- Apr 5, 2004
- Pensacola & Vero Beach FL
I would define "best" along the lines of what's important to me (whether it's UOA results, fuel economy, engine sound, whatever). Then I'd try a couple oils that I feel might meet my criteria for "best" and see how they performed. It might take some time, and I know I probably won't get scientific results, but still, I can do a lot to narrow the boundaries.
Originally Posted By: tig1
How can you define best? As others have said most oils today are good and provide good results. In my case M1 oils have performed great for 31 years in many different cars and some with high mileage. The same for my family. By the way no one in the family has had an engine replaced. Others here on BITOG report the same thing with their oil choice as well, so I would say stick with what works well for you.