quote:You hit the nail on the head. And in time I'm sure Amsoil will go one up on the competition as they seem to reformulate more often then the big oil companies. Plust they buy from so many vendors they have more to chose from I guess.
Amsoil has always been a stand out great oil in the past. The problem is that other oils have come out that are either just as good or have narrowed the gap. I think the real question is "Is Amsoil that much better then their competition now?". Amsoil has always blended and bottled a good product and I doubt that will change anytime soon!
quote:I have a 2001 Grand Cherokee with the 4.7 V8. It's got about 37K miles. I've been running Amsoil and Mobil1 0W-30. I've got Amsoil fluid in my diffs. Are you an Amsoil dealer Pablo? I just moved to Lansing from Atlanta. Isn't a lighter viscosity good in cold weather? I just found this site and was curious if the good things I've heard about Amsoil were true.
Originally posted by Pablo: What kind of car and mileage are you talking about?
quote:Even if you don't use Amsoil oil, you should at least switch back to their oil filters, as they are better than Mobil 1 when it comes to oil flow.
Originally posted by BTC: I've been running 0W-30 for a while. I've used the Amsoil Series 2000 and Mobil1 0W-30 for the last several changes. I will probably go with the Amsoil again. I just have to order some. I also tried the Amsoil Oil filter, but went back to Mobil1.