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Old 02-11-2013, 03:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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srt oil?

so i went and got my oil changed today and i was told i need to be running a srt oil made for all srt modles. that all other oils were guming up the motors and blowing them up. i have never herd of this befor i have always used mobile1.anyone know if this is true

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He's lying ..mobil1 full synthetic... he's just trying to get more money out of you. i'd find somewhere else to get my oil changed.
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Re: srt oil?

haha ya maybe a good idea just thought id ask see if there was any truth to what he was saying

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0W/40 synthetic is what you need. Nothing more, nothing less.
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Funny thing but when you look on the quart bottle of pennzoil ultra 0w40 there is an SRT logo on it. Just changed my oil for the first time yesterday. Used the pennzoil ultra. The black beast purs like a kitten... And growls when she gets madddd
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They did switch to this oil somewhere in 09 or 10 for all models. However Mobil 1 is fine.
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Re: srt oil?

thats good to know then ill just stick to what iv been useing thanks
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If you put anything pennzoil in your car you don't really know what good oil is. Mobil 1 or nothing at all. And buy a catch can!


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If you put anything pennzoil in your car you don't really know what good oil is. Mobil 1 or nothing at all. And buy a catch can!
^^^Utter baloney. The oil recommended is by type and grade in the manual, NOT by brand.

All the pennzoil myths are a million years old, their newer formulas are excellent and I would use them in a heartbeat if the value was there.

That said, M1 0W-40 is one of the most lauded oils on the planet that passes a lot of OEM specs.

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srt oil?

Lauded how? Mobil 1 was the first company to create synthetic oil. And as far as pennzoil I had worked for a Chrysler dealership and the problems that conventional and synthetic pennzoil caused was crazy. I owned a WJ at the time and when I first bought the jeep it had a crazy lifter tick when it was running pennzoil. I immediately changed to a high mileage valvoline and the tick disappeared. Same issue happened with my 300 and switched to mobil 1. The only reason pennzoil is recommended is because Chrysler has a contract with pennzoil. If you want to run mediocre oil in your car go with pennzoil. If you don't believe me do some research.


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