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Originally posted by Craig911
Perhaps this is just common sense, IMO, using *a* synthetic of any brand as well as changing it often will get you 99% of the way towards any hard-researched and $$ spent for a top oils ultimate performance gain.

3 of our 4 cars are turbocharged, and they have all received Ye Olde Mobil 1 and a good filter - often - from Day One.
No offense but mobil 1 is way too expensive for an oil that is primarily group III base. When they used to use PAO as the main stock it was a bargain but now........not so much. Delvac 1 and rotella t synthetic are a much better bargain from the same oil stock as mobil 1, but without the extra cat saving and energy saving (mpg) junk. Besides that when your driving a car with 12+ quarts of oil between changes, i would try and get the most out of it i can.
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