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On 2001-08-31 01:52, Andre wrote:
We were told that they were regularly seeing 40,000 mile ZR-1s with engines that had not yet fully broken in because their owners had used Mobil 1 religiously. I like the idea of driving my Bullitt for a long while and still having an engine that is just settling in.
I may really wrong on this but,
1: I thought it would be best to run non-synth oil for the first, say, 6000 miles so the engine can be broken in. I figured synth is too slick to let this happen.
2: I thought we wanted our engines to "break in". Don't they run better once that happens?
Bullitt #2759 Dark Highland Green
Mods: K&N, $7.00 dryer duct ram air, MGW tid-bits, Steeda Tri-Ax Shifter, aluminum driveshaft, CDC sequential taillights.
1969 AMC AMX #7831 390 4-speed Go Pack Hunter Green Metallic
<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: Y2K16T8 on 2001-08-31 11:20 ]</font>