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This is a discussion on Been testing Oil within the GTO forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Originally Posted by Racer-X No, upper cylinder, piston and ring wear. Your basically lubricating the top end. Yes that point ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Racer-X View Post
    No, upper cylinder, piston and ring wear. Your basically lubricating the top end.
    Yes that point has been clearly made. I am still lost on your point(s) your trying to make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge View Post
    Yes that point has been clearly made. I am still lost on your point(s) your trying to make.
    Don't worry Old Man we all get confused sometimes.

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    Whats the deal with all these ____-X people making wierd claims??

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    Troll? I dunno....but it is painfully obvious he is just fucking around with silly ass post.
    Sorry about your Grandmother Tuner...you've had a tough year....

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    No not FUCKIN' around, nor a troll!! You do seem to get lost easily. With all these miles your rackin' up I'm tryin' to understand what sientific method your using, if any. Hence the questions I've asked. It's just as frustrating on my end when I can't get a straight answer.

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    Have you actually tried using this method?? If not then I suggest you try and SEE the results. You can ask anyone who has used it.. IT DOES WORK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Racer-X View Post
    No not FUCKIN' around, nor a troll!! You do seem to get lost easily. With all these miles your rackin' up I'm tryin' to understand what sientific method your using, if any. Hence the questions I've asked. It's just as frustrating on my end when I can't get a straight answer.
    Well if your question made any sense at all maybe somebody could answer it friend. We are talking about a fuel add here and you've gone off on some left field oil change interval as it relates to UOA's and the collection methodology. Flush run versus testing of the first sample etc. You keep asking about the engine oil and UOA's and I am at a loss as to where your coming from so I cannot answer your question. Cuz I dont know what in the hell your talking about frankly. A guy ask about the effect of the 2stroke oil on the engine oil and I answered it in detail giving my latest UOA as a data reference and plainly and clearly stated I gave credit for the lower wear metals to Shaeffers. I also have stated clearly and plainly the 2stroke oil does clean the top end....no doubt....but has no effect on the TBN nor the UOA of the engine oil. So your original question has been answered but you keep posting and going all over everywhere with this engine oil UOA issue you have. Search "oil" or "UOA" and you will find miles of post/threads and data to your hearts desire......this thread isn't about that and I'll say one more time.....the test mules have made no changes to their OCI's and we have only seen lower wear metals/fuel dilution etc. in their UOA's./ But (and this is important) nobody expected nor have seen any significant changes that would require any adjustment to their OCI's.

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    sorry for the dumb question. but what does OCI stand for?

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    Well put. You started an informative thread predicated on the cleaning ability of outboard motor oil when used as an upper cylinder lube. You reported your findings, as well as other members, that the cleaning benefits have increased milage, reduced misfirings, provided cleaner valve stems, and cleaner injectors.

    As an ancillary finding, you also noted that wear metal ppms also appear to have fallen in some cases. That these falling ppms maybe attributable to the outboard oil treatments since there were no other notable variables, except for the Schaffer oil, which was accounted for. The findings are presented for forum members benefit and were not performed under strict control analysis.

    The thread, in my opinion, suggests you want to try outboard oil as an Upper Cylinder Lube (UPL) instead of the more costly Lucas UCL. It is being presented here for its informative value, and not as some empirical chemical analysis. This is not a moon shot, but rather an informative article from a guy who has time and over demonstated his knowledge of lubricants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge View Post
    Well if your question made any sense at all maybe somebody could answer it friend. We are talking about a fuel add here and you've gone off on some left field oil change interval as it relates to UOA's and the collection methodology. Flush run versus testing of the first sample etc. You keep asking about the engine oil and UOA's and I am at a loss as to where your coming from so I cannot answer your question. Cuz I dont know what in the hell your talking about frankly. A guy ask about the effect of the 2stroke oil on the engine oil and I answered it in detail giving my latest UOA as a data reference and plainly and clearly stated I gave credit for the lower wear metals to Shaeffers. I also have stated clearly and plainly the 2stroke oil does clean the top end....no doubt....but has no effect on the TBN nor the UOA of the engine oil. So your original question has been answered but you keep posting and going all over everywhere with this engine oil UOA issue you have. Search "oil" or "UOA" and you will find miles of post/threads and data to your hearts desire......this thread isn't about that and I'll say one more time.....the test mules have made no changes to their OCI's and we have only seen lower wear metals/fuel dilution etc. in their UOA's./ But (and this is important) nobody expected nor have seen any significant changes that would require any adjustment to their OCI's.
    So sarge how often do you change your blinker fluid? im trying this this week. its cool in a deisel with 260k on it right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 440 rwhp trans am View Post
    So sarge how often do you change your blinker fluid? im trying this this week. its cool in a deisel with 260k on it right?

    ^^^^LMAO That's a great avatar! I guess only us Southpark fans get that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardball75006 View Post
    ^^^^LMAO That's a great avatar! I guess only us Southpark fans get that one.
    first time i noticed it i just about fell off of chair laughing

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardball75006 View Post
    ^^^^LMAO That's a great avatar! I guess only us Southpark fans get that one.
    yeah i found that pic about 6-7 years ago and have always loved it.

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    Heres an update.... my parent's 99 Dodge Grand Caravan with over 130k on it has gone through 4 tanks of gas with the treatment; it starts up in 1/5th the time (on one turnover instead of 5 now) and has averaged 4mpg better on a 182-mile trip to and from the beach. This is really great. Im sure once the Goat cycles through a couple more tanks, I'll be seeing some benefits. Thanks again for the write-up

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    Quote Originally Posted by 440 rwhp trans am View Post
    So sarge how often do you change your blinker fluid? im trying this this week. its cool in a deisel with 260k on it right?
    I use the blinker fluid for my meth injection kit on the blown Silverado so I add the 1/2 gallon about every third tankful.

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    Lets hear results. And dont forget....only TC W3 rated 2stroke oil.

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    i noticed a lot smoother idle on my 98 ss with 14xxxxx miles on it after a few tanks. Not sure about gas my drivings no where near consistent to track, I was going to just drive to work and back with it and nowhere else but I just got my hp tuner and put a tune i found for a car with similar mods on so wouldn't be accurate. All in all felt much smoother even before the tune and at the price it's not an issue at all to put in thanx sarge.

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