|Exxon Elite™ 20W-50 is a multigrade oil with the flexibility to lubricate effectively over a wider range of temperatures than monograde oils. Compared to a monograde oil, a multigrade oil provides better cold-start protection and a stronger lubricant film at typical operating temperatures. Other benefits include lower oil consumption and better fuel economy as a multigrade oil, Exxon Elite™ 20W-50 has all these advantages. *Meets SAE J1899 *Meets MIL-L-22851D (obsolete) *U.S. military approved *Contains the anti-wear/anti-scuffing additive required by some Lycoming engines *FAA approved fluid for Alternative Method of compliance with AD-80-04-03-R2, paragraph b.1 *Compatible with all commercial aviation piston-engine oils.|
Great product. Too bad Exxon is stopping production but while it lasts it is great. Only bummer was one or more bottles leaked in shipping so the box was heavily oil soaked - UPS kind didnt like it. None of the bottles were split open but one or more must have leaked somehow.
Newest formulation in GA oils. I have extremely great oil samples using Exxon Elite. My oil consumption dropped on my Beech Duke and no wear to the critical cam and lifters.
What can I say? Its cheap and it got a great name that has never lead me wrong when it comes to buying oil. I intend to buy the same oil next time I need oil.
Best oil ever for piston airplanes. Been using this for well over 12 years on many many airplanes.
One case contains 12 quarts.
Exxon Elite is a semi-synthetic, ashless-dispersant aviation piston engine oil.
We can not locate a screw on type funnel that fits this bottle. We can only recommend a standard funnel, ie part # 12-00376.
Yes, this is no longer available and no longer in production.