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Old 11-24-2013, 04:47 PM   #1
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Which oil

What kind of oil to you use ?
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What kind of oil to you use ?
greasy kind.
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Search instead of posting a bunch of threads for questions answered a ton.
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Old 11-24-2013, 05:14 PM   #5
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What the harm in ask ...many ppl don't always hit one the same post and maybe somebody might have an diff take then before
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It's getting cold in the valley I was also going to ask if you guys use a different wight in the winter it drops to 39 here.
And I've also heard 5-30 is better to run. My car has 73,000 miles
I use 5-20 royal purple can I use 5-30?
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Always wonder why people feel the need to post about searching a topic like it is a bother to them that another post of a frequent topic comes up. If the new post bothers you so much turn your damn app off.
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Always wonder why people feel the need to post about searching a topic like it is a bother to them that another post of a frequent topic comes up. If the new post bothers you so much turn your damn app off.
it bothers people because it's cluttering the forum with the same topic over and over and over again. simple search would probably solve 95% of questions asked.
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Old 11-24-2013, 11:25 PM   #9
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I use Mobil 1 lol and the matching filter
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I use Mobil 1 lol and the matching filter
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it bothers people because it's cluttering the forum with the same topic over and over and over again. simple search would probably solve 95% of questions asked.
Agreed. There's been 4+ lowering springs threads in the last 5 days. Same question and answers. Dumb
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Google must be non-existent nowadays
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Old 11-25-2013, 02:59 AM   #13
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Really it only take one person to start in you really don't have to reply ....I respect this forum and ppl on here but smart *** commets is not necessarily...just saying
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Old 11-25-2013, 03:15 AM   #15
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Not being a smart ***, just saying search google and compare the threads that come up.
That's how I've done a lot of everything.
Even installs. Take hints an tips and put them together.
That's how ill be installing my ported blower BAP etc... Threads and install write ups
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This is the second time this week I've been targeted for "being a smartass" by saying "Hey, there's a search feature, you'll get answers faster..." I only intend to help. Now I am being a smartass, but I'll cut you a break OP. I'm not quite into drama.
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Old 11-25-2013, 03:30 AM   #17
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Just saying a lot ppl post the question cause new info come out daily....old post is just that old post many ppl don't look back too see but I'll try to keep that in mind but just like I said it just info what the harm in asking sometime it's good not to post something leading that way.....it's all fun here
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What the harm in ask ...many ppl don't always hit one the same post and maybe somebody might have an diff take then before
It's because searching the forum is much easier and better than adding to its junk; and dead threads such as this one.

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Always wonder why people feel the need to post about searching a topic like it is a bother to them that another post of a frequent topic comes up. If the new post bothers you so much turn your damn app off.
It's because it is another frequent post...

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it bothers people because it's cluttering the forum with the same topic over and over and over again. simple search would probably solve 95% of questions asked.
+1

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Really it only take one person to start in you really don't have to reply ....I respect this forum and ppl on here but smart *** commets is not necessarily...just saying
My final bit. A smart a$$ response only occurs with a dumba$$ comment/thread due to the lack of using the search feature. JMO, no offense intended. Merely using your same language.
Sue me.
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Old 11-25-2013, 04:38 AM   #19
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Guess freedom of speech on here is outlaw....wow is this is what I fought for ..this is the end to this with you bro thank for the info those I'll keep it in mind
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Guess freedom of speech on here is outlaw....wow is this is what I fought for ..this is the end to this with you bro thank for the info those I'll keep it in mind
Are you drunk? I wasn't trying to be offensive but merely informative as to why the search option is a good choice before posting a "new" thread...
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What kind of oil to you use ?
I use Mobil 1 fully synthetic extended performance (gold cap, base IV) 5W-30. Great stuff.

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It's getting cold in the valley I was also going to ask if you guys use a different wight in the winter it drops to 39 here.
And I've also heard 5-30 is better to run. My car has 73,000 miles
I use 5-20 royal purple can I use 5-30?
Heck yeah bro. 5W-30 all the way. That is what I use for my stang
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Old 11-25-2013, 08:01 AM   #22
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Same here, its all u need.
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I use Mobil 1 fully synthetic extended performance (gold cap, base IV) 5W-30. Great stuff. ---------- Post added at 08:21 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:20 AM ---------- Heck yeah bro. 5W-30 all the way. That is what I use for my stang
yay another Mobil 1!!
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yay another Mobil 1!!
Heck yeah bro. Great stuff. Especially the true fully synthetic Mobil 1 extended performance.(gold cap) Nothing but the best for our ponies, right kool? Lol. Let's not forget the Napa Gold filter to go with it. Lol.
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Old 12-03-2013, 11:35 AM   #25
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This actually is really good oil. Perhaps not as good as Mobil 1 but for 17 bucks for 5 quarts full synthetic base III oil. Winner winner winner as well. Lmao



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Old 12-03-2013, 01:02 PM   #26
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I use full synthetic mobil one 5w-30 and a motorcraft filter. As a matter of fact I need to do my winter change while we're having 70 degree weather here tomorrow...
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I use the search feature
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Just tried at my last oil change - Mobil 1 synthetic 5w-30. How often you guys changing your synthetic? Mine is my daily driver and log a lot of miles. It has been about 8k since my oil change.
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Just tried at my last oil change - Mobil 1 synthetic 5w-30. How often you guys changing your synthetic? Mine is my daily driver and log a lot of miles. It has been about 8k since my oil change.
Around 7500 miles is my oil change interval. I think the oil filter is more important than the oil because your using good quality oil. I sometimes use Mobil 1 fully synthetic extended performance and Super Tech Full Synthetic 5W-30 oils. Plus a Napa gold filter.
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