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This is a discussion on oil within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; i was running synthetic oil through my scobby and i tried some conventional does sound a little louder tappin. think ...

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    i was running synthetic oil through my scobby and i tried some conventional does sound a little louder tappin. think i should switch back?

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    My personal preference is any synthetic 5W-30, since the car is so high performance and change it every 3750 miles, per the manual. I do use conventional oil in a new engine, wait until 6-8K before switching to synthetic so the engine can break in.

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    cool thanks guys probally go back to syn i was just being cheap

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