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

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

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. Kendall GT-1 HP W/Ti 5w-20, API SN Plus, 12/32 ounce bottles also has the following benefits:

GT-1 High Performance Motor Oil with Liquid Titanium is licensed for:

  • ILSAC GF-5 (except SAE 10W-40, SAE 20W-50)
  • API Service SN Plus with Resource Conserving (except SAE 10W-40 and SAE 20W-50 which are API SN Plus only)

GT-1 High Performance Motor Oil with Liquid Titanium meets or exceeds the requirements of:

  • Chrysler MS-6395
  • Ford WSS-M2C945-A (SAE 5W-20), Ford WSS-M2C945-B1 (SAE 5W-20)
  • Ford WSS-M2C946-A (SAE 5W-30), Ford WSS-M2C946-B1 (SAE 5W-30)
  • Ford WSS-M2C947-A (SAE 0W-20), Ford WSS-M2C947-B1 (SAE 0W-20)
  • GM6094M (obsolete specification)


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  • 5
    same oil as Motorcraft.

    Posted by John on Jun 09 2019

    All Ford performance street cars except The Ford GT comes with this oil. Mustang GT, ST's and RS come with the semi-syn for break-in. After that the switch is made to the Full Syn Motorcraft/Kendall GT 1. Will use the same method for my wife's 2019 Mustang GT/CS Coyote engine, 1500 mile on first change, then at 4K miles go to full Motorcraft/Kendall GT 1 Syn as used on my 2016 Fiesta ST Mountune. BTW the Ford GT comes with Castrol due to being a Race sponsor but keep in mind Ford demands Titanium in their oil so the Castrol now also has Titanium. Recently Pennzoil and Mobil 1 has also added it. Ford did it.....10 years ago!

  • 5
    Great! Product

    Posted by Eddie on Aug 09 2018

    Packing was really nice and neatly in the box I’m excited to see something better in my truck then cheaper motor oil out there. Reading reviews and doing my own research I’m gonna be a lifelong customer!

  • 5
    Very good oil

    Posted by Frank From Philadelphia on May 19 2018

    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

  • 5
    Great Oil

    Posted by Nick on Dec 22 2017

    Best oil that I have used.

  • 5
    Good oil good price

    Posted by None on Dec 12 2017

    Good oil good price

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