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Old 10-28-2008, 07:26 PM   #1
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We currently have Eneos oil in stock and are the only dealer in Arizona.

We have:
0W-50, 0W-20, 5W-20, 5W-30 ,5W-40, ATF, CVTF(for cars equipped with continuously variable transmissions)

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ENEOS Motor Oil 0W50 is the ultimate 100% synthetic oil for gasoline engines. Applying the advanced oil technology developed for auto racing by the Nippon Oil Corporation, this motor oil has an ultra wide 0W-50 viscosity range, so it provides outstanding performance from the very coldest to the very highest temperatures. ENEOS Motor Oil 0W50 is especially suited for sports cars with large engine displacements and high outputs.
Price is $12 a quart. Shipping is probably around $15 for a case of 6.






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Old 10-28-2008, 07:41 PM   #2
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What are your recommendations when it comes to synthetics and rotaries?
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I've never put synthetic in my FC before since it's had bad oil rings for over a year now, no sense in wasting money. However, I have had a few friends run it in their rotaries and they have liked it. Most synthetics now-a-days are really good and I don't see a problem with running it in rotaries. But then again, it comes down to preference. A lot of people still say dino oil only for rotaries while others have since switched to synthetic. However, on my new motor, I think I am going to try synthetic and see how it goes.
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