What condition is it that you are trying to improve (with Slick 50)? I cant'
say I'm familiar with its (purported) benefits.
on 3/20/02 6:34 AM, Bill Saidel at email@example.com wrote:
> Springtime and oil change calls.
> Oh learned mechanics, here is my question.
> Putting synthetic in a 60,000 mile engine probably does not make sense.
> 20W-50 is the norm, but what about something like Slick 50. The engine has
> a 54,000 mile history that I don't know. It does mildly leak from the rear
> seal (although significantly less since I added some anonymous seal
> swelling additive). I don't want to pull the engine until I have to and
> would like to delay that as long as possible.
> Is there any positive advantage or negative disadvantage to using an
> additive like Slick 50?
'66 MGB GHN3L76149
If you're near Mountain View, CA,
it's the primer red one with chrome wires
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