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Relative Viscosity Retention
0 mi 800 mi 1500 mi 2500 mi type

Mobil1 100% 86.6% 83.0% 79.1% syn/auto
Castrol Syntec 100% 78.1% 74.5% Not tested syn/auto
Castrol GTX 100% 72.2% 68.0% " " pet/auto
Honda HP4 100% 69.2% 65.6% " " syn/MC
Spectro 4 100% 68.0% 63.9% " " pet/MC

I found this on this guys site ....
http://www.trail.com/~jrabe/
more specific.. http://www.trail.com/~jrabe/oil.html

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Great info. but Viscosity retention is not all that matters.

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To me it does :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

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Anything's bound to be better than that Husky oil that Squids' been using :eek:

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Aril, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by RUG BURN:
Anything's bound to be better than that Husky oil that Squids' been using :eek:

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LMAO!! :D :D


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Viscocity retention is all that matters when you are putting the oil in your hair. Use the thickest stuff you can so that hair will stay really slick and greasy. Just don't use too much you'll outshine that carbon fiber. ;)




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