quote:To be precise, with those batch numbers, you struck Elvish Green.
Originally posted by brianpavlovic: I was in the city (Philadelphia) with my wife this morning running errands and literally struck Elvish Gold......Anyhoo, some of the numbers say MO2 MO3 MO4.
quote:Not oil this "young." You are fine.
Are the MO2 and MO3 too old or expired oil? I guess what I am asking is if oil can expire and actually hurt your engine?
quote:I think what we might find is that due to the changing lubrication environment for some Euro vehicles, Castrol has reformulated to meet the target specs for which they shipped us the Elixer in the first place, i.e. I think it was shipped to us to meet specific specs for VW/Audi, although, as we have seen, it performs well in many vehicles. Having said that I think it will continue to perform well in a wide range of vehicles, but I will also be surprised if we don't see revised specs on the bottle targeted at VW, Audi and maybe even BMW. I think it is important for us to lay hands on some batches after M0507.
Originally posted by JeffPGH: What if the GOLD turns out to be BETTER than the GREEN???
quote:The Elves, while they appreciate the love you all have for their Elixer, are shocked...shocked I tell you!!!... by the deviousness which people will employ to lay their hands on it. (They still love you guys!)
Originally posted by LT4 Vette:quote:YES, they are expired and if you use it, you engine will blow up!!! Box it up and sent it down to FL.
Are the MO2 and MO3 too old or expired oil?
quote:Wow, what a score...I'm jealous! I'll have to hit-up my local AutoZone today at lunch to see if by some chance they too are clearing-out their GC supply at the lower price.
Originally posted by brianpavlovic: They were marked 1.99 in the bin each, I could not believe it, so I asked the cashier and she scanned them and sure enough, 1.99 each. I said sold!!!!! I wonder how many oil changes I have now?