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Old 09-29-2010, 06:34 PM
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Lucas Oil Additive VS Rev-X

Alright whats yalls take on the Lucas Synthetic Oil Additive VS the Rev-X?

I run Rotella T-6, 134,xxx's which one would yall use?
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rev x hands down
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is online the only place to purchase rev x? and why is two 4 oz bottles 65 bucks?
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its expensive because its the best. It works within the first 5 minutes of use, at least it did for me, i had my brother order me 2 bottles from Merchant Automotive (duramax vendor/shop) when he ordered some parts for his truck..
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Does that rev-x stuff really work that well? How often do you need to be using it??? Seems pricey to run at every service interval... Sorry I'm not trying to hi-jack the thread it just seems logical. I've never liked the lucas oil additive although it wasn't the sythetic stuff and I never was using it in a PSD so I don't have a very good opinion for you. Sorry
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Rev X hands down

I used it first in December. havent had any stiction issues since. I did add a bottle a month ago but just because I wanted to since I ran dino oil that change.

20k miles on the stuff absolutely love it.

I wouldnt run a lucas product in my lawn mower
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Thanks for the feedback. I ran the regular Lucas in my old 7.3 and liked it but wasn't sure if it would be a good additive for the 6.0, I also questioned putting the synthetic blend in with my T-6 oil. Seemed like it would make the oil even thinner?
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I use the prolong oil treatment in mine and it seems to work just fine
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I use the prolong oil treatment in mine and it seems to work just fine
I've used that too... good stuff.
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I use the prolong oil treatment in mine and it seems to work just fine
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I've used that too... good stuff.


All that chit is, is mineral oil and paint thinner.
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