quote:Thanks VERY MUCH, Terry. Patman and the Elves and I Doo-dah, Doo-dah Are so happy we could cry Ohm-be-doo-dah-day 'Cause we know we shall seldom see Doo-dah, Doo-dah An oil better then GC Ohm-be-doo-dah-day Autozone better hunker down, Doo-dah, Doo-dah 'Cause every BITOGer in town Ohm-be-doo-dah-day Is going to head for the back of the store Doo-dah, Doo-dah And the GC inventory will be no more (just for a little while) Ohm-be-doo-dah-day Anyone want to guess how we feel right about now?
Originally posted by Terry: this formula is very advanced and well thought out...it works well and is affordable. That is critical for people who want the best bang for the buck...this cutting edge lube technology is well worth it ! Thanks, Terry
quote:MB, The posts we read from the guys down in Oz indicate they have a particularly demanding high temp climate, but I will tell you here on the Eastern Slope of the Rockies in the summer on the Interstate at 75 mph at 5000' and up with hilly terrain the demands on a motor oil are pretty high too. I will tell you that I have confidance in The Green whether it is -10º or +100 and in our cars it has been exposed to both. Let's put it this way, whether it's Waianae in the summer or the summit of Mauna Kea in the winter, da kine GC can handle it brah.
Originally posted by Mamala Bay: Would GC considered an excellent cold temp type of synthetic oil. I mean would it do well say in Australia type condition. I know I've seen excellent UOA especially in Canada's iceberg winters.