Scented Oils & Items

PYLE PLA4478 Powe Seies Bidged MOSFET Amp (4 hae; 4,000W max)

PYLE PLA4478 Powe Seies Bidged MOSFET Amp (4 hae; 4,000W max)

Description

ONLY Castrol GTX MAGNATEC IS UNIQUELY FORMULATED TO PROVIDE INSTANT PROTECTION FROM THE MOMENT YOU START. Did you know testing confirms that up to 75% of engine wear occurs during the first 20 minutes of warm up?* When your engine stops, oil drains off critical engine parts, but the intelligent...

Features

  • Brand: Castrol
  • Model: 03057
  • Item Weight: 9.2 pounds
  • Product Dimensions: 9.6 x 4.6 x 12 inches
  • Item model number: 3057
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 03057C
  • Cover Included: Motor Oil

User reviews

If you read the data sheets on this, it is comprised of groups 1 2 and 3 oils. Those are all conventional!! Castrol was the first to make fake synthetics. Mobil 1 sued them, however the courts said its fine to market any oil as synthetic. They of course don't care about Americans. Then if you go on Castrols website. They recommend 3000 mile oil change intervals with this. Thats a whole lot less than Mobil 1, which rates super synthetic at 7500, M1 at 10k then ep and ap 15k and 20k.Any oil with the API seal is good for 3000 miles!! You can just go with the cheapest Walmart supertech.I am not some Mobil 1 super fan, however if you read Valvoline, Pennzoil, Castrol oils web pages, they all recommend 3000 mile oil changes!! If their oil is so great, why doesn't it last?I bought this oil because it was cheaper than Mobil 1, but after doing some research won't buy again.
I own a 2013 Sonata (purchased new)with around 106,000 miles now. I have used this oil in the car every change. I change my oil every 5000 miles. I get the oil tested every couple oil changes. I will post a copy of a report from around 90k For you to look at for yourself but the last of the report says it best "This engine is wearing better than most of its kind. Fuel dilution is harmless at just a trace, and a TBN of 4.7 is good and strong.Try 7,000 miles for the next run."
Purchased several 5W30 5 quart bottles since it was advertised as full synthetic only to learn that MSDS clearly states up to 75% is "highly refined oil" further research of the base oils listed in the MSDS published by company that the base oil also contains Group 1 & Group 2 oils. I also froze oil in my freezer overnight and it gelled up far more than Quaker State full synthetic and Pennzoil indicating the oil is not a good oil for my winter application. Contacted company directly and they stated it is "acceptable marketing practice" .
It's hard to review oil without access to the lab test results. I mean you put it in the engine of your car and your car still works, great. Not much to review. You'd have to set up two identical cars with different oils and run them for 100,000 miles to do a proper test at home without specialty test equipment. So for my review I'm going to focus on what those certifications on the bottle actually mean, because not all oils have the same certifications.Demystifying oil certificationsA long time ago people had low standards for oil. Engines were simple, a coke was ten cents. Now oil is expected to help you get great mileage, work with crazy direct injection turbo engines, run E85 ethanol, not damage your emissions system, and keep your engine from wearing out. To do all this your oil is less about the oil itself and more about the additives package it is mixed with. Slipperyness enhancers, wear reducers, seal conditioners, and a whole lot more.Dexos 1 Gen 2General Motors went out and made their own proprietary standard, and then they charge oil makers $0.36 / gallon to put the label on. Some oil makers have balked at the price and aren't paying. Amazon I guess decided that you care about it and paid up. What is interesting is that GM chairs the committee that did GF-5 (see below) and made their own standard so it would be more strict. So if oil has Dexos 1 Gen 2 it meets stricter standards than GF-5, but other oil might meet those standards too and just choose not to pay GM to say they do.GF-5 (better than GF-4, GF-3, GF-2, GF-1)October 2010. Improved high temperature deposit protection for pistons and turbochargers, better sludge control, improved fuel economy, enhanced emission control system compatibility, seal compatibility, rust protection, and protection of engines operating on ethanol-containing fuels up to E85. Pretty much anybody that meets GF-5 will say they do, the license is cheap.For GF-5:API service category SN (better than SA, SB, ..., SM)Has to meet cam wear, engine sludge, viscosity increases at temperature, bearing wear, aged oil low temp, rust, evaporative loss, sheer viscosity, flow reduction, phosphorus min, phosphorus max, sulpher max, foaming tendancy, high temperature foaming tendancy, high temperature deposits max,API service category SN Plus (New in Nov 2017)This is the same as SN but adds protection against low speed pre-ignition for direct injection gasoline engines. Again, oil that meets this will likely be labeled with it.SN Resource ConservingTested to stand up E85 use (ethanol blend fuels)Tested to keep a minimum Phosphorus retention and to keep its viscosity better as it ages, which means you can theoretically go longer between oil changes.Again, oil that meets this will likely be labeled with it.
The oil itself is good enough. Giving a two star rating because there is no clear visibility strip on the side of the bottle, so that you can tell how much oil you’ve poured into your engine.The fluid level markings are there, but they don’t do you a whole lot of good without being able to see where current fluid level. C’mon Amazon, you’re better than this! I guess the product managers for this item have never had to change their own oil 😂My car takes 4.4 quarts - thank god I had a leftover name brand bottle to pour into to get an accurate reading of how much I had put in.
Hey, it's synthetic oil with all the proper ratings to use in modern automobiles. But it's also refined by the same company that makes Wally World Syntec full synthetic motor oil and WW sells it for about $16 for 5 quarts so that will continue to be my go-to supply. Amazon is facing the cost of shipment factor in a lot of bulk items now and it's making them less competitive on price than they were previously (but more profitable which makes stockholders happy).Assuming it is the same as Wal-Mart, I've sent samples of their synthetic off to Blackstone labs for oil analysis on various occasions and it always tests very, very well (as well as the Mobil 1 samples I've sent off) so I'm not embarrassed about buying the house brand for my cars. If Amazon gets competitive on price, I'll gladly purchase it from them.
Buy it. Now.I finally got to use this today after getting it a month ago. Made my timing belt job easy breezy. I suspected my cam seals to be leaking so I got this to be able to inspect the area behind the cam sprockets.Last year when I did a head gasket job on my '01 Outback I wanted to do the valve stem seals since they came with the gasket kit. But my helper and I couldn't get the cam bolts unfastened let alone bidged even with his air ratchet that supposedly went up to 120 psi. We hammered on each side forever until I had to give up so I could finish the job.I about whizzed in my pants when I used this tool to nonchalantly take the cam sprockets off and on. You can get the more expensive Subaru version but this one looks pretty snazzy.I am going to order more Subaru specific tools from this company. I'm done with wasting time not having the correct tool for the job. Cheers.
The driver's side camshaft sprocket bolt is supposed to only have ~70 ft-lbs of installation torque. The passenger side sprocket bolt will come off in a jiffy at about that torque. However, the rotation of the timing belt around the driver's side sprocket tends to tighten that sucker to levels that would require you to have Thor or Iron Man in your garage helping you to be able to remove that bolt. I maxed out my 200 ft-lb torque wrench trying to remove the bolt using the old timing belt to keep the sprocket still.I reluctantly ordered this tool and am kicking myself for not doing it sooner. From the time the box hit my front porch I had that sprocket off in within minutes. As I said in a similar review for the crankshaft pulley tool, if this tool weren't so heavy-duty (and therefore hefty) then I would say that it is worth its weight in gold. Let's say its worth its weight in silver.
Fantastic for helping remove the metal drivers side camshaft sprocket on my EJ253 motor. Wouldn't have wanted to do the job without it!Make sure you get this one from Company 23, very strong and thick metal. I ordered a different sprocket holder tool for the plastic passenger side camshaft sprocket, and the tool had thinner metal and a smaller handle.
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  1. I usually don’t bother with writing reviews because I usually stick to products that have already been reviewed extensively and my observations don’t add much to the conversation. That being said, this product has me frustrated and there aren’t many reviews yet. It arrived in the evening and I needed to use it the next morning, which is when I opened it up. It arrived in good condition in a large plastic bag inside a cardboard box. Here are my complaints:1) The inside of the bag was completely oily and so was the entire oiler bucket, hose, and oiler nozzel. I didn’t see any reason for all the oil so I was a little frustrated as I wiped it down.2) I filled it with about 5 quarts of dark threading oil and it immediately began leaking from where the oiler hose leaves the bucket. I drained the oil and dis-assembled the hose assembly to fix the leak. I found a fairly significant barb in the hole in the sidewall of the bucket keeping the seals from doing their job. I hammered it out, put a more substantial neoprene gasket in place of the small o-ring and reassembled. Leak fixed.3) There must still be a leak somewhere in the oiler hose or hand pump as it seems to loose its prime quickly and easily. I had to pump like crazy to get enough oil to keep my threaders cool. Also, because of the air mixed in with the oil is splatters rather than a smooth stream of oil. Hopefully it won’t take too much to find the air leak and fix this problem.I’d have saved money just buying the Ridgid oiler at double the cost and not wasted my time working on getting it functional.Hopefully I just got a lemon and the rest are great.

  2. Indistinguishable from the real thing. Very satisfied thus far.One improvement would be to place the intake strainer closer to the bottom of the catch-basin. It takes 2.5 to 3 quarts of oil just to get the level up to where the oiler can take suction. (This is an issue with the RIDGID brand also.)

  3. I wasn’t too thrilled with the slightly sharp scent or the energy of the Brigid oil. I would very much like to know what herbs and essential oils are in the mix. If I’m using something in ritual that I didn’t mix myself, I need to know what’s included –not the proportions–just the ingredients.

  4. I wasn’t too thrilled with the slightly sharp scent or the energy of the Brigid oil. I would very much like to know what herbs and essential oils are in the mix. If I’m using something in ritual that I didn’t mix myself, I need to know what’s included –not the proportions–just the ingredients.

  5. Bridgid is a very talented musician and an inspiration to any young string players looking to what possibilitys that their futures may hold. Very outgoing and friendly, and a great violin player.

  6. I tried to other namebrand oil’s that I could tell were getting to hot and bubbling from the heat. I switched to the ridgid oil and it was like I was using a different machine with brand new dies. I threaded up to 2 inch using a rigid 400 machine and the oil Keeps the threads and dies cool and it moves through the pump gun beautifully. Best advice anyone has ever given me about threading is that the oil does the cutting

  7. I’m so happy with my purchase. I originally planned to get the bronze version, but when I saw the painted resin version here, I splurged. I’m glad that I did; it looks lovely. The detail is exquisite. The only thing I would change about it: I would have the concoction in the cauldron be swirls of blues to align more with Brigid’s association with sacred wells. I thought that that was a missed opportunity for symbolism, but otherwise it’s great. I love the stack of books by her side, the flame in her hands, and the detail work behind her. Her dress is lovely. It looked true to the image when I bought it, and I like it even more in person. I definitely am glad I got this version instead of the bronzed one.

  8. This is no lightweight statue, probably comes in at a little taller than a barbie. The detailing is lovely, though I wish the culdron’s top was more useful as candle holder, but maybe next time. She’s my centerpiece.

  9. Hey, it’s synthetic oil with all the proper ratings to use in modern automobiles. But it’s also refined by the same company that makes Wally World Syntec full synthetic motor oil and WW sells it for about $16 for 5 quarts so that will continue to be my go-to supply. Amazon is facing the cost of shipment factor in a lot of bulk items now and it’s making them less competitive on price than they were previously (but more profitable which makes stockholders happy).Assuming it is the same as Wal-Mart, I’ve sent samples of their synthetic off to Blackstone labs for oil analysis on various occasions and it always tests very, very well (as well as the Mobil 1 samples I’ve sent off) so I’m not embarrassed about buying the house brand for my cars. If Amazon gets competitive on price, I’ll gladly purchase it from them.

  10. It’s hard to review oil without access to the lab test results. I mean you put it in the engine of your car and your car still works, great. Not much to review. You’d have to set up two identical cars with different oils and run them for 100,000 miles to do a proper test at home without specialty test equipment. So for my review I’m going to focus on what those certifications on the bottle actually mean, because not all oils have the same certifications.Demystifying oil certificationsA long time ago people had low standards for oil. Engines were simple, a coke was ten cents. Now oil is expected to help you get great mileage, work with crazy direct injection turbo engines, run E85 ethanol, not damage your emissions system, and keep your engine from wearing out. To do all this your oil is less about the oil itself and more about the additives package it is mixed with. Slipperyness enhancers, wear reducers, seal conditioners, and a whole lot more.Dexos 1 Gen 2General Motors went out and made their own proprietary standard, and then they charge oil makers $0.36 / gallon to put the label on. Some oil makers have balked at the price and aren’t paying. Amazon I guess decided that you care about it and paid up. What is interesting is that GM chairs the committee that did GF-5 (see below) and made their own standard so it would be more strict. So if oil has Dexos 1 Gen 2 it meets stricter standards than GF-5, but other oil might meet those standards too and just choose not to pay GM to say they do.GF-5 (better than GF-4, GF-3, GF-2, GF-1)October 2010. Improved high temperature deposit protection for pistons and turbochargers, better sludge control, improved fuel economy, enhanced emission control system compatibility, seal compatibility, rust protection, and protection of engines operating on ethanol-containing fuels up to E85. Pretty much anybody that meets GF-5 will say they do, the license is cheap.For GF-5:API service category SN (better than SA, SB, …, SM)Has to meet cam wear, engine sludge, viscosity increases at temperature, bearing wear, aged oil low temp, rust, evaporative loss, sheer viscosity, flow reduction, phosphorus min, phosphorus max, sulpher max, foaming tendancy, high temperature foaming tendancy, high temperature deposits max,API service category SN Plus (New in Nov 2017)This is the same as SN but adds protection against low speed pre-ignition for direct injection gasoline engines. Again, oil that meets this will likely be labeled with it.SN Resource ConservingTested to stand up E85 use (ethanol blend fuels)Tested to keep a minimum Phosphorus retention and to keep its viscosity better as it ages, which means you can theoretically go longer between oil changes.Again, oil that meets this will likely be labeled with it.

  11. The oil itself is good enough. Giving a two star rating because there is no clear visibility strip on the side of the bottle, so that you can tell how much oil you’ve poured into your engine.The fluid level markings are there, but they don’t do you a whole lot of good without being able to see where current fluid level. C’mon Amazon, you’re better than this! I guess the product managers for this item have never had to change their own oil 😂My car takes 4.4 quarts – thank god I had a leftover name brand bottle to pour into to get an accurate reading of how much I had put in.

  12. The foil seal was intact but no cap to be found. What were they thinking??? oil worked well but now I have to find a cap to seal it. These types of containers seem to be the ones to tip over accidentally just because it’s filled with something that’s a real mess to clean up.

  13. This statue is so beautiful. My daughter is a red-headed Wiccan who just purchased her first house so this was the perfect gift for her. She loved it! There is so much beautiful detail on this statue, I couldn’t get over it. Superb!

  14. I’ve found this to be the best all around cutting oil for manual milling and turning. It’s a little stinky and smokes up a room but the tools stay sharp!

  15. Photo shows Nu Clear. Description says Endura Clear several places. Fortunately I received Endura Clear.

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