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That is interesting. I have an article from a few years back from Road and Track all about different oils and specific applications. They go into using highly detergent, anti-oxidant oils (which are designed for deisel apps) in a classic car's rebuilt engine. The author thought for newly rebuilt engine on an occasional driver that this made a lot of sense - but not for an older engine, as the detergents might actually cause some new oil leaks.
I thought it was pretty insightful - if I remember on Monday (it's in a file at the office) I'll post it. Dickson

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