Kendall GT-1 Endurance W/Ti, 5w-30, API SN Plus | 12/32 Ounce Bottles

Kendall GT-1 Endurance W/Ti, 5w-30, API SN Plus | 12/32 Ounce Bottles
25.00 LBS

Kendall GT-1 Endurance W/Ti,  5w-30, API SN Plus, 12/32 ounce bottles, is a premium quality, part-synthetic automotive engine oil specially designed for use in gasoline-fueled vehicles with more than 75,000 miles. It also is recommended for use in lower-mileage vehicles, including new cars under warranty. It also has the following benefits:

  • Meets ILSAC GF-5 requirements for new cars under warranty
  • Part-synthetic formulation provides enhanced protection against deposit formation and oil thickening compared with conventional engine oils
  • Exclusive Liquid Titanium protection additive provides extra wear protection and improved fuel economy
  • Proprietary SealMax seal conditioner helps recondition and revitalize engine seals to reduce oil consumption and leaks
  • Protects against rust and bearing corrosion
  • Low volatility for reduced oil consumption
  • Excellent low-temperature pumpability for protection during cold starts
  • Highly resistant to foaming
  • Helps maximize engine performance and minimize exhaust smoke
  • Formulated to protect turbochargers and emission system catalysts
  • Formulated for use in vehicles operating on ethanol-containing fuels up to E85


  • Gasoline-fueled and flex-fuel passenger cars, light trucks and sport utility vehicles, especially those with more than 75,000 miles

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  • 5
    Generator Honey

    Posted by Mark's Electrical Service on Dec 11 2019

    All we use for our customer generators and it holds up really great in air-cooled and liquid-cooled engines from 400cc to 6.8L, comes out just like it goes in. Clean and doesn't break down. We also use it in our trucks.

  • 5

    Posted by Mark on Mar 13 2018

    I thought it was time to go with a high mileage oil. My truck has over 100000 miles. Figured with the great price, I could change my own oil.

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