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If the major oil companies could make a better oil, oil additive, or oil +
additive, they would! And they have! It is in our engines already!
David (a chemical engineer)
> >> The underlying question is: would it have lasted just as long with
> regular oil changes.
> >> If you notice the best chemical/petrol engineers do not make the
> additives. Only the fringe ones do.
> >> One more little tidbit to think about. Why would the oil manufactorors
> not make additives if they could make a >> buck on it?
> >> Pat Martin
> >> 864000csq turbo, 2 1/2 cat back, H&R-Boge, MC and loving it. Drilled
> and stopping it. Koenig Cobra 16x7 with >> Yokohama A520's turning it, K&N
> and uh....
> >> 84 4000sq NEW. AKA: The beater.
> >> 95 subaru legacy
> >> Bothell, Wa
> The oil changes were regular @3000 miles, I just wasn't worried that it was
> 3001 or 3100.
> Also I didn't know that unlike the software industry, all the best Chem
> Engineers stay working for the big companies where all their ideas are
> sucked up and spit out instead of the engineers striking out on their
> The oil manufacturers do...Castrol makes Syntex, and claim the same kind of
> no oil in the engine performance that the additives do.
> 91 V8Q, 90 Stealth R/T