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Old 25th April 2005, 13:19   #1
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Check this out .. Dont know how far this is true ... Wish we could get SynLube for our Ride's ..... :-) Fill & Forget ....

http://www.synlube.com/faq.htm
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Firstly, the webpage is soo annoying 'cos of the format and the stupid music doesn't help.

I haven't heard of a lubricant that'll last as long as 15000Miles. Frankly, i wouldn't be willing to take a risk on my car.
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I wouldnt take a risk either ..... Just posted for Information ... :-)
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Whatever be the quality of the lube, the purpose of changing the oil after say 5000 or 10000 kms is to drain out the small metal particles along with the oil. This will improve engine life to a great extent.

It is always better to change the oil after 5000 Kms or at the max 10000kms.
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