What group is this oil? Thanks

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"64" in the CAS designation identifies it as mineral oil. Strictly speaking, "solvent dewaxed" is Group I, but if it were then subjected to moderate heat, pressure, and catalyst-driven hydro-cracking, the end product would be Group II. [ January 13, 2004, 05:30 AM: Message edited by: Ray H ]
 
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That Maxlife is a blend , I did not know [Smile] 2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS Ingredient(s) CAS Number % (by weight) -------------------------------------------- ------------- ------------- ALIPHATIC PETROLEUM DISTILLATES 64742-65-0 63.0- 73.0 SYNTHETIC LUBRICATING OIL 68037-01-4 12.0- 22.0 DETERGENT/DISPERSANT ENGINE OIL PACKAGE ZINC COMPOUNDS I think in warmer seasons the Platinum colored bottle of Synpower Engine treatment would mix well with this oil at lower treat rates so to get some Moly and more Ester . The stuff's not near [Wink] as thick as many of the " STP " like additives are . Ingredient(s) CAS Number % (by weight) -------------------------------------------- ------------- ------------- SYNTHETIC LUBRICATING OIL 68037-01-4 57.0- 67.0 LUBE OIL ADDITIVE 11138-60-6 6.0- 16.0 ALIPHATIC PETROLEUM DISTILLATES 64742-65-0 2.0- 12.0 ORGANOMOLYBDENUM COMPLEX IN PETROLEUM PROCES 1.0- 10.0 MIXED ALKYL BORATE ESTERS 1.0- 6.0 ZINC COMPOUNDS 68649-42-3 1.0- 10.0 CRUDE OIL HYDROCARBONS (INDISC) 8002-05-9 1.0- 10.0 [ January 13, 2004, 09:08 AM: Message edited by: Motorbike ]
 
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I would like to try the Synpower Engine Treatment, but cannot find it anywhere. Most stores have the Synpower Oil Treatment, but that stuff is thick like STP.
 
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I got the free maxlife. I am going to use the valvoline maxlife engine protector this summer to thicken it up. check the voa on it. it has 479 ppm of moly [Big Grin]
 
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