pennzoil platinum vs mobil 1
According to these measurements, Mobil 1 advanced full synthetic (basic Mobil 1) has a film strength of 117,799 psi whereas Pennzoil Platinum's fim strength is only 99,949 psi. If you look at the wear metals everything is okay and lead has been steadily dropping. Come winter, the truck gets Rotella t6 full synthetic 5w-40.. makes a noticeable difference in startup and warm up. My 1st oilchange I'll let the dealer do. this article (police fleet) with more specifics claims if engine failure occurs under warranty and cause was oil and you don't use dexos spec'd they won't honor the warranty, Mobil 1 ESP is on the dexos2 certified list on the GM site. Anyway I believe uphill driving is the cause for the high lead levels, but they have been dropping.im doing a 3,000 oil change and I'll see where lead levels are. So many religions but only on God. I used to use the extended performance myself. - SOLD, Oh, and if you are the "bragger" type and don't mind wasting money, go with something like Amsoil. I plan on keeping this for 7K miles, I will update my review then, or if anything goes wrong. This is for a 5,000 mile oil change interval. I would buy it again. All Pennzoil products are approved and the Pennzoil Ultra Platinum comes highly recommended. It's the best. For most purposes both are fine. I have never used octane boosters. We’re the ultimate Dodge RAM forum to talk about the RAM 1500, 2500 and 3500 including the Cummins powered models. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Rotella for turbo, diesels, and motorcycles (with a wet clutch/trans). My first change is coming up and will have to decide? 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Both run like brand new and never burn any oil and I have ran Mobil extended 15,000 mi oil to 10k several times. At this point, you have a theory that Mobil1 produces the worst wear numbers, Pennzoil produces fewer, and Amsoil the least. She had 132,232 K when I bought her, I've had her for about 6 months now and tuned her up as soon as I got brought her down from Conneticut. Only a few bucks more in general and so far so good. ehehehe, Holly crap that is a good price, will have to check there next time. Mobil1 has been a 'gold standard' for a long time. It is good quality and I have never had a problem with this brand. I'd use it, along with a premium filter (Mobil1/etc.). Just picked up a 17 RAM 1500 V6. It's a toyota so itll run well regardless. So anyone who wants proof amsoil is better there it is. No just looking for the best at a reasonable price, as both Mobil1 and Pennzoil can be purchased at Wally World at a decent price. Pennzoil Platinum has been shown through UOA's to resist breakdown on motors that shear the oil badly - like the GM 3.6 V6 and the Ford 3.5 ecoBoost. It actually saves money since you don't change oil as often. If you don't perform DIY oil changes, Pennzoil full synthetics are probably the way to go. If it's some regular econo box passenger car with no guts like the majority of cars out there, I wouldn't get too excited to spend the extra money for mobil1. Been using M1 in everything for well over 20 yrs. The Pennzoil Ultra Platinum has a better motor oil to severe driving conditions while the Mobil 1 does not severe it. These two oils, every time I’ve used them, have resulted in the lowest wear numbers and highest levels of the additives I want to see. Pricey as all hell though. I won't speculate too much but that additive didn't help all of the 2011's, 12's, and now 13 Hemi's that had catastrophic lifter failures. The engine is quiet and smooth. Dodge Ram Detailing and General Maintenance Forum, https://www.mobil.com/english-us/passenger-vehicle-lube/pds/glxxmobil-1-extended-performance, http://www.pennzoil.com/en_us/produ...atinum-SAE-5W-20-Full-Synthetic-Motor-Oil.pdf, VerticalScope Inc., 111 Peter Street, Suite 901, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2H1, Canada.