Synthetic Oil Controversy Explained…

Addressing everything you guys commented about on our 5.0 Coyote video.
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00:00 Previously...
01:26 The Real Diagnosis
02:38 Discolouration of the heads
05:33 Should you run conventional oil instead?
06:14 How is synthetic too good?
09:43 Synthetic oil crystallizing?
11:46 Is it okay to mix different brands of oil?
15:41 Aluminum bearings are too soft for synthetic?
18:09 Don't the oil pumps fail in the 5.0?
19:24 Oversize pistons don't increase displacement?
21:58 DOHC is the wave of the future?
24:55 Can you make big power with a 4.6 2v engine?
27:36 Oil tech call out

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