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#1967381 - 07/27/10 02:20 PM conventional oil comparison test
jmsjags Offline


Registered: 10/16/09
Posts: 561
Loc: Richmond, VA
anyone have a link to that test done by the nonprofit website that was posted on here a couple months ago? they tested mobil clean 5000, pennzoil yb, quaker state gb, castrol gtx, exxon, havoline, valvoline, citgo, shell, etc.
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#1967392 - 07/27/10 02:27 PM Re: conventional oil comparison test [Re: jmsjags]
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Registered: 05/26/03
Posts: 638
Loc: Ohio
Perhaps you are remembering this

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#1967398 - 07/27/10 02:31 PM Re: conventional oil comparison test [Re: Brian Barnhart]
jmsjags Offline


Registered: 10/16/09
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that's it! thank you cheers

great site btw. they have private label brands now too woo!
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#1967406 - 07/27/10 02:36 PM Re: conventional oil comparison test [Re: jmsjags]
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Registered: 12/08/06
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Guess it's good I used my PittPenn as a flushing oil.

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#1967435 - 07/27/10 03:06 PM Re: conventional oil comparison test [Re: John_K]
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M5K looks mighty good.
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#1967441 - 07/27/10 03:13 PM Re: conventional oil comparison test [Re: shrooms]
jmsjags Offline


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Originally Posted By: shrooms
M5K looks mighty good.


yea IMO it tops any of the others. the only problem is there aren't as many deals or rebates with mobil
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#1967461 - 07/27/10 03:30 PM Re: conventional oil comparison test [Re: jmsjags]
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It was $1.99 a Quart at O'Reilly's last month.
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#1967464 - 07/27/10 03:32 PM Re: conventional oil comparison test [Re: jmsjags]
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Registered: 12/27/09
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Loc: Tennessee
I never worry about the cost of oil, buy what u know is worth putting n ur auto, the cost of a new engine far exceeds 10 bucks a quart of the oil u should have used. Its a thought>>>>
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#1967482 - 07/27/10 03:43 PM Re: conventional oil comparison test [Re: CourierDriver]
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It's a good thought, but that doesn't fuel the obsession to build a stash of oil at firesale prices.

I mean, you're reality is trumped by many member's obsessive delusional tendencies, myself included.
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#1969072 - 07/29/10 06:51 AM Re: conventional oil comparison test [Re: CourierDriver]
tradosaurus Offline


Registered: 03/25/10
Posts: 18
Loc: texas
Originally Posted By: CourierDriver
I never worry about the cost of oil, buy what u know is worth putting n ur auto, the cost of a new engine far exceeds 10 bucks a quart of the oil u should have used. Its a thought>>>>


that's exactly the opinion the oil companies want you to have. That the higher the price the better the product.

Oil is a lubricant and 99% of oils will be fine if you change your oil every 5,000 to 7,000 miles.

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#1969147 - 07/29/10 08:20 AM Re: conventional oil comparison test [Re: CourierDriver]
bigdawg74 Offline


Registered: 04/08/10
Posts: 327
Loc: WA state
Originally Posted By: CourierDriver
I never worry about the cost of oil, buy what u know is worth putting n ur auto, the cost of a new engine far exceeds 10 bucks a quart of the oil u should have used. Its a thought>>>>


I wonder how many people have actually paid to have a new motor put in their vehicle and gone, "Man, I really wish I would have used XXXXX brand/type oil instead of XXXXX brand/type oil. I would not be in this position now."

Just a thought....
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#1969162 - 07/29/10 08:35 AM Re: conventional oil comparison test [Re: bigdawg74]
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Synthetic oil is more for longevity. 200+ If your not the guy who keeps a car for that long,then I dont think it`s necessary. Although on the other hand,I think today`s Conventional oil`s will do the same. or close to it.
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#1969163 - 07/29/10 08:35 AM Re: conventional oil comparison test [Re: bigdawg74]
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I wonder how many people have actually HAD to paid to have a new motor put in because of something their oil did or didn't do for them.

Another thought...
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#1969176 - 07/29/10 09:01 AM Re: conventional oil comparison test [Re: bigdawg74]
Zaedock Offline


Registered: 09/10/05
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Loc: Massachusetts
Originally Posted By: bigdawg74
Originally Posted By: CourierDriver
I never worry about the cost of oil, buy what u know is worth putting n ur auto, the cost of a new engine far exceeds 10 bucks a quart of the oil u should have used. Its a thought>>>>


I wonder how many people have actually paid to have a new motor put in their vehicle and gone, "Man, I really wish I would have used XXXXX brand/type oil instead of XXXXX brand/type oil. I would not be in this position now."

Just a thought....


I wonder how many people use Mobil 1 or equivalent quality synthetic, only to dump it <5000 miles thinking they're getting better protection than me, day to day, using SuperTech.

99%+ of daily driven vehicles do not need synthetic to live long, and happy lives.
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#1969252 - 07/29/10 11:03 AM Re: conventional oil comparison test [Re: Zaedock]
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Most people buying an extra expense product labeled "full synthetic oil" are not getting synthetic oil anyway. Most. Some buy RL or Amsoil or some oddball mobil products and actually Do get synthetic oil. There aint much out there though that is real synthetic in a 5w-30 .... that you can get OTC at AZ or WM.


Edited by ARCOgraphite (07/29/10 11:05 AM)
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