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05/13/2012
Best Oil for an Air Cooled VW Engine
What is the best oil to run in an air cooled VW engine? I have a high-performance type 1 air cooled VW engine in a Dune Buggy and have been running Mobil 1™ 15W-50. But I recently asked a few people I...
Mobil 1 15W-50 is a fine choice for your VW air cooled engine.  Alternately, Mobil 1 Racing 0W-50 is specifically tuned for the extreme environments of high performance racing engines.
05/13/2012
What Can be Done to Stop Engine Knocking?
I have engine knock only on startup for the first minute or two; cold or hot weather. I am currently using Mobil 1™ 5W-20 in my 2009 Honda Pilot. Will switching to 0W-20 full synthetic quiet the knock...
Regarding the engine knock, moving to a slightly lower viscosity oil may not solve this issue. We suggest you consult with your mechanic to ensure there are no underlying mechanical issues.
05/10/2012
How to Stop Oil Burning in a Turbo Engine
I have a k24/k20 turbo Honda. Been running Mobil 1™ 10W-30, and considering switching to Mobil 1 15W-50 to stop oil burning, and to protect the new motor with the zinc additive. Motor has about 1500 m...
Mobil 1 15W-50 is our race-proven technology, specifically formulated with a high zinc content and high viscosity to protect the extreme environments of high performance engines.
05/08/2012
What Causes Spikes in Oil Pressure?
Why do we see spikes in the automotive gasoline engine lubrication oil pressure during cold weather?
If referring to the initial oil pressure at start-up, this is because the oil has thickened overnight, and pressure will likely not be in steady until the oil reaches normal operating temperature. Syn...
05/08/2012
Does Too Fine of Filtration Filter Out Oil Additives?
Can too fine a filtration, as in 3 to 5 micron, cause damage by filtering out some important additives in Mobil 1™ or conventional oils?
Filtration at 3- 5 microns is approaching the critical limit for certain engine oil additive components. For example, anti-foamant is added to the oil to prevent foaming; this molecule is physically s...
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