What "Break in" oil ?

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Old 26 Mar 2005, 02:16 am   #1 (permalink)
Ken Day
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Default What "Break in" oil ?

I just finished rebuilding my 96 Toyota Camry 5FSE 2.2 engine. I plan
on putting the engine back in tomorrow .
What would one of you techs recommend for break in oil ? What would
you recommend after break in ? What about synthetic ?
Your input will be appreciated.
Thanks

Ken Day
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Old 26 Mar 2005, 02:47 am   #2 (permalink)
Ken Day
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Default Re: What "Break in" oil ?

On Sat, 26 Mar 2005 08:16:45 GMT, Ken Day <kd1942@aol.com> wrote:

>I just finished rebuilding my 96 Toyota Camry 5FSE 2.2 engine. I plan
>on putting the engine back in tomorrow .
>What would one of you techs recommend for break in oil ? What would
>you recommend after break in ? What about synthetic ?
>Your input will be appreciated.
>Thanks

I did not plan on running synthetic during the break in period. What
would you recommend after the 1500-2000 mile break in period.

Ken Day
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Old 26 Mar 2005, 07:39 am   #3 (permalink)
m Ransley
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Default Re: What "Break in" oil ?

Im no tech but synthetics come in many new cars, personaly I would run
cheap oil for 3-500m and then go synthetic, just to flust out
impurities.

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