quote:Originally posted by Tim Vipond:Where has he proven it? And if so, why don't the 2 cycle and auto manufacturers recommend it? He says he has a report, but has yet to produce it. You said it decreased your mpg and performance. Which anonymous anecdote should we believe? Why do gasoline companies go to great pains to remove oil from gasoline if it works so well?quote:Originally posted by ADFD1:quote:Originally posted by Trajan:
Then there is no point in you being here, is there.
quote:Originally posted by Tim Vipond:
Why don't you stay on topic and tell us more how 2 cycle oil decreased your MPG and performance?
Tim I'm very happy to report TCW3 is performing as Sarge has proven time and time again. MMO works very well too. You are totally clueless.
Read Tim: "Tim I'm very happy to report TCW3 is performing as Sarge has proven time and time again". Let me try English. "I am happy to report"......... I = me Tim............
Like to play with words like you did with your email to Shell? The email could easily have been understood to mean adding TCW3 to the crankcase. But you hand picked the wording, very calculated to generate the answer you wanted. I already mentioned that though. Oil companies also have to worry about the legal side of their businesses, so they won't suggest TCW3 being added to gas. Think out of the box Tim, it might help you shill more Amsoil. Then go to the LS1 board and let the guys know how you feel about the TCW3 being added to gas, how it reduces mpg, ruins, cats, and anything else you can muster.
Time to go, enjoy the evening guys!
Tim you said this: Where has he proven it? And if so, why don't the 2 cycle and auto manufacturers recommend it?
If everyone listened to the auto manufactures they'd use API certified oil. That would hurt sales of SSO and ASM since Amsoil won't pay for the certs. They just claim it exceeds it.