Why should I switch from my favorite oil? I probably need to plan an oil change for the Miata this weekend since it’s supposed to be nice weather. I have that crappy NAPA oil in it too. Wix is usually the cheapest, especially since I get a discount on them. I was using Valvoline Synpower in my other vehicles for a while, but I noticed it was breaking down a lot quicker than it should, which really concerned me. I’m sure yours is quite adequate – no need to continue to tell us about it. I have yet to see any significant proof that it’s better than the other products available, but i’ve seen a lot more people and also performance shops using the Pennzoil Platinum in the past year.
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It’s marketing gobbly gook.
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If you like the Pennzoil brand, then that’s great. Maybe i’ll try some on my vehicle on the next oil change, because pennzoip claim it’s a better product.
It costs the same on the shelf as everything else comparable at most retailers. I’m neither an engineer or chemist, so I ask, do those small differences in the baddie stuff have any measureable impact on the overall life of nisean motor? The longer the chain, the more viscous.
Part of my job is going into detail though. Some people still prefer rotary phones and like to wear tin foil hats to increase the call clarity too. I have to do the trans filter and fluid before Carlisle. Research and you’d see that Platinum outperforms Mobil as well. We’re trying to force you to switch to a oil you don’t want to, that’s costs too much, and can’t preform better than what you already use.
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I won’t use Redline or Amsoil for the reasons you mentioned. The argument “I’ve never had a problem” with the oil I’m using makes me laugh. Now I’m certainly not claiming that its the best oil for the VQ but without spending significantly more money Ultra is a great oil.
The same basic theory applies to the oils, but if you pennaoil changing your oil more often then be my guest. The original post was just simply stating “Hey Pennzoil changed their product. I probably need to plan an oil change for the Miata this weekend since it’s supposed to be nice weather. PAO is just a hydrocarbon chain with a double bonded carbon at one end.
Neither is going to cause catastrophic failure most likely.
If you like your current product and it hasn’t failed you then stick with it. It is more of a supply thing- Pennzoil owned by Shell gets the natural gas-derived base oil from Qatar. If you have a favorite oil that you’re loyal to, then there probably isn’t enough proof on the face of the planet to make you switch.
I have that crappy NAPA oil in it too. The label or claims does not make it better, nor do I really think it’s going to be any better. I like to review things too. My point is that I am selective penzoil what I buy, but I also don’t buy based on whatever marketing crap or whatever they advertise. Why would you pay more for the Pennzoil?
That’s definitely enough proof for me to continue using it.
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Or changing your oil every 3, miles vs every 10, miles. And the differences that are there may vary from batch to batch and how the oil was stored e. I know you can go for extended intervals with the Amsoil, but I really never have felt comfortable going above 10, miles for oil change intervals.
Yet somehow everyone keeps getting their panties in a twist if anyone tries to defend Pennzoil.
I use whatever Synthetic is on sale and don’t really think twice. Now, some oils that do not meet GF5 may work for certain applications– racing oils that are great on non-emission track cars will fail to meet GF5 because they contain metal-based anti-wear compounds that bond to the surfaces of oxygen sensors and catalytic converters and lead to emissions fails.
I don’t think it is appropriate for me to push the brand I used to work for, but I wanted to point out some of the overstated marketing that could be misleading.