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Exxon Elite 20W50 - Case 12/1 Qt

Exxon Elite™ 20W-50 is an oil for piston-engine aircraft. More than that, it's a premium multigrade, semi-synthetic oil. It performs the way you'd expect a premium Exxon lubricant to perform. Test after test proves it.

Exxon Elite™ 20W-50 offers advantages over other leading commercial aviation oils currently on the market. Here's what's in Elite™ for you.

Semi-synthetic advantages. Exxon Elite™ is a blend of synthetic and mineral-based oils (plus a highly effective additive package). Why a semi-synthetic? Exxon engineers determined that a fully synthetic oil may not have the solvency to handle the lead deposits that result from the use of leaded fuel. So they developed Exxon Elite™ as a semi-synthetic formulation that combines the best of both synthetics and conventional oils.

Multigrade advantages. Exxon Elite™ 20W-50 is a multigrade oil with the flexibility to lubricate effectively over a wider range of temperatures than monograde oils. Compared to a monograde oil, a multigrade oil provides better cold-start protection and a stronger lubricant film at typical operating temperatures. Other benefits include lower oil consumption and better fuel economy. As a premium multigrade oil, Exxon Elite™ 20W-50 has all of these intrinsic advantages.

Exxon advantages. Exxon Elite™ has a proprietary formulation. Exxon began its development in the mid-1990s, and has refined the formulation and additive package under rigorous testing ever since.

What's in Exxon Elite™ for you? You may find that Exxon Elite™ gives you better wear and corrosion control compared to your current oil. Or better rust protection. You may even find that Exxon Elite™ is better in all of these categories.

For record-breaking performance in your engine, specify Exxon Elite™.

Meets SAE J1899

Meets MIL-L-22851D (obsolete)

U.S. military approved

Blend of synthetic and mineral-based oils and additives

Contains the anti-wear/anti-scuffing additive required by some Lycoming engines

FAA approved fluid for Alternative Method of Compliance with AD-80-04-03-R2, paragraph b.1

Kinematic Viscosity at 100° C (cSt) 20.5

Kinematic Viscosity at 40° C (cSt) 183.1

Viscosity Index 131

Cold Cranking Simulator (CCS) Viscosity at -10° C (cP) 3,500

High Temperature High Shear (HTHS) Viscosity at 150° C (cP) 5.4

Pour Point (° C) -27

COC Flash Point (° C) 250

ASTM D 892 Foam

Seq I (ml/ml) 0/0

Seq II (ml/ml) 0/0

Seq III (ml/ml) 0/0

Gravity (°API) 30.0

Density at 15.6° C (lb/gal) 7.3

Acid Number 0.35

ASTM D 130 Copper Corrosion

(3 hours at 100° C) 1a

(3 hours at 204° C) 2c

Sediment (vol % ) nil

Ash Content (mass %)