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Using Synthetic Oil in Flat Tappet Engines
I am the original owner of a 1971 Oldsmobile 442 W30. I recently completed a complete frame off restoration. The engine (455 cid) was remanufactured by Jasper Engines in their authentic program. I hav...
The Mobil 1™ formulation we offer in a 10W-40 viscosity grade is our High Mileage product. Since your engine has just been rebuilt, this may not be the right selection for you. For your Oldsmobile, we...
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.
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.
What Oil to Use in a Nissan 370Z?
I would like to use Mobil 1 5W-30 ESP formula not for its strict compliance with emission control systems (as designed) but because it has the ACEA A3 HTHS rating which exceeds the rating on non ESP f...
All three products are outstanding synthetic oils but if it is HT/HS that you are looking for then the Mobil 1 ESP Formula 5W-30 product will provide what you want. We believe the manufacturer recomme...
Correct Motor Oil Viscosity for Cars with Hydraulic Lifters
Will your Mobil 1™ 15W-50 give my '67 Corvette and my '62 Skylark with a recent rebuilt engine the proper lubrication for the hydraulic lifters sliding on the cam?
The short answer is yes. Mobil 1™ 15W-50 has a higher level of phosphorus (zinc) preferred for older sliding valve trains in higher performance vehicles.
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