quote:Thanks for the news. One interesting thing about the new oil is that the cold cranking spec is poorer than M1 0w-30, yet the cold pumping spec is better.
Originally posted by cdavidc1949: the product data sheet is out for this oil at mobil website
quote:Just a mild opinion here. When you resort to this type of verbage you tend to alienate some folks. One of the nice things about this board has been the total absense of this. Just check out the Edmunds board, if you have any doubts. Again-just MHO.
Originally posted by HOndaGuy: only the stupid and foolish would buy the amsoil.
quote:Which Honda vehicle/engine do you have and what is the climate?
Originally posted by HOndaGuy: about the same specs for viscosity as the amsoil 5w20, but at a much cheaper price and the fact that is a real synthetic makes it more appealing. This definitely is going in my honda next.
quote:Yeah I guess with this engine you can get away with that grade. I could never use 5w20 in my car.. It would chew it up at 7.5K rpm into a 10 weight.
Originally posted by HOndaGuy: i have a 2002 honda civic ex 5 speed coupe that calls for 5w20 and i live in michigan. basically, i can use this 0w20 mobil 1 all year round since it never gets that hot up here in michigan.