Products at a Glance

Products at a Glance

Engine Status Primary Product Recommendation Secondary Product Recommendation Comments
Opposed Piston bottle_shot_1 Break-in X/C 20W-50 Type M 20W-50
bottle_shot_2 Normal Operation X/C 20W-50 Type A 100AD
bottle_shot_3 Normal Operation (requiring Lycoming AW additive) Victory 100AW X/C 20W-50 top-treat with Lycoming AW additive (LW-16702) Lycoming models requiring anti-scuff additive: O-320H, O-360E, LO-360E, TO-360E, LTO-360E, TIO-541 & TIGO-541
bottle_shot_4 Infrequent Use* X/C 20W-50 w/10% top-treat of Aviation Anti-Rust 20W-50
bottle_shot_5 Long-Term Storage Aviation Anti-Rust 20W-50
Opposed Piston bottle_shot_6 Break-in X/C 25W-60 Type M 20W-50
bottle_shot_7 Normal Operation X/C 25W-60
bottle_shot_8 Infrequent Use* X/C 25W-60 w/10% top-treat of Aviation Anti-Rust 20W-50
bottle_shot_9 Long-Term Storage Aviation Anti-Rust 20W-50
Aviation Hydraulics bottle_shot_10 MIL-PRF-5606H X/C 5606H Aviation Hydraulic Fluid
bottle_shot_11 MIL-PRF-5606A (obsolete) X/C 5606A Aviation Hydraulic Fluid

*Infrequent use is defined as an engine that sits for several weeks to a month or more. Long-term storage procedures should be considered for any engine that will experience three months or more of continuous storage. If your plane is flown several times per month for periods longer than an hour, there is little need for additional rust protection.

General Disclaimer: All product recommendations are general in nature and exceptions may exist. For more specific recommendations, please consult Oliver Nee: E-Mail: