Dino doesn't sludge engines, poor maint and poor design sludge engines.
DINO OIL ABSOLUTELY CAN SLUDGE UP AN ENGINES!--POOR MAINTENANCE SIMPLY EXACERBATES THE PROCESS!
Have you been reading all the proof I gave?
I have done this E-X-A-C-T experiment BELOW----------Have you,AD. I know how to make sludge/varnish........USE DINO OIL!!
The above sludged up beaker on the right cannot be replicated using Synlube...........I tried,and could not even make slight Varnish,and I cooked the synlube to well over 500-F-----I ignited it at one point from the intense heat I put to it!!
I challenge any of the so-called Tribologist experts on this thread to Try it!
Just a reminder of this link too!
Notice that even the Amsoil test tube has at least some sludge/varnish,the synlube heat/cook test I performed yielded no sludge/varnish!
If you changed your 'DINO' oil 'every day',you would still have some sludge/varnish in the rings and ring lands.!! The oil is cooked and baked in that region and the carbonized deposits are abrasive and will cause increased wear---you won't see with Synlube!