quote:I agree. It would be nice to see some more of the group three synthetics and 6000 mile intervals in our UOA section, someone from Canada should try the Canadian Tire Formula 1 synthetic, it's on sale this week, $19.99 for a 4L jug. I'm trying out a group three synthetic in my mom's car, the Tech 2000 Walmart 0w30 (only in Canada I believe, and possibly made by Petro Canada)
Originally posted by csandste: Why don't you run some out to 6000 miles and do a UOA. There's too much Mobil 1, Amsoil and Redline in the analysis section-- I'd like to see people do a wider variety of brands.
quote:I posted this earlier this week, but it was subsequently consigned to the "Poop & Poppycock" (aka "to-heck-and-gone", aka "General and Off-Topic") forum. [ January 09, 2004, 10:03 PM: Message edited by: Ray H ]
Originally posted by csandste: "Now that Warren is merging with Coastal..." Huh???
quote:Here is an UOA using the ST Full Syn SuperTech Full Syn UOA Discussion When I'm using dino, the engine will become slightly more sluggish on starts as the oil ages and thickens, especially as winter hits. When I was running the full syn, startup was always fast and unaffected by cold. Not a large difference in Houston, but a noticable one. The full syn lasted longer too
Originally posted by mehere: Currently running ST Blend 10w-30 -- ordered a test kit from Blackstone labs - will send one in about 4k. Now that Warren is merging with Coastal -- they have a full operation -- I.E. refining oil to making their own bottles. That is why the merger made sense to them. Has anybody used Supertech FULL Synth yet and what was their experience.