[Biturbos4] Switching from dino to synth - lifter prob?
centaurus3200 at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 16 11:00:08 EST 2004
i've heard that synthetic is too slippery for it's own
good. the fact that it does not leave deposits and
doesn't "stick" to rotating parts is a problem.
again, i'm not a mechanic, but more knowledgeable
people have said that synthetic creates more "metal on
metal" issues when you cold start a car.
in SHOs, many have said that it is a cause for spun
rod bearings. i think some may have to do with the
synthetic, but not much. mainly, it's people lugging
the car up a hill in 5th gear regularly.
--- Keman <keman at interwolf.net> wrote:
> Hmm... I thought that it also grew some sorta fuzz
> on my palms. I would know
> but I can't tell as I'm recently blind. :P
> Ohyeah.. different kind of oil. :)
> - Keman
> Russell Romano wrote:
> >> Didn't you know that using synthetic oil will
> make you grow a tail?
> >> -Russ
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