I stick to using quality lubricants and change them at their intended interval.
Originally Posted by Kungpaoshizi
1. Letting engine oil sit past it's six-month change requirement risks using its additive pack beyond its intended lifespan. Unless this is checked using an engine oil analysis, its an unnecessary risk.
2. Engine oil lubricants are proprietary formulations and each vendor has a different mix. Using additives is generally frowned upon. As long as the oil is changed according to instructions, additives are largely unnecessary, can cause other problems, and becomes an economic waste.
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Last edited by Eggman; 01-30-2019 at 08:53 AM.
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