It was suggested that I do NOT break my new engine in with synthetic oil, but that I should use conventional oil.
I have heard that too, to use dino oil for the first 1 or 2K. Theory is that it's less slippery and allows quicker bedding-in of moving parts. No idea if there any truth whatsoever in that theory, though. :wink:It was suggested that I do NOT break my new engine in with synthetic oil, but that I should use conventional oil.
Duck walks into an auto parts store; asks the counter guy if they carry Quacker State. Counter guys says sure..but how is a duck going to pay for the oil? Duck replies.. I was hoping you could put it on my bill.i would use a blend, like quacker state defy/highmillage and change the oil&filter after 1 day max.
Plus another option. Most of the big name sled guys use this way their not out there to lose. I broke in motors all kinds of ways cant tell one way or the other. One common factor is vary the RPM which I always do. My last truck right to the E Way steady speed but kept switching between 6 5 and 4th gear all the way home. I seem to get better gas mileage over the same run than most now. Did it help IDK