quote:Could this be esters in the oil? I wonder what's the % Pat, I agree with ya. I think they are just trying to skin the cat in more ways than one.....they are gonna end up confusing the average customer though.
Contains polarized molecules that cling to your engine's metal surfaces to provide advanced anti wear protection
quote:If you look at the FAQ page it says it has esters in it. My guess is the base oil blend is about 75% Group II and 25% esters. If that's the case, this could be one of the best "synthetic blends" available.
Originally posted by Last_Z: Could this be esters in the oil? I wonder what's the %
quote:Neither was the plain jane GTX GTX @ 6900 miles Castrol uses this technology in some of their bike oils too . I will be interested in seeing the pricing and of course the performance . On another note our Canadian friends got left out on this one . At least this oil is not on the Castrol Canada website .
Originally posted by seotaji:quote:
Castrol GTX Start Up™ was not designed with extended drain intervals in mind.
quote:We typically get stuff 6-12 months behind the US (if we do end up getting it), although we did get GC 0w30 first.
On another note our Canadian friends got left out on this one . At least this oil is not on the Castrol Canada website
quote:Yes, even the artwork on the label, which I assume is supposed to represent molecules being "attracted" to the metal, is identical to what's on the labels of the Magnatec sold in Europe. What will be interesting is to see where this oil is made. Is this another Castrol PCMO that's being made in Europe and bottled in the US? Castrol of Germany GTX5 Magnatec [ June 04, 2004, 10:33 AM: Message edited by: G-Man II ]
Originally posted by Losiho: It's identical to Castrol Magnatec