Don't know about it myself, but I get work done on my Maserati by an independent who specializes in Porsches, and he recommends AMSOIL for my car based on his experience with it on the Porsches.I've been using Mobil 1 in all my cars but I recently met a longtime Porsche enthusiast who swears by AMSOIL. Anyone here have any knowledge or experience with this brand?
Any name brand synthetic oil will do the trick. Truthfully, most of us change our oil so frequently (3K miles or so), the tiny differences from brand to brand never matter.What brand of oil is yours of choice?
Huge mistake to believe in this! Don't kid yourselves.---I also understand that there is VERY LITTLE difference in other high end engine oils when compared to each other.
All due respect to Dr. Haas, those are his opinions, and, therefore, I will stick with Redline.Redline oil is no better than Mobil 1 and many others in regard to lubrication...---
Mobil 1 makes a 0W-40 full synthetic which is rated as high as all other oils on the planet.. I run it all the time... If your engine goes while using Mobil 1, they will buy you a new engine...Mobil 1 does NOT make a 5w40. Correct?? If correct, it isn't an option for my car...
You might notice Redline was mentioned as being run straight out of the can by several F1 teams...All due respect to Dr. Haas, those are his opinions, and, therefore, I will stick with Redline.
It has proven to me its superior characteristics both for engine and for transmission lubrication.
The composition may vary slightly but I am saying that in practice there is a considerable functional difference in these oils.---What I am saying, and truly believe, is that the COMPOSITION of these oils varies only SLIGHTLY from one to another.