Nothin but the best for my baby
@jimz06 I only use RP in my car too. Funny everyone ive spoken to from 250 four strokes roders to LSx series track cars prefer RP.
@jimz06 knock on wood I've never had any problems. RP feels thin to begin with. AMSOIL is good but for me RP is more readily available. It suits my needs. AMSOIL goes in like oil and comes out like mud. And waiting 25k miles to change my oil is a little unsettling even though it is more cost effective.
Try pennzoil platinum or ultra
How's that k&n filter treated ya @mr_chevy
I sell all of the above gents, it's all a matter of preference,I use Mobil 1
That's my oil change in my Yukon, silverado and jeep.... K&n filter and rp 5-30
@badzj hell yea dude!
Why such a heavy weight? Just preference?
@lowr_thn_u yea I've run 1030 and 1040 in all my cars. It's what my dad did so it just kinda blended it's way into my cars
how do u compare RP with Mobil1 ??? any difference between them
@ak_alshaikh awhile back I read a comparison of the two RP was shown to actually be more 'slippery' and in some cases actually freed up 5 horsepower. Whether that's true or not I don't know. In my personal experience RP lasts longer. RP doesn't break down as bad as Mobil 1 in between oil changes. That's just from me and my driving style.
fair enough ,, cost the same or ?
@ak_alshaikh RP is almost $10/quart where as Mobil 1 is about $6/quart depending on what type of Mobil you get (high mileage, extended mileage or regular synthetic)
I would recommend Royal Purple to a friend before Mobil 1. On the same token I only use Exxon/Mobil premium gas. So it's all in your preference
great, thanx bro ..