Recommend synthetic friction modifier?

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To all intellectuals. What is a good synthetic friction modifier? My bud has a 06 FJ cruiser. For some 4x4 events planned. His FJ is hard on oil.
 
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Yes, define "hard on oil". Also, what do you think an additive of a friction modifier will do to make the oil better stand up to whatever it is the FJ Cruiser does to it?
 

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Originally Posted by Onetor
...What is a good synthetic friction modifier?
A good full synthetic oil is a great friction modifier.
 

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I will tell him again to sign up and post his questions. He is a bit older and not too computer literate. I believe the oil shears really fast.
 
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I will tell him again to sign up and post his questions. He is a bit older and not too computer literate. I believe the oil shears really fast.
How would a synthetic friction modifier additive help that?
 
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Originally Posted by Onetor
I will tell him again to sign up and post his questions. He is a bit older and not too computer literate. I believe the oil shears really fast.
You could just post vehicle and it's use such as towing non towing you will get many good post back on where to start and what to use.
 
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You could use Redline oil or a basic grp 3 like M1 or Quaker State Synthetic oil with Lubegard Biotech or Archoil 9100.
 
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