Kendall GT-1 Max 5w-20 with Liquid Titanium
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Kendall GT-1 full synthetic 5W-20 with Titanium motor oil has Liquid Titanium protection additive and is a premium quality, full-synthetic engine oil designed to provide maximum protection for gasoline-fueled and flex-fuel passenger cars and light trucks under all operating conditions. Kendall GT-1 full synthetic 5W-20 with Titanium is particularly recommended for vehicles operating at extreme temperatures or under severe driving conditions, such as towing heavy loads. Kendall GT-1 full synthetic 5W-20 with Titanium is formulated with synthetic base stocks and a performance additive package fortified with their exclusive Liquid Titanium protection additive for extra protection against engine wear and improved fuel savings. The synthetic base stocks provide enhanced performance benefits compared with conventional engine oils. These benefits include improved protection against viscosity breakdown and deposit formation at high temperatures; lower volatility for reduced oil consumption; and faster oil circulation at low temperatures for easier starting and better protection during cold starts. The Liquid Titanium protection additive provides increased engine protection by forming a strongly bonded Titanium shield on the surface of critical engine parts, which reduces friction and wear and helps extend engine life. Reduced friction also helps improve fuel economy performance beyond ILSAC GF-5 requirements. Kendall GT-1 full synthetic 5W-20 with Titanium exceeds new car warranty requirements as defined by ILSAC GF-5. It is resource conserving for improved fuel economy, protection of emissions system catalysts and turbochargers, and protection of engines operating on ethanol-containing fuels up to E85.
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