Originally Posted by Green-cars-live-forever
Is this stuff worth the money?
Sounds like it offers no extra Zn and P.
If using an additive or just an oil high in Zn and P, is there any reason to spend some another 12 bucks on a quart of Lucas Stabilizer?
Bottom line is your gonna get alot of "OPINIONS"
Here is my opinion,,,,
Little Story, had a customer who needed lifters in his Dodge Caravan, back head as they dont get any airflow over the valve cover and they gum up. At that time Wynn's was the products to use. We changed the oil and still made noise. We did this with 3-4 different additives
He ended up going over to the parts house to get a different additive, they had a new shipment of this new product called Lucas. He bought it and oil and brought it to me. I said "This $hit is not gonna work"
I changed the oil and dumped it in the oil first, fired the van up after filling it with oil. Made noise for about 20 seconds then the noise went away. He drove the van for a long time after that, ALWAYS PUT LUCAS IN IT AFTER THAT
I called the parts house where he got it and ordered a couple, he said we have it in gallons, i ordered 2 gallons and 1 quart and used the quart bottle to measure it
BOTTOM LINE, the stuff works for applications like that
For a performance engine i think your better off with Valvoline VR1, Royal Purple Race oil, Kendall or Brad Penn oil
Just my $.02