Perhaps a better question is, "How do you keep Castrol Syntec (or any
other oil) in a Triumph?" My son suggested that he was going to start
putting synthetic oil in his Mk2 Spit. My answer to him went something
like this, "At the cost of synthetic oil you would be foolish to run
that until you figure out how to keep it from oiling the driveway."
If you have that licked, it can't hurt.
Gambony, Jim wrote:
> Howdy y'all!
> I'm sure this was probably beat to death before I joined the list...
> What is the feeling on how good Castrol Syntec would be in a
> Triumph? Anyone with "proven"
> negative results? Or comparison with regular GTX?
> This is not a solicitation as to what the best motor oil is for our cars...
> we all know that CASTROL is the only way to go in a British car!
> Nomex (and heavy duty racing oil!) at the ready!
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