Do we have PROOF that there is at least 1200ppm of ZDDP
in the Castrol. I use the Castrol in the wife's '06 Sonata.
B cam and lifters are so tender as to steer me away from
putting anything w/ less than the 1200 ppm in a B engine
and very hesitant about doing so in any flat tappet motor.
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Subject: Re: [Mgs] New Classic Car Oil ?
> Castrol Syntec 20W50 is the oil I plan to start using this fall in my
> and Spitfire.
> I called Castrol Canada earlier this summer and at that time they told it
> was not available in Canada. I happen to live on the border with the
> States so shall venture over and pick up a case.
> Personally, I wouldn't use racing oil in a non-racing car. Racing oil
> not have the additive package that a normal oil does because racing oil is
> designed for a completely different "environment" than non-racing oil and
> will not give the same level of protection.
> 1973 MGBGT
> 1980 Spitfire
> From: "Eugene Balinski" <email@example.com>
> Subject: [Mgs] New Classic Car Oil ?
> Saw this on one of the Brit car sites. Does anyone have anymore info ?
> Supposedly available in Canada at this
> Castrol Syntec 20w-50 / NEW!
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