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AEROSHELL AVIATION OIL W80 PLUS

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Overview

Shell Oil W80 Plus introduces the anti-wear and anti-corrosion additives of AeroShell W100 Plus engine oil into a lighter, single-grade oil for use in colder climates. The anti-wear additive reduces wear on start-up by forming a microscopic layer on the engine's moving parts to prevent metal-to-metal contract when there is little oil present. Combined with a corrosion inhibitor, it is designed for pilots who fly either in cooler weather or less frequently.
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Reviews

What can you say about Aerowhell oil? Order was part of an order on a day which you promised a discount. Apparently non of the items qualified.

E M
December 25, 2020

Great service as always. What I found interesting was that it was cheaper to order by the quart then by the case. But if you order a case worth they will send it to you in the case.

Richard
May 3, 2018

Lycoming recommends SAE 40 between 30°F. to 90°F. They do not recommend SAE 50 until Above 60°F. Continental skips recommending SAE 40, listing conditions to use SAE 30 and warmer conditions to use SAE 50. Thats a shame. For decades Ive been using Aeroshell SAE 40 in my T210 from November to April. I have had the benefit of being based in mild central and southern California. SAE 40 works great, in my opinion, in the cooler months of the year.

Jim R
December 31, 2017

Aircraft Spruce filled my order promptly and the oil and filter arrived in just a few days. Good service as usual

Rf
October 14, 2017

Good oil but selling 6 in a box instead of 12 in a case is annoying.

Little B
October 19, 2020

Q&A

Q: Can I mix Aeroshell 80W Plus and straight Aeroshell 80W?

No, these oils are not designed to be mixed.

Q: What is the difference between Aeroshell 80W Plus and 80W?

The Aeroshell Plus oils have an anti-wear additive in them.

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