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Old 06-02-2008, 04:05 PM
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A few new ones here for ya...

SPECTROGRAPHIC ANALYSIS: Passenger Car Motor Oils
Zinc ppm Phosphorus ppm
AMSOIL Series 2000 Synthetic 0W-30 1599 1288
Mobil 1 Tri-Synthetic 5W-30 1070 892
Phillips 66 Trop Artic 10W-30 922 784
Pennzoil 5W-30 1170 905
Quaker State 10W-30 4X4 Synthetic Blend 1078 856
Castrol Syntec 5W-50 972 856

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SPECTROGRAPHIC ANALYSIS: Racing Oils
Zinc ppm Phosphorus ppm
AMSOIL Series 2000 Synthetic 20W-50 Racing Oil 1675 1380
Mobil 1 Tri-Synthetic 15W-50 1500 1174
Quaker State High Perf. Synthetic Blend 15W-50 1030 960
Havoline Formula 3 20W-50 1085 834
Castrol Syntec 5W-50 972 856
Valvoline Racing 20W-50 1192 1077

Personally, I use Mobil 1 for everything. Never had any problem; the Amsoil Series 2000 looks outstading.

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Higher numbers better or lower numbers better?
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Originally Posted by baddogz28 View Post
Higher numbers better or lower numbers better?
Higher the better.
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We use the Amsoil Series 2000 20w-50 .
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Hey Cruiser, So whats your new pic/recomendation? Thanks for doing all the leg work.
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i was told to use brad penn racing oil, any input, high zinc content.
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Is Mobil V-Twin still the best?
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Originally Posted by scarabfun View Post
i was told to use brad penn racing oil, any input, high zinc content.
If you like buildup, its still a crude based oil, with many parrifins and waxes
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Originally Posted by Hydrocruiser View Post
A few new ones here for ya...


SPECTROGRAPHIC ANALYSIS: Racing Oils
Zinc ppm Phosphorus ppm

Valvoline Racing 20W-50 1192 1077

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Is this one the dino version? Or the new synthetic racing oil?
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Anyone heard of Joe GIbbs Racing oil? Supposed to be very high in anti scuff agents and zddp. I used his break in oil with great results.
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