Discussion in 'Non Technical' started by Gunwarm, May 13, 2017.
:br: http://www.penriteoil.com.au/products/fuels/racing/racing-20w-60-100-pao-ester :zlove:
And the point?
Tell me why this is a good oil.
why is it even in Z related?
Too thick bro
My shelf is stocked with it and KN oil filters
You can never have to much of a good thing :br::zlove::rolleyes2: :agree:
If you read it you will get your answer
Easy answer I put it in my Z32 TT JDM Slick Top 2+0 I do own one :br: Happy day Mike
The only thing that oil is good for is for painting wooden fences............
I bet you buy home brand oil :rofl:
Clearly, you have NO CLUE who you are insulting...:bash:
Take BOTH hands off your Nether Regions and look for the nearest exit!:W::br:
Lay off the bong water.
Its a two way street Twat
I will, if you promise to wear Boxing Gloves 24/7(you're doing serious, noticeable damage to your intellectual prowess, without them...):br:
And STILL, you insist on going the WRONG WAY???:bash::br:
Chili that wasn't directed at you.
All Good! No hard feelings Mate.:zlove::rofl:
Haha I had my finger on the delete button as I was reading through this but Lloyd I think that rejoinder about sums it up! Very well played.
Well they tell me you run this show Rob,so in fair play why don't you start at my post from the top and take a look at who starts crap.Now I don't know about you but there is a lot of pets on here.How about fair play ? Yes you can hit that delete button,you can ban me.But both you and I know that's the wrong way to go.You can check all my post,and you don't need a brain to see who starts shit.Now are you up to do the right thing ?
I bet you have a stash .Just to let you know I have never drank,smoke,done drugs, (Ever) that is very rare,but that's me :rolleyes2:
All the hate aside, I would have loved to get some tech info here.
IMO, on the cursory look I had (yes, I did read it), that's a pretty high spec oil for what is essentially a relatively low tech engine.
I've always been in the camp of using a suitable oil, changed regularly.
That ACEA A3/B3 spec is suited for extended drain periods of up to 20,000km iirc... way longer service interval than most here would ever dream of.
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