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Engine Builder Live Returns with an Engine Oil Q&A

This Live Stream Engine Oil Q&A will feature Ken Tyger of PennGrade 1® and Engine Builder Editor Greg Jones on Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at 11am EST.

Join us for a Zoom Webinar where you can ask Ken all your engine oil questions – proper engine break-in, engine applications and oil specifications, oil intervals, additives, and of course, engine oil characteristics and much more. 

With years of industry experience, today Ken Tyger is a technical manager at PennGrade 1® and is known by many as the soul of PennGrade 1®. Ken has worked side-by-side with top engine builders to determine which engine oils work best in different engine applications.

You may have walked by Ken at a number of annual industry tradeshows and never got the chance to ask him a question related to your oil. Well, now is your chance to ask – in this 45-minute interactive discussion.

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