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Brad Penn and "coking"

Brad Penn Grade 1 racing 20w-50 is listed a
Partial synthetic oil right on the bottle

Question will the non synthetic portion of the oil lead to coking in an air cooled
turbo ?
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Believe it or not and I may be wrong, but for the U.S market I think that "Full synthetics" only have to be %30-%40 synthetic in order to be call "full synthetic." Sythetic most definatly helps fight against coking. I have had the best luck with Amsoil. Non-synthetics most certainly break down easier than "real synthetics"
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