against volatility burn-off and viscosity increase.
  • SYNTEC can be used with confidence in every gasoline engine passenger car, new or old, regardless of oil previously used.
  • SYNTEC is fully compatible with all conventional and synthetic oils.
  • SYNTEC offers a level of protection that Outperforms All Leading Conventional Oils, passing severe industry torture tests.

    *10W-30 as tested vs. leading competitive 10W-30S
Everything else is just motor oil.

NOTE: Only synthetics are used in aircraft turbine engine oil.

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2 Comments:

  • How often do you have to change your oil using this stuff? And how much does it cost per quart? Thanks.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9/20/2005 5:37 AM  

  • Every 5-6K miles. It's not cheap. Expect to pay 1.5 to 2 times more than regular oil per quart. If you can find find it in 5qt containers that's your best value. In a new vehicle I wouldn't bother unless you want to spend moolah.

    I started using it when our vehicles busted 100K miles.

    By Blogger The Terrible Swede, at 9/20/2005 5:51 AM  

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