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Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
Kirk the simple fact is you have nothing...some people like yourself are just destined for that Kirk, nothing...



You don't even have your sanity left. How long have you been "out" now?? What meds are you on,how much counseling are you receiving. It's not enough apparently.


I would suggest you have a "talk" with your doctor,soon. Meanwhile........just breathe... s-l-o-w-l-y...and deep,nuke
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Originally posted by wickedwiggy:
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Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
Beaten again Kirk?...You have no job, no house, a old vw and a v6 mustang....living large man congrats!!


trying to validate your life on-line?


And yet another oh so insightful comment on oil.

At least my question was answered. Don't hold kirk to the same level. So you're probably a fake account.
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Originally posted by Captain Kirk:
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Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
Kirk the simple fact is you have nothing...some people like yourself are just destined for that Kirk, nothing...



You don't even have your sanity left. How long have you been, "out" now,nuke? What meds are you on,how much counseling are you receiving. It's not enough apparently.


I would suggest you have a "talk" with your doctor,soon. Meanwhile........just breathe... s-l-o-w-l-y...and deep,nuke



Feeling better! Get those meds adjusted,hurry nuke......time is running out!
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Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
Well I'm glad we were able to cut to the truth Kirk you have no job, no home, and a couple of cars one which is a decade old.



Nuke.......,I am glad to see you are talking about yourself,again That's considered quite healthy,mentally speaking of course...for you.

Be sure to get those meds adjusted soon. When you get better........we can discuss going back to work,but first the meds,and then a doctors approval. We can only hope for the best,nuke!

Meanwhile,nuke,stay away from sharp objects!!!
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Originally posted by Trajan:
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Originally posted by wickedwiggy:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
Beaten again Kirk?...You have no job, no house, a old vw and a v6 mustang....living large man congrats!!


trying to validate your life on-line?


oh i am very real, i have been reading your posts for quite some time now. you have issues, major issues. the simple fact is, you are more interested in playing keyboard warrior than anything else. and btw my husband and i know quite a lot about both cars and bikes.my husband is in the automotive industry here in palm beach florida!!!
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Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
I was right...Kirk be careful as you apparently have no future...Thats OK...We knew that already...After all you represent Syngoop...And we all know that has died...Goodnight Kirk...I will see you tomorrow to administer more beatings!!!




If you come back tomorrow,nuke,the only "beatings",will be the ones you receive.

While you are sleeping off those donuts,and resting your now weary mind,I will now be using my Gym membership to maintain my 300 bench press I spoke of earlier. Surfs up! Water is now 73F.


Once we get those mental issues squared away,nuke,we can then work on the Physical issues you have as well,thanks to all those donuts.
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Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
wickedwiggy thanks you answered the question Kirk/hubby is a 'Professional Lube Tech'



you really have a vivid imagination. kirk is not my husband. but only you would think that because i pointed out how moronic you look. oh btw lmao at the beatings quote. you remind me of when i was in grade school. you look like the school yard bully!!!
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Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
Gym membership? I can afford my own equipment Kirk...I saw your pic/video Kirk...Your a goober. That 'wife' is a real winner as well I bet.
I told you before,no photo's/video of me on the net!


Nuke,I have my own equipment too,every guy that works out does. The gym is still better!

One LITTLE catch nuke..........YOU HAVE TO USE THE EQUIPMENT TO GET IN SHAPE.
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Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
wickedwiggy and you were the girl everybody had their way with...So many women follow oil forums after all...Well at least Kirk is predictable...1st Annie Oakley 2nd wickedwiggy...Gettin wiggy with it the boys did.


Nuke........I thought you said good-nite? Sugar high from the donuts keepin ya up! Or is it anger! Or both!
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Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
wickedwiggy and you were the girl everybody had their way with...So many women follow oil forums after all...Well at least Kirk is predictable...1st Annie Oakley 2nd wickedwiggy...Gettin wiggy with it the boys did.


ahh another insult. lmao you have no clue who i am or what i am about. i can see you have a really low IQ by your ridiculous insults. DO YOU REALLY THINK ONLY MEN KNOW ABOUT AUTOMOTIVE ISSUES? CATCH UP DUDE ITS 2010 NOT THE 1800'S
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Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
Being a 'professional lube tech' would explain your interest in oil kirk...



Put it this way,the place where I work,you wouldn't have clearance to get past the front.

Where I work,we have security clearance,badges,computers,labs,politicians,engineers,scientists,etc,etc. Need to know basis,if you catch my drift. It even has it's own zip code. NO,it's not out west,don't even try that one.
What are you about wickedwiggy? We have not seen a post concerning any oil, or oil related topic so I assume you have no interest in oil....So what are you about...Oh and so many 'women' use the 'dude' monicker...Just like Kirk as a matter of fact...But what can you expect from a lube tech...So tell us all wickedwiggy...inquiring minds want to kmow. What oil related topic interests you?
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Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
Kirk you imply Nasa? The KSC? Please tell us..BECAUSE I DON'T BELIEVE YOU.



Nuke...........Don't believe me. That works for me! The less you know.........the better!! You've already proven you can't handle the truth anyway!

Well,it's off to the Gym. Some of us have a life,and a Gym membership,and we know what to do with both!

SAY GOODNIGHT.........GRACIE!!!
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
What are you about wickedwiggy? We have not seen a post concerning any oil, or oil related topic so I assume you have no interest in oil....So what are you about...Oh and so many 'women' use the 'dude' monicker...Just like Kirk as a matter of fact...But what can you expect from a lube tech...So tell us all wickedwiggy...inquiring minds want to kmow. What oil related topic interests you?[/QUOTE

hmm where shall i start? how about the fact that we have had vettes from 1954 on up. the only corvette we didnt have was the 1953 proto-type. syn oil is good for high performance motors. and about syn vs natural oil, there are both pros and cons about each one. to each their own.
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Originally posted by wickedwiggy:
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Originally posted by Trajan:
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Originally posted by wickedwiggy:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
Beaten again Kirk?...You have no job, no house, a old vw and a v6 mustang....living large man congrats!!


trying to validate your life on-line?


oh i am very real, i have been reading your posts for quite some time now. you have issues, major issues. the simple fact is, you are more interested in playing keyboard warrior than anything else. and btw my husband and i know quite a lot about both cars and bikes.my husband is in the automotive industry here in palm beach florida!!!


So you claim. And yet, no opinion of the subject at hand. Which is Redline oil.
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Originally posted by wickedwiggy:
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Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
wickedwiggy and you were the girl everybody had their way with...So many women follow oil forums after all...Well at least Kirk is predictable...1st Annie Oakley 2nd wickedwiggy...Gettin wiggy with it the boys did.


ahh another insult. lmao you have no clue who i am or what i am about. i can see you have a really low IQ by your ridiculous insults. DO YOU REALLY THINK ONLY MEN KNOW ABOUT AUTOMOTIVE ISSUES? CATCH UP DUDE ITS 2010 NOT THE 1800'S


So your opinion of using Redline oil is..........
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Originally posted by Trajan:
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Originally posted by wickedwiggy:
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Originally posted by Trajan:
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Originally posted by wickedwiggy:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
Beaten again Kirk?...You have no job, no house, a old vw and a v6 mustang....living large man congrats!!


trying to validate your life on-line?


oh i am very real, i have been reading your posts for quite some time now. you have issues, major issues. the simple fact is, you are more interested in playing keyboard warrior than anything else. and btw my husband and i know quite a lot about both cars and bikes.my husband is in the automotive industry here in palm beach florida!!!


So you claim. And yet, no opinion of the subject at hand. Which is Redline oil.


lmao are you changing personnas? i am not claiming anything i am stating fact!!! and i did answer your question about red line (TO EACH THEIR OWN) can you comprehend that?
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Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
wICKEDWIGGY you should share your wonderful fortune of having every Corvette from 54 on with the folks on Corvetteforum.com

Why don't we meet their and you can share all your knowledge and experience. I am sure everyone their will have a 1000 questions for you.


well i will tell you what, you join the corvette club and i will discuss corvettes with you. and i do detect a bit of jealousy there on your reply. how long did it take you to google corvetteforum.com? lmaoooooooo
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Originally posted by wickedwiggy:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
What are you about wickedwiggy? We have not seen a post concerning any oil, or oil related topic so I assume you have no interest in oil....So what are you about...Oh and so many 'women' use the 'dude' monicker...Just like Kirk as a matter of fact...But what can you expect from a lube tech...So tell us all wickedwiggy...inquiring minds want to kmow. What oil related topic interests you?[/QUOTE

hmm where shall i start? how about the fact that we have had vettes from 1954 on up. the only corvette we didnt have was the 1953 proto-type. syn oil is good for high performance motors. and about syn vs natural oil, there are both pros and cons about each one. to each their own.


http://www.web-cars.com/corvette/1953.php More than a prototype 'missy'

So ah, do you have any comments on Nuc favoring Redline? Or are, as you said "trying to validate your life on-line?", oh keyboard warrior.

10 posts so far. Not a single one of any use.

BTW, the subject is not synth vs dino, but Redline oil. Do try to keep up.
Amsoil Series 2000 0W30 (SL), 21,000 miles, !992 Ford Aerostar 3.0
Jan Richter Offline


Registered: 07/23/05
Posts: 15
Loc: Los Angeles
1992 Ford Aerostar 3.0 automatic.
112,000 miles on engine.
Oil Use Interval: 21,000 miles (mainly highway – less than 1 year)
Oil: Amsoil Series 2000 0W30 (SL)
Make-up oil added: 3.5 qts.

Blackstone's comments:
We think 21,000 miles on an oil is too long for this engine to handle. Please note the high amounts of chrome (rings), iron (steel parts sharing oil) and lead (bearings) that have left a lot of abrasive metals roaming inside the engine. Universal averages for typical wear are based on a 4,760 miles of oil use and a couple of short oil change intervals would clean up the V-6 in your Aerostar. Sodium was found and might be coolant seeping into the oil or is an additive in the oil. TBN was 2.1 (little active additive left – 1.0 is too low), Viscosity was in the 20W50 range. Check back to monitor.

Element This analysis Universal average

Aluminium...... 6 3
Chromium...... 6 1
Iron ............48 15
Copper..........8 5
Lead.............14 5
Tin ...............3 1
Molybdenum...10 38
Nickel............1 0
Manganese.....1 0
Silver.............0 0
Titanium.........0 0
Potassium.......2 1
Boron............22 48
Silicon............27 16
Sodium.........25 10
Calcium.........2448 2024
Magnesium.....795 223
Phosphorus.....858 759
Zinc..............1022 900
Barium............0 1

Values should be Tested values were

SUS viscosity @ 210F... 56-64 89.9
Flashpoint F ............... > 365 395
Fuel %....................... < 2.0 < 0.5
Antifreeze %............... 0 ?
Water %.................... 0.0 0.0
Insolubles %................ < 0.6 0.4


What would the UOA have been like if no make-up oil were needed and I had used the oil for the recommended 35,000 miles?

This engine has used Amsoil Series 2000 0W30 exclusively for the last 100,000 miles. I'm going to try Mobil 1 EP 5w30 next time.


I agree with the OP, if I had a UOA like that with Amsoil, I would definetly go too a different oil. Seems like there were alot of abrasives traveling around the engine from doing too long of an Extended Drain with Amsoil.

The oil went from a 0W-30 to a 20W-50, I think I will stay away from Amsoil.
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Originally posted by Trajan:
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Originally posted by wickedwiggy:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Nucleardawg:
What are you about wickedwiggy? We have not seen a post concerning any oil, or oil related topic so I assume you have no interest in oil....So what are you about...Oh and so many 'women' use the 'dude' monicker...Just like Kirk as a matter of fact...But what can you expect from a lube tech...So tell us all wickedwiggy...inquiring minds want to kmow. What oil related topic interests you?[/QUOTE

hmm where shall i start? how about the fact that we have had vettes from 1954 on up. the only corvette we didnt have was the 1953 proto-type. syn oil is good for high performance motors. and about syn vs natural oil, there are both pros and cons about each one. to each their own.


http://www.web-cars.com/corvette/1953.php More than a prototype 'missy'

So ah, do you have any comments on Nuc favoring Redline? Or are, as you said "trying to validate your life on-line?", oh keyboard warrior.

10 posts so far. Not a single one of any use.

BTW, the subject is not synth vs dino, but Redline oil. Do try to keep up.


here is a little lesson the 1953 is a proto-type. http://www.web-cars.com/corvette/1953-4.php you need to learn a bit before you spout your BS
Wickedwiggy you need to read past Part 1...LOL...Don't worry Kirk has the same problem...Uuuh...They built 300 53's which were sold...They're still is 255 in existence...There was even an option pkg offered...Yes much more than the 'prototype' they only discuss in part 1...The link you site is known but their are others....I thought a 'vette' girl...LOL...would know this...
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