Originally Posted by Richard Martin
Just like looking at oil to see if it's dirty or used up, looking at oil to determine viscosity can't be done.
The reasons I gave for being able to use Amsoil at lean mix ratios are the reasons why you can do it. Not because Amsoil is a concentrate. If you can find it anywhere in official Amsoil print, then I'll believe it. Believe it or not, there are people out there that will tell you anything to get you to buy something.
Read this... https://utextension.tennessee.edu/pu...ts/sp268-Q.pdf
I agree you cant tell viscosity by looking at oil but you can by the way it pours, mixes and feels. Its very easy to tell the difference between an 80W vs 10W or even 50W. Im just repeating what Amsoil told me directly about Saber being a concentrate. Take it for what its worth.
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