quote:High wear metals in UOA, my friend.
Originally posted by JHZR2: Ive been maintaining my GF's 94 integra for as long as weve been seeing one another (2+ years). I typically ran GTX in it, and it produced some excellent results. Seeing how it revs at startup in the winter, and given the fact that she will be using it a lot more now as she goes on rotations, I decided to put M1 5w-30 in it. That oil runs excellent in my mother's 97 plymouth breeze (2.0L), and the 10w-30 gives EXCELLENT results in my father's 94 toyota previa. I did the change some time back, and have been using LC as well. I put some in today before taking her car to commute to work today (she stores it at my apartment because she lives in center city Phila.). I was suprosed how well the M1 makes the car run. Not really in terms of power, noise, etc., but at hot idle, the car sounds and feels much smoother. it was never in disrepair or had issues, but it used to vibrate a little more, and the change has noticably reduced it! I think M1 is an excellent choice for integra engines in typical use. This ought to correlate then to civic and CR-V engines as well. JMH