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Kendall GT-1 High Performance 5w-20 | 12/32oz Case

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25.00 LBS
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Kendall GT-1 HP W/Ti 5w-20, API SN, 12/32 ounce bottles, is a premium quality, part-synthetic automotive engine oil designed to provide excellent engine protection for gasoline-fueled and flex-fuel passenger cars and light trucks under all operating conditions. It also has the following benefits:

  • Exceeds ILSAC GF-5 requirements for new cars under warranty
  • Part-synthetic formulation provides enhanced performance benefits compared with conventional engine oils
  • Exclusive Liquid Titanium protection additive provides extra wear protection and improved fuel economy
  • Excellent resistance to viscosity and thermal breakdown at high temperatures
  • Protects against sludge and varnish formation
  • 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
  • Formulated to protect turbochargers and emission control 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
  • Four-stroke cycle gasoline engines in other mobile or stationary equipment

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  1. 5 Star Review Very good oil

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    I did a lot of research on Synthetic motor oil vs Conventional oil. From what I see is any oil that has one drop of synthetic oil can be called fully synthetic. I have used Mobil 1, Valvoline and Pennzoil fully synthetic oils in both my wife’s 2011 Hyundai sonata and my 2008 4.6 explorer. What I researched is conversional oil has more natural thickness to the oil then synthetic oil. So just my opinion is synthetic might seeps through the seals, pistons more since it’s so thin vs conversional oil. Before every oil change with so called fully synthetic off the shelf oil I was always ¼ to ½ a quart short at every oil change. After using Kendall semi synthetic high mileage which is probably almost all conventional motor oil, after 4000 miles both my wife’s and my explorer dipsticks show full. Explain that? If you want true 100% synthetic oil you need to buy amsiol but who can really afford that. It may just be me, but the off the shelf so called fully synthetic oils burn away in both my cars. After using Kendall high mileage and 5000 miles later the dipstick shows full. Maybe semi synthetic will work just as good for you. That’s just my experience I’m not a mechanic

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