Saturday, December 01, 2007

"Sno-X" Knows Synthetic Oil

They know all about synthetic oil up in the "cold country," the area for which synthetic lubricants were invented. Temps in the "North country" reach levels that fossil oils can't withstand, just as they do in outer space or in the upper atmosphere where jets operate. You can make a synthetic that will withstand ANY temperature. It just takes money. That used by jets and rockets in outer space can cost as much as $25,000 an ounce! It doesn't take that much for automotive uses, even in "cold country." But this article in "Snow-X" should end any discussion over whether or not they work. "Less than five days before the start of the 16th Annual AMSOIL Duluth National Snocross, the pre-season press got things right when it comes to expecting a banner year from Team AMSOIL. The November 2007 issue of Sno-X Magazine arrived in mail boxes just five days before the start of 2007-2008 World PowerSports Association’s season opener in Duluth, Minn. Gracing the cover was Team AMSOIL/Scheuring Speed Sports veteran rider Dennis 'D.J.' Eckstrom. Eckstrom, a two-time winner of the AMSOIL Duluth National, was highlighted by the caption: 'D.J. Eckstrom: Ready to take the points in 2008.' Team owner Steve Scheuring is also featured inside the magazine with a Q&A section, as well as his monthly 'The Original Independent' article. Sno-X Magazine"

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