I refuse to type an entire page of text, you didn't watch the video, so before you keep downing it maybe understand you missed the entire point. Its simply comparing Pennzoil products in a simple but some what useful way.No, I clearly said I wasn't going to watch.
Humour me, tell me what the "interesting results" are and what the parameters of the tests being performed are.
If you saw the recent thread from Engineering Explained where they were with Mobil in their engine testing lab, there were some important statements made by Mobil regarding how they set their own performance targets for their tiers of products. These are performance targets captured under the existing testing protocols, but Mobil imposes their own limits, much stricter than what the API mandates.
So, Mobil 1 EP is held to a higher standard in these tests than Mobil 1 for example. So yes, both products have the same approvals on the bottle, but one, via internal testing, has to do significantly better than not only the test limits, but than its sibling product in the "lesser" product line.
The allusion being made in this thread is that PF has provided "proof" that Pennzoil, who is essentially marketing what Mobil has stated unequivocally that they DO with their products, is in fact selling an inferior product as the superior product. Does that pass the smell tt