Lucas 10w30 NOACK off the charts!

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Wow, that's a crazy difference... But you know what some of the members are going to say... "Yeah but that's Amsoils testing, and we can't be sure it's truthful" BLAH BLAH BLAH.
 
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Is Amsoil implying that any SM oil even conventional is better than Lucas <u><b>Synthetic</b></u> High Performance Motor Oil?
 
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 Originally Posted By: Audi Junkie
AMSoil picked a couple of soft targets there.
True, but there are so many misinformed consumers out there that think RP and Lucas are as good as it gets.
 
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 Originally Posted By: CompSyn
True, but there are so many misinformed consumers out there that think RP and Lucas are as good as it gets.
They need to join BITOG then! (RP is a darn good oil from what I read here though...)
 

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With a NOACK of 11.5%, RP clearly is Grp III based or contains sig. amounts of Grp III. Probably a blend like many synthetics today. Mobil 1 usually comes in 2nd on all of Amsoil's white papers. What does that tell you? lol
 
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11.5% NOACK is a bit below par for a full synthetic 10W-30, even by primarily Group III 10W-30 standards. NOACK for PP 10W-30 is 9.7% and Valvoline SynPower 10W-30 is 8%. It's really hard to beat those two for the money.
 

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 Originally Posted By: Ben99GT
NOACK for PP 10W-30 is 9.7% and Valvoline SynPower 10W-30 is 8%. It's really hard to beat those two for the money.
It really is. Two very good oils.
 

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 Originally Posted By: sunfire
Does this mean Lucas 10W30 should have their SM license revoked?
If enough samples were found and validated by an independent Lab, YES.
 
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 Originally Posted By: Ben99GT
11.5% NOACK is a bit below par for a full synthetic 10W-30, even by primarily Group III 10W-30 standards. NOACK for PP 10W-30 is 9.7% and Valvoline SynPower 10W-30 is 8%. It's really hard to beat those two for the money.
How others stacked up with NOACK... What's up with GTX? Is it already a GF-5 formulation perhaps?
 
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 Originally Posted By: buster
With a NOACK of 11.5%, RP clearly is Grp III based or contains sig. amounts of Grp III. Probably a blend like many synthetics today. Mobil 1 usually comes in 2nd on all of Amsoil's white papers. What does that tell you? lol
Maybe you're right.. I was Always told it was 100% PAO. Looks like RP oils are ExonMobil's Hydrogenated Mineral Oil (EHC-60), PAO, and Ester.
 

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Some grades probably have more PAO than others, similar to M1. It also may vary on the market for base oils.
 
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