Cool stuff guys! Glad it came up.
Why is that?
I had a customer that had a 85 caprice and had always used syn. HE ended up with it at a demolition derby and the rad got knocked open, lost the coolant. He had kept going util he got hung up or something. Afterwards he had started it back up in the pits and wanted to see how long it would take to blow it up. I honestly can't remember how long but he had it full throttle for a fair amount of time and ended up having to shut it down by the track officials so it never blew.
I have heard that the engines do stay clean inside, but for the average person. Is it worth it?
On 100,000 miles there are possibly 33 old changes done and at an additional cost of $25 per change
comes out to $833. So they run it that long then switch over to conventional. Would that sound like good insurance?
Thursday, August 27th, 2009 AT 10:45 PM