Video: Shell engineer details low-viscosity engine oil test

| May 28, 2014

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At an engine teardown event held earlier this month, Shell Rotella engineers showed off parts from three engines used in a two-year, half-million mile test of the next-generation low-viscosity oil that’s part of the next category of engine oils. Click here to read Overdrive‘s full coverage from the teardown. 

In the video above, Shell engineer Howard Hill discusses the tests, the teardown and the results. 

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