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Saunsw Summer Tech Night Nulon Oils 18th February


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SAU.NSW officially would like to thank Nulon for hosting this wonderful event about lubricants





Please watch above video!

Topic: Nulon Oils and Additives



Day/Date: 18th February



Time: From 6pm to approx. 9pm, but be there a little earlier. End time is just approximate, please be aware that most tech nights that we have held have gone over time.



Address: 17 Yulong Close, Moorebank. As soon as you pull into Ylong Close you can see us at the end on the right.



Google Maps URL: https://goo.gl/maps/KXuIi



Parking: Plenty of Parking in their car park!



Food and Drink: Snacks and drinks will be provided with thanks to Nulon


This event is Free for Members - although non-members still have time to apply and pay for membership!


Each SAU NSW financial member registered and in attendance for this event will recieve a bottle of synthetic oil and fuel treatment : for any special requirements please let us know in this thread and we will take note and see what we can do


Please also put up in this thread any Questions you would like to have answered on the night.


Spots are limited with a minimum of 25.


This tech arvo is held with thanks to Nulon. The Night will be on lubricants and additives including their effectiveness for both road and race applications. This will be a very informative night!

One of the things that really sets our club apart is our commitment to being true enthusiasts. When on normal roads we strive to maintain good relations with the authorities as well as the public in general.

When attending one of Skylines Australia NSW events please try to:

* Be aware of surrounding environment and act accordingly.
* Drive courteously on the state’s roads as a true enthusiast should.
* Understand how important it is to maintain the good name of SAUNSW and thus, treat others accordingly.
* Any misbehaviour will not be tolerated and you will be asked to leave.



*** All advice and demonstrations given by workshops, professional practices and factories for SAU.NSW Tech Nights are the responsibility (of accuracy) of the establishments - not the car club.

*** Details may change. check back regularly.
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Just so everybody knows. I have added the following to the bottom of first post. It is just some general rules that we ask people to follow at our events.

One of the things that really sets our club apart is our commitment to being true enthusiasts. When on normal roads we strive to maintain good relations with the authorities as well as the public in general.

When attending one of Skylines Australia NSW events please try to:

* Be aware of surrounding environment and act accordingly.
* Drive courteously on the state’s roads as a true enthusiast should.
* Understand how important it is to maintain the good name of SAUNSW and thus, treat others accordingly.
* Any misbehaviour will not be tolerated and you will be asked to leave.

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