Phillips 66® Victory Aviation Oil 100AW is an ashless dispersant, single-grade engine oil pre-blended with the proper concentration of antiscuff/antiwear additive (LW-16702) as mandated by Lycoming Service Bulletins 446E and 471B and Service Instruction 1409C. It is recommended for use in opposed piston and radial piston aircraft engines where cam lifter wear is a concern.
The ashless dispersant formulation helps minimize the formation of engine sludge, varnish, piston deposits and combustion chamber deposits, resulting in a much cleaner engine compared with the use of straight (nondispersant) mineral oils. This oil has a high viscosity index and low pour point compared with many other single-grade aircraft engine oils, allowing its use over a wide temperature range.
Victory Aviation Oil 100AW is FAA approved as an alternate method of compliance to AD80-04-03 R2, paragraph b.1.
Got my order very fast aircraftspruce is very easy to do business with
Single weight good for the south and controlling lead. Canâ€™t get it locally. Work the shipping
Reasonable price, good product.
Super quick delivery and easy process.
Excellent product. Use it in all my aircraft along with their filters.
Using this oil sure beats spending $42 on Lycoming additive and buying 8 qts of oil on top of that. Saves me about $40 at oil change by usIng an oil that already has the formulation in it.
Where a high viscosity single grade oil is indicated, this has proven excellent in terms of great pressure at start-up as well as staying stable when hot. Its shown good wear prevention over the life of my small Continentals over the years in my experience. I do mix with Phillips 20W50 in colder temps.
The product was poorly packaged at the factory, not by Aircraft Spruce, and 2 bottles had leaked in the package.
Yes, this is the Phillips version of the 100 Plus.
Yes, this product can be shipped by air. There are no hazardous shipping restrictions on this product.
Yes, a case of 12 quarts can be selected from the drop down menu.
Yes, these can be mixed.