quote:I definitely say to go for the Pennzoil if you're gonna run dino. Walmart up here always has tons of Pennzoil jugs in stock, and I believe it's priced lower than all other oils (except for their crappy house brand) too. When you combine the fact that Pennzoil has a group 2+ base oil, with a bit of moly added as well, it is definitely the bargain oil out there! Does anyone have a recent oil analysis of Pennzoil 10w30 or 5w30 with the SL formulation?
Originally posted by Employee#08: Definitely, Pennzoil seems to be the clear winner. Might have to switch over to Pennz for my next oil change. Maxlife no more?
quote:Canuk, from what I read Pennzoil Purebase is 99% saturated. Johnny, which is the correct value? 97% or 99%?
Originally posted by Canuk: Employee#8-- Checkout the Petro Canada site. I think you'll find that their "supreme" oil looks even better than the Pennzoil. They claim that their Hydrotreating/Hydroisomerisation process produces 99.5% saturated base stock. Whereas Pennzoil only claims 97% saturated. Both of these are good, but if you're splitting hairs.. Also the Supreme oil has better flash point and pour points. The numbers are even better on their semi-synth oil which uses a combination of their Hydrotreated and VHVI (Very High Viscosity Index) fluids. These are the oils that I'm considering switching to if the new SS M1 gets too much more expensive when it comes out here.