That oil can stay for 2 seasons and absolutely should. There is No Cheap Insurance here; that is a Myth, as there is more of a change of DAMAGE to bearings and hydraulics with the extra oil changing and concomitant dry starts. The Acid neutralizers in the oil are plentiful and active. There will be no "acid" in there. Just get her hot and on a good strong drive before she gets put to bed. - Ken
Originally Posted by blackbirdws611
I was debating on changing to WIX / Napa Gold and likely will. Last question, I change the oil in sept/oct before I Park her in my garage for the winter so it's fresh to sit then good for the next year. Maybe gets 5-6000 KM of driving in the season and techancially a year of being in the motor (only half being driven) Any suggestions here?