25W/60, extra thick for those sloppy, worn-out bearing tolerances.
Perfect for hiding the rod knock until you can pike it off on some poor bastard on craigslistkeeping your vehicle in tip-top shape for years to come!
Watch, we'll find out this is someone's name...
Kim Shitbox, of the New South Wales Shitboxes, started Shitbox Oil thirty years ago with an inheritance from his uncle Walter Shitbox. Destitution had followed Kim for his entire life, but it wasn't until his uncle's burial that he finally had a lucky break. While preparing the plot for his uncle to be interned in, on the family's ancestral cemetery, next to the Shitbox mausoleum, Kim stuck a vein of oil, and used the funds from his inheritance to found the Shitbox Oil Company.
I've been that poor bastard, but I also have made a poor bastard of my own.
It's the ciiiiirrrrrccle of liiiiife
Wow a full 5L not 4.78L
Highly doubtful. Nobody on reddit knows Jack Schitt.
Nooo! It's treacle. Perfect for all the ponies hiding away in that engine.
The newest motorcycle in my collection just turned 30, so full synthetics aren't as beneficial as you might think.
Plus, most of my motorcycles have an auto-refreshing oil system that purges a small amount of oil each time you park it. Helps to keep the oil clean and the concrete dirty ;)
Use it! With your special shitbox!
LIMITED TIME ONLY! Buy two bottles get complimentary can of
well I mean I run 20w50 in my motorcycle but it's air-cooled and a grumpy bitch when it gets hot...
Dat word art.
As more of an IT person, is this oil for Dell machines?
Except they use the better 20 oz pints.
Nah, this is for HPs.
You've got a long way to go:
When its warm, its closer to 15-20 PSI.
This is a extra heavy mineral based oil to suit older vehicles
4.78L = 1.26274241 Gallons or 5.05097 quarts, so its likely often rounded to 5 quarts, which makes sense
1 quart = 2 pints. A citizen of the United Kingdom ought to understand pints.
It means that I don't know who you are. I don't know what you want. If you are looking for ransom, I can tell you I don't have money. But what I do have are a very particular set of skills; skills I have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make me a nightmare for people like you. If you let my motor oil go now, that'll be the end of it. I will not look for you, I will not pursue you. But if you don't, I will look for you, I will find you, and I will kill you.
Lucas oil stabilizer?
Must be related to that family here in America, the Schitts. I knew Jack Schitt once....
It's running. Note the RPM start at 500 and the needle is just above that (idles at about 600 in drive once warm), the temp and voltage gauges are also both at the correct idle levels.
You may want to look at a full synthetic 40 weight like Rotella T6. Conventional oils will not stay 50 weight for very long in use.
Spend the $25 for an oil analysis, I think you'll be surprised.