GulfTEC Full Synthetic dexos1 5w-30 Motor Oil

GulfTEC Full Synthetic dexos1 5w-30 Motor Oil
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GulfTEC Premium Full Synthetic dexos1 5w-30 Gasoline Engine Oil

GulfTEC Premium Full Synthetic dexos1 5w-30 Motor Oil is an premium, full synthetic automotive engine oil lubricant particularly formulated to meet the most critical performance requirements outlined in dexos1™ Gen 3 specification for gasoline-fueled General Motors vehicles. GulfTEC® Full Synthetic produce enhanced vehicle performance in addition to low speed preignition (LSPI) protection, specifically for small displacement turbo-charged engines. This new generation engine oil provides significant turbocharger and piston cleanliness and enhanced fuel efficiency. 

GulfTEC Premium Full Synthetic dexos1 Motor Oil  is recommended for use in Gasoline-fueled General Motor vehicles. It is completely backwards compatible making it a perfect option for previous model year vehicles produced by GM.


  • Passenger cars:
    Gasoline-fueled, flex-fuel
  • Light-duty trucks
  • Sports utility vehicles
  • Gasoline-electric hybrids where OEM specifies 
    SAE 0W-20, 5W-20, or 5W-30 Engine Oils

Performance Characteristics

  • Incredible anti-wear performance
  • Low-Speed Pre-Ignition (LSPI) Protection
  • Fully Backwards Compatible
  • Significant turbocharger and piston cleanliness
  • Increased fuel efficiency
  • Exceeds ILSAC GF-6A requirements for new cars under warranty

Specifications & Approvals

  • API SP, SN Plus, SN, SM
  • ILSAC GF-6A, GF-5
  • Ford WSS-M2C960-A1
  • Ford WSS-M2C961-A1
  • Ford WSS-M2C962-A1
  • FCA US LLC - Chrysler MS-6395
  • GM 6094**
  • Toyota/Honda


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