quote:Oh userfriendly, you are tempting me, but since I am not POSITIVE it is group III and therefore not a TRUE synthetic, I won't say anything...I wouldn't anyway because then I would be knocking the Syntec line (excepting my beloved GC, of course) and I JUST CAN'T DO THAT! [ October 15, 2003, 04:10 PM: Message edited by: pscholte ]
Originally posted by userfriendly: Keywest; Somebody is going to post that QS is not a synthetic, but a group III. When they do that, ask them to define a synthetic material.
quote:With the prices on very good group II and II+ oils the way they are at Wal-Mart, I can't see much economic sense in buying an oil SJ oil (unless it is a group IV or V). But, hey, it's up to you bud .
Originally posted by keywest19: my local k-mart has sj rated quaker state full synthetic on clearance for $2 per qt. is this stuff ok or would i be better off with a sl rated name brand dino. it's 5w-30 for my wife's villager, nissan 3.3l motor.
quote:I must be honest, I did not have Beethoven's 9th in mind...I must have been unwittingly inspired. I do appreciate your kind words.
Originally posted by userfriendly: Pscholte; Ohhh, your good. He comes back with a reference to Beethoven's 9th. Youu are indeed the master... I grovel at your feet
quote:Me too. Now I just gotta find some. Grabbed 4 quarts of 10w30(as a flush) since Mobil1 was used for the past 100k+ miles. Will probably change it when I find the 5w30. Not enough kmarts around here anymore. Need to locate some 5w30 for the winter and then 'UOA it' in the spring.
Originally posted by crashz: $2 a qrt for PAO based QS! I'm there!