Kendall GT-1 Blend

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Kendall has titanium in its add pack, I do not think MC oil does.

Two different oils:

1. Kendall GT-1 High Performance Blend SP GF-6A

2. Kendall GT-1 High Performance Blend with Titanium SP GF-6A.

I was comparing Kendall #1 to P66 and MC.

It does have something called LiquiTek. Whether that amounts to something other than marketing babble I can't say.
 
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Just need to ping them and ask what Liqui-Tek is...

Here you go:


Now whether that means Liqui-Tek is titanium rebranded or if it means they no longer use titanium remains to be seen.

Well like I said they list with
Just need to ping them and ask what Liqui-Tek is...

Here you go:


Now whether that means Liqui-Tek is titanium rebranded or if it means they no longer use titanium remains to be seen.

It appears to be two different things.

They list two different blends.

GT-1 High Performance Motor Oil with LiquiTek.

GT-1 High Performance Motor Oil with Liquid Titanium.

The Liquid Titanium Product shows an ever so slightly lower flashpoint and VI on the MDS. Possibly because of a slight increase in G1 carrier oil with the Liquid Titanium.
 
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Well like I said they list with


It appears to be two different things.

They list two different blends.

GT-1 High Performance Motor Oil with LiquiTek.

GT-1 High Performance Motor Oil with Liquid Titanium.

The Liquid Titanium Product shows an ever so slightly lower flashpoint and VI on the MDS. Possibly because of a slight increase in G1 carrier oil with the Liquid Titanium.
Scroll down in the link I posted, it is all changing to Liqui-Tek.

Note the photo:
 

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Gene K

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Scroll down in the link I posted, it is all changing to Liqui-Tek.

Note the photo:

Got you. I finally found a MC GF-6 spec sheet. The 5W-30 is lower viscosity, higher specific gravity, lower viscosity in the cranking test and has higher VI. But the differences are seemingly minor..
 
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Kendall, "The Two Thousand Mile Oil."

That's pretty good for a Nitro burning Top Fuel Car when the rods, pistons, rings and bearings only lasted 1/4 mi.

("Big Daddy" Don Garlits reference for you infants out there).


PS I know the historical context of your reference but might give the infants the wrong idea.
 
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