The new Castrol POWER1 with Synthetic Technology takes care of one of our long-term motorcycles
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“Synthetic oil flows better in cold weather, making engine starts easier and offering better protection. In addition, synthetic oil resists viscosity changes at extremely high temperatures unlike conventional oil, which can break down or evaporate at such temperatures, causing damage to the engine. Synthetic oil is slicker than conventional oil and therefore enables smoother, cooler engine operation resulting in better power and better fuel economy” said Mr. K Venkateswarlu, Vice President – Parts Business, TVS Motor Company.
Story: Jim Gorde