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05-25-2013 08:20 PM
vinniekq2 do you know the clearances the engine was built to have? I usually use royal purple or Lucas or other decent oil and I use 10-40 or better ever since I owned a rotary.
05-25-2013 05:16 PM
techinspector1
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Originally Posted by Catfish11 View Post
I can see running 10-30 in tx with a engine from tech but how would that translate over to a run of the mill rebuild?
I see no use for anything other than 10W30 in a street driver. It's a multi-graded oil that can change characteristics with temp changes.
05-25-2013 03:50 PM
Catfish11 I can see running 10-30 in tx with a engine from tech but how would that translate over to a run of the mill rebuild?
05-25-2013 02:14 PM
Babyburr Yeah, you are right, sir! I've been there before. I think 10W-30 should be fine.
Thanks
05-25-2013 02:03 PM
techinspector1 You just think it's hot. Hot is in Phoenix. I lived there for 30 years and ran only 10W30 all the time.
05-25-2013 01:52 PM
Babyburr
Texas Oil

After my break in, I'm going to use VR1 Racing oil. Now, here is my question, it gets really, really hot down here. How many of ya think I should use the 20-50 weight, or the 10-30 weight??

Thanks for your thoughts

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