Hi guys, i know this is already an old thread, but would like to know if you guys know MOTUL Classic 20W50 oil. It seems to be made for cars from 50īs to 80īs, but i canīt find a thing regarding the ZDDP level.
Sofar also couldnīt find any additive with ZDDP.
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Motul Classic Performance 20w50 High-Zinc Motor Oil, 1 Quart
This is a specially formulated oil for flat tappet engines such as Porsche 356. It's a mineral based multigrade, middle detergent level, and rated at 20w50. API spec is SF/CC. ZDDP level is above 1250 ppm to protect lifter and camshaft surfaces. Package is 1 quart.
Thanks Ray. The Motul sold here comes in a bit different package and doesnīt show anything regarding the high zinc contents. It is specially formulated for 50-80 cars, so most probably should be right. Just send a message to Motul Brazil to be sure its the right stuff. ZDDP additive i canīt find anywhere overhere.
Mobile-1 Full Synth all the (4 whl ) veh's
change once yr regardless of mi (5 mi or 15k)
I do change the fltrs in the Saturn & S10 once
10/30 in the 390
5/30 in the Saturn
15/50 in the S-10 4.3 V6 (Hi mi 189K)
Ran 5/30 in the Mtr Hm - Ford V10
Run Amsoil 20/50 in the Harley's
About 9-10K on the engine, 88K on the car
Winter it might hit 30 F, summer 80sF
I'm at sea level
usually 10-30 but 10-40 also
Various mileages but convert. no matter what.
High Temp 95
Low temp -20 But low temp is immaterial as birds go to sleep in the winter
Sun Prairie, Wi
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