Well, if I take the Dragboat approach, I would say read all prior posts, 1million of them, and learn and study them and you will find your answer on here somewhere. But I'm not him so don't worry. I would go with a 10w-30 Mobil 1 or even a 0w-40. 94 Formula....is that a Trans-Am?? Being in the Great state of Texas, there probably isn't any reason to go below a 10w-30. From reading many posts over the last two weeks I've come to realize there are many great oils. But the best oil for your money that you can easily buy is Mobil 1. Viscosity, Heat Shear, pour point, wear properties are all important and you'll find M1 is at the top of the list. Amsoil, Redline and others are just as good but are not as easily available. I would go with a Puralator Pure One oil filter, or M1 if you have an Autozone near by. Amsoil is another great oil, but based on data analysis, the benefits are minimal. I think where Amsoil really excels is extended drain intervals and even with there "25,000 mile claims", data has shown otherwise that there oil really shouldnt be taken that far. All in all, just go with a top synthetic from Mobil and stick with a 10w-30 or 0w-40 weight. Both are very durable oils.
[ November 29, 2002, 11:59 PM: Message edited by: buster ]