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Old 07-17-2013, 08:41 PM   #1
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AMSOIL SYNTHETIC OIL. Signature Series 5/30.The real synthetic.

Tried Royal Purple for 10,000 km did not like it that much. This time tried AMSOIL. What a difference better quality. Don't hear that ticking sound no more at idle when hot.You get what you pay for.

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Royal Purple is garbage. If you are going to pay THAT much for oil then you are doing it right with the Amsoil. I've never had an issue with Motorcraft blend oil though. All my cars use it and they all run great at $20 for a 5qt jug.
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++ 100% I just like that little extra protection that synthetic gives.
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If I am feeling froggy I'll go for Super Tech full synthetic from Wally World. Ranks very high on BobistheOilGuy and is basically the same price as the motorcraft.
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At $18 a liter where I live I am feeling froggy to. But great oil.
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At $18 a liter where I live I am feeling froggy to. But great oil.
There is no way in hell you will ever get me to justify a $100+ oil change on a street car haha.
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