Kendall GT1 euro

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This oil is not talked about much I was looking at this specs for the gt1 euro 5/40. Seems pretty stout. Starting tbn 10, hths 3.7 viscosity @100 was 13.3. Meets acea a3/b4. Ll01, etc Licenses & Approvals GT-1 Euro Motor Oil is licensed for: API Service SL - SAE 5W-30 API Service SN - SAE 5W-40 GT-1 Euro Motor Oil meets or exceeds the requirements of: ACEA A3/B4-12 API Service CF Renalut RN 0700 RN0710 - SAE 5W-40 PSA B71 2296 - SAE 5W-40 GT-1 Euro is fully approved for service fill under the following OEM specifications: BMW Long Life LL-01 Mercedes Benz Sheet 229.50 Volkswagen Standard 502.00 & 505.00 Porsche A40 - SAE 5W-40 Additional Details SAE Grade 5W-40 Specific Gravity @ 60°F 0.854 Density, lbs/gal @ 60°F 7.13 Color, ASTM D1500 3 Flash Point (COC), °C (°F) 229 (444) Pour Point, °C (°F) -39 (-38) Viscosity, Kinematic cSt @ 40°C 80 cSt @ 100°C 13.3 Viscosity Index 168 Cold Cranking Viscosity, cP 5700 °C (-30) High-Temp/High-Shear Viscosity, cP @ 150°C 3.7 Sulfated Ash, ASTM D874, wt % 1.1 Total Base Number (TBN), ASTM D2896 10 Phosphorus, wt % 0.958 Zinc, wt % 0.1051 5/30 euro 1 Euro Motor Oil is licensed for: API Service SL - SAE 5W-30 API Service SN - SAE 5W-40 GT-1 Euro Motor Oil meets or exceeds the requirements of: ACEA A3/B4-12 API Service CF Renalut RN 0700 RN0710 - SAE 5W-40 PSA B71 2296 - SAE 5W-40 GT-1 Euro is fully approved for service fill under the following OEM specifications: BMW Long Life LL-01 Mercedes Benz Sheet 229.50 Volkswagen Standard 502.00 & 505.00 Porsche A40 - SAE 5W-40 Additional Details SAE Grade 5W-30 Specific Gravity @ 60°F 0.853 Density, lbs/gal @ 60°F 7.1 Color, ASTM D1500 3 Flash Point (COC), °C (°F) 216 (421) Pour Point, °C (°F) -39 (-38) Viscosity, Kinematic cSt @ 40°C 80 cSt @ 100°C 12.2 Viscosity Index 164 Cold Cranking Viscosity, cP 5700 °C (-30) High-Temp/High-Shear Viscosity, cP @ 150°C 3.6 Sulfated Ash, ASTM D874, wt % 1.1 Total Base Number (TBN), ASTM D2896 10 Phosphorus, wt % 0.958 Zinc, wt % 0.1051 Search Products Liquid Titanium Promotions Why Kendall About Us Contact Careers Phillips66Lubricants.com Lubestream © 2018 Phillips 66 Lubricants. All rights reserved. Terms and Privacy Statement. California Transparency in Supply Chains Disclosure. FIND THE RIGHT OIL FIND A LOCATION
 
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Looks great, wonder if it utilizes Ti in the add pack like their more conventional GT-1 product?
 
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It meets an obsolete ACEA spec. When they state A3/B3-12, it means that it meets the 2012 publication of ACEA sequences. 2016 is current.
 
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Looks good, but impossible to find. And only comes in quarts. There’s better options out there.
 
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Originally Posted By: 1JZ_E46
Looks good, but impossible to find. And only comes in quarts. There’s better options out there.
This is what steers me away from Kendall each time I decide to use it. Kendall is a great oil, but too difficult to source without paying a fortune for it or for the shipping.
 

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Originally Posted By: 2015_PSD
Originally Posted By: 1JZ_E46
Looks good, but impossible to find. And only comes in quarts. There’s better options out there.
This is what steers me away from Kendall each time I decide to use it. Kendall is a great oil, but too difficult to source without paying a fortune for it or for the shipping.
Wonder why they don't market it to Walmart? I know they sell it at pilot/flying J truck stops, but not the euro formula
 

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Originally Posted By: 1JZ_E46
Looks good, but impossible to find. And only comes in quarts. There’s better options out there.
I use edge 0/40 in both of my vehicles, but I would try it
 
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Originally Posted By: Bullwinkle007
Originally Posted By: 2015_PSD
Originally Posted By: 1JZ_E46
Looks good, but impossible to find. And only comes in quarts. There’s better options out there.
This is what steers me away from Kendall each time I decide to use it. Kendall is a great oil, but too difficult to source without paying a fortune for it or for the shipping.
Wonder why they don't market it to Walmart? I know they sell it at pilot/flying J truck stops, but not the euro formula
I saw Kendall today at the 99 cent store. for $2.99 a quart.
 
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