Since the beginning of the API engine oil licensing system, each and every new specification has been considered “backwards compatible.” This is a fancy way of saying the newest oil is as good as or better than the previous oil.
Scientists are advancing the chemistry of lubricants at an amazing rate. But be careful. Not all of these “advancements” are actually good for your engine.
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Have you ever wondered when was the correct time to change your vehicles oil or if you should use a break-in oil? In this tech article you will find the answer to some of the most commonly asked questions about your vehicles oil.
If you want to start an argument among car guys just bring up the topic of motor oil. Near religious fervor accompanies these “discussions,” but there never seems to be a resolution to the eternal question of “which is the best oil?” Each person’s favorite brand seems to have provided “good luck” when it comes to lubrication. But how can this be?
Every year the American Petroleum Institute (API) purchases motor oil from many different locations and tests it to confirm the quality. Through its research the API found that oils bottled and sold in quart- and gallon-sized containers were almost always exactly as marked, but when it came to larger bulk quantities—sold in barrels and larger containers—the oil didn’t match the advertised specs an amazing 20 percent of the time.
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