That's a good notion, Kimosabe!February 2 2004 at 6:50 PM
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|Paul Lovett (Login Paul_Lovett)|
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Response to Rubbing and "hammering" on that cam
Seriously, that's a geat idea. I used synthetic in my last motor, but it wasn't Amsoil. A 0W30 would make me a little nervous. A 20W50 would be fine. I wouldn't mind a 10W40 either if Amsoil carries it. I'll check their site.
I'm definitely a believer when it comes to using quality oil. I don't think non-synthetic can do the same job even if the oil change intervals are short and religiously done. Amen, Brother!
How long in your opinion should I wait to let the motor break in before switching to Amsoil? My cam is already broken in as I installed it in my last motor right before I took it apart. The rings and bearings in the new motor are all fresh, though.