Euphoric One said:off topic, but is that a pretty high end camera you took those pics with?
KissMySVT said:Pennzoil Platinum? Is it better than Mobil 1?
traktrbeam said:I have heard the Pennzoil is not a full synth.
Skoalman said:5w-20 is what is required by the owner's manual.
I put castrol syntec 5w-20 in my car for the last oil change. However, according to the internet, both castrol and mobil have switched to using a crude oil base for their "full synthetic" oils. When they did this, they were sued by a consumer group for false advertising for calling the oil "full synthetic" even though 70% of the oil is directly derived from dino oil. The oil companies' argument was that they refined the dino oil so much that it was nearly indistinguishable from "full synthetic". The consumer group argued that you can't call something "full synthetic" if 70% of it is derived from fully natural sources. The arbitrator in the case eventually sided with the oil companies, so now castrol and mobil both sell "full synthetic" oil that contains a crude oil base. It's my understanding that pennzoil platinum is still a true full synthetic and contains no dino component.
I'll probably run pennzoil platnium 5w-20 for my next oil change.
Skoalman said:Canon 30D with a 70-200 L series lens and a Canon 580EX flash. About $3000 worth of equipment, (I shoot professionally for Performance Auto Sound Magazine).
Lightmare said:If your not using Royal Purple, might as well be using Quaker State.. /run
lol I was thinking the same thing about that pic. You can damn near read the warning label on the jack. Clarity FTWEuphoric One said:Thought so, you can really tell in the pictures. You made a picture of motor oil look like a damn wallpaper quality pic!
ford_racer said:Valvoline in the normal shit for me.
I'm gonna put Royal Purple in the Stang for $6.50/qt instead of the normal $7. I love selling car parts