Lucas Oil - in noisy transmission?
Tue, 18 Mar 2003 11:14:02 -0500
The internet is a very powerful and helpful tool as everyone who has
used this list to track down a problem knows. But at the same time
anyone can start up their own WEB site, do a few 'studies' and publish
Is this site recognized by any official testing agency? Were there any
witnesses to the claims made? Do the photos tell the whole story? For
example even though the full synthetic didn't appear to be climbing the
gears, does that mean that they weren't coated and fully protected? Can
we be sure that the lighter colour was air entrapped in the oil, or is
it possible that the synthetic oil has simply changed colour due to the
addition of Lucas?
I have no connection with Lucas, but many people speak highly of their
products. I have used the Injection cleaner and their various products
to renew worn seals in the engine, transmission and power steering. They
appear to work for me, but like 'BOBISTHEOILGUY' I did not use rigorous
scientific methods either :-)
R Mangas wrote:
> Never used it but there's an interesting evaluation in this thread:
> Click on 'THE STORY ON ADDITIVES' link- the lucas seems to promote air
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>> Subject: Lucas Oil - in noisy transmission?
>> Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2003 07:53:38 -0700
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>> Has anybody used Lucas Oil products?
>> The Oil Stabilizer is of interest for me. I have slightly noisy
>> and I'm wondering if the oil stabilizer or any other stuff could make it
>> quieter. On the other hand this stuff is pretty heavy and what is
>> going to
>> the performance under low temperatures?
>> What is the importance of using GL 4- is it mandatory (for additives) for
>> bronze synchros ?
>> Or because in mid =9180 there was no GL 5 to be specified in owner=92s
>> 86 4kq
>> 1. http://www.LucasOil.com
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