AeroShell 15w-50 is Finally Back In Stock and Shipping TODAYWe are so sorry for the delay and thankful to all our customers that hung in there. While we don’t think we will ever know for sure from the manufacturers why they have these shortages, we are happy it seems to be corrected.
Navigating Supply Issues:
Why Phillips 66 Victory 20w-50 Can Fill the AeroShell 15w-50 Gap
We understand the challenge in getting AeroShell 15w50 lately – it's been a common headache for many. Have you considered using Phillips 66 Victory 20w-50 instead?
Phillips 66 Victory 20w-50:
- is a multi-viscosity piston engine oil that meets all the same specifications as Aeroshell 15w-50
- is the same viscosity at operating temperature
- contains the Lycoming 16702 additive for anti-scuff/anti-wear which is mandated by Lycoming Service Bulletins 446E and 471B and Service Instruction 1409C.
- is formulated for year-round use in aircraft piston engines and was developed by Phillips 66 as a direct replacement for Exxon Elite 20w50 back in 2019.
Phillips 66 Victory 20w-50 is a suitable replacement for AeroShell 15w-50 as well as Commercial Grade 65, 80 or 100 single grade oils.
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