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In my old 5ks I tried Duralube. Felt a different for one week. My dad
overheated the motor and cracked the head on it a few weeks later and that
was that for claims of being able to run it without oil and water. On my
5ksT, I had to change the original turbo with a new one. I went through
the summer, babied it, cooled it, etc. The oil smoke started once again.
Put in this stuff I saw a Nat'l Wholesale Liquidators called superlube
(like the spray). 2.97 a quart. 1.97 at Job lot. I must say that I was
surprised. It's cheap enough to add at every oil change. The turbo spools
noticeably faster and smoother. I was worried that I might clog the
filter. Sofar no problems with them. As far as teflon not bonding at under
400 degrees, I think that the bearing temps in a turbo might exceed that.
Forgot to mention that the oil smoking has stopped completely. I haoped
that the stuff will build up around the bearings and seals and it did.
Have to specify that it is SUPER LUBE ENGINE TREATMENT. Not thye spray.
'84 5ksT 1.8 bar