I agree with PSIVORY....add a couple of cans of GM EOS...that stuff has been around for years and at one time was a requirement for dealerships to add to a new car before the purchaser took it away. I use it on every cam break in...works good. I warm it up (fairly thick) and dump it in just as I'm about to fire the fresh engine up.
Hey there all, wondering if Valvoline 20-50 Racing has the zinc as well?
Anyone know? Im pretty sure that there single weight does like,40,50,60wt.
I thought i remember something about this when i had the 2.0 flat tappet 4 cly engine. I religously used the 20-50wt Racing after Esslinger said that they use it because of the anti-wear properties verses Synthetic. But i cant remeber if they said it had the zinc in it or not.
I think id hang out at the curb of a chevy dealer, then give someone a 20 to get me the stuff. " hey man, get me some eos at the parts counter?"
Really though i felt weird when i went to the dealer for a quart myself. I needed it when i did my crower cam on the 2.0 . I still had wear issues, but i think i shouldve spent the extra time and money and used the old soft springs to break in (like they recomended) instead of the high performance springs that came with the kit. But live and learn.
5.0 Roller block
B303 , 1.7 roller rockers, Crane beehive springs.
'68 302 Iron port polished heads.
Mod Must II headers.
Edelb Rpm Airgap
Msd dist ,Crane HI6 igntion
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