Anyone use Lucas motor oil stabilizer/additive in there car?
Dont use the stuff, it aerates the oil, may potentially wreck your engine. Good quality engine oil is all you need, its what the car engineers spent millions of dollars designing the engine to use. If you want to use thicker oil use thicker oil without some questionable additive.
The oil viscosity determines how thick or thin it is. There is little difference between 5w30 and 10w30, so it should be fine. The first number refers to cold start ability so if you drive in below zero temperatures the 10w30 may be a little worse. Otherwise I wouldn't worry. All motor oil should also be API certified so that it meets certain quality standards.
I have used Lucas stop leak on oil and power steering leaks sometimes it takes two applications but yes i does work. The stabilizer I have not used but the stop leaks do work.
James is right. My little brother had one. Next to a harley it was the biggest POS I ever threw a leg over. A big heavy 750 with the power of a 250. If you don't have the physical dexterity and confidence to shift gearslike my brother, motorcycles are probably not for you.
it amazes me how many bash the hondamatics because they lack some power at take off. But none of them ever owned one or rode one. They still a very popular seller to this day, its harder and harder to find a Pristine one in good shape. Ever ask yourself why? they ride the piss out of them, they are loved and owned by people of all ages and walks of life, this is my hondamatic