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Old Dec 22, 2010, 06:57 AM
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Some current oil analysis info, ongoing testing.

**** Update on page 19. I am posting oil pressure related data to some of these oils.





Having tried many different oils on both street and track on both the current evo and my last project car I had (mr2 turbo) I have decided to get data on the oils I have been using. My goal with this is to see what my oils are doing, which meets my criteria based on the data I recieve, and also will be posting uoa and voas from various other members with their setups. Hopefully we can have some good info on here that is EVO specific and what we are seeing with the various oils evo members are running.

First oil I received back from Blackstone was amsoil 5w30asl. It was ran for 3000 miles, dd going from home to work (~19 miles each way). The evo was driven consevatively with not alot of heavy wot boosting, using a napa gold/wix filter. here is the info:


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UOA by Chef-j
rotella 15w40 1500 miles



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UOA by Raptord


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UOA by Raptord:
UOA on Amsoil 20W-50 ZROD:





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Amsoil 5w30 asl - 3000 miles 91 octane









here is the same specs of the oil new, per amsoil website.
http://www.amsoil.com/storefront/asl.aspx



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UOA by Raptord.
Amsoil Synthetic 10W-30 ATM -3986 miles on the oil.


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[quote=Raptord;10038250]New UOA from me. 5W-30 Amsoil Synthetic.











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UOA by Raptord.
Amsoil Synthetic 10W-30 ATM -3660 miles on the oil.








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link to amsoil 10w30 ATM. http://www.amsoil.com/storefront/atm.aspx



UOA by Raptord
Amsoil Synthetic 10W-30 ATM 3146 miles on oil







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UOA by Raptord
10w30 Amsoil ATM, built 2.0 engine--- 2659 miles









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Pennzoil Ultra 5w30- 2800 miles, 91 octane
( Ultra on the left, amsoil 5w30 from above on the right)




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UOA by cij911.
Mobil 1 10w-30 after ~3K miles of use - 91 octane + 50%Meth/50% Water with an M10 jet



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link to Mobile 1 10w30. http://www.mobiloil.com/USA-English/..._1_10W-30.aspx

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UOA by cij911.

Mobile 1 10w30 High mileage after 3500 miles -91 octane + 50%Meth/50% Water with an M10 jet



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UOA by Thrilla

Mobile 1 0w40 3800 miles, 92 Octane, and one novice PDE.
Here are my mods:

BBK full

TBE with HFC

stock cams

and some odds and ends






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UOA by TougeGod7

Mobile 1 10w30 2700 miles and 1 track day.
OEM filter
91 octane
316whp/301wtq




UOA by golgo13

AMSOil 0w30 2000 miles and 2 track days.
AMSOil Filter
91 octane
291whp/300wtq


UOA by golgo13

AMSOil 0w30 500 miles and 1 track day.
AMSOil Filter
91 octane
291whp/300wtq



UOA by golgo13

Pennzoil Ultra5w30 300 miles and 2 track days.
Napa Gold Filter
91 octane
291whp/300wtq

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- - This thread is not meant to bash or promote one oil over the other but rather to inform based on unbiased testing. If you have a uoa or voa you would like to share please post it up.



Thanks for reading.

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UOA Provided by Montu
Amsoil 10-30 old blue label
3,800 Miles 2 track days 91 octane oem filter





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E85 Fuel

UOA Provided by Montu

3,000 miles 3 track days e85 oem filter





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E85 Fuel
UOA provided by 10isace
3000 miles on Royal Purple 10-30W, E85





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New, unused oil

Pennzoil Ultra 5w30- 0 miles






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New, unused oil

VOA by Jeffs2006EVOIX

Redline 5w30-- 0 miles, new



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link to redline 5w30. http://www.redlineoil.com/product.aspx?pid=2&pcid=21

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UOA by TougeGod7Amsoil series 1000 10w30
here's what mine looks like after 6,000 miles which included a track day, sitting for 3 months, and lots and lots of other abuse. only reason i ran it so long is because i didn't have time to change it earlier + being a little on the lazy side :P






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UOA by me. Amsoil RD30 10w30 race oil One track day and 1000 miles.. ( RD30 far left, amsoil 10w30 ATM for the others on the right)



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UOA by YogSaahoth
This is a stock motor w/ 50kmi running hta green for about one year (27psi, 400whp). This oil sample is Amsoil HDD 5w30






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UOA provided by talonesi95t
Pennzoil Platinum 5w30



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UOA by Raptord
Amsoil Zrod 20w50






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UOA by Raptord
Amsoil Zrod 5w30


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i run that exact (amsoil 5w30)oil. i do 5k intervals but do a lot of stop and go. good information.
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Dude, make the sheet bigger, can't read it very well, but good idea.
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UOA by Raptord
Amsoil ZROD 20W50










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UOA by a4rontran
Shell Rotella T6 synthetic 5w40




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UOA by Drew1
Amsoil Zrod 10w30

Z-rod 10-30 attached




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UOA by Golgo13
Amsoil 0w30




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Originally Posted by TommiM View Post
ya sorry about that. For some reason photobucket doesnt like to cooperate. Im still working on that.
Just as a suggestion, after you get the pic to the size you want on your own computer, upload it to imageshack. Use sizing option "do not resize". Copy the address called "forum code" (I think), to paste into the insert image thing here. It will come back out of imageshack looking just like when you put it in. Don't need to register. You can give it a png, jpg, whatever you want. png's for some reason work really well for documents and other things that have a lot of white area. Delete the header code out of the insert image blank before you paste in the forum code.

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Originally Posted by Talonboost View Post
Just as a suggestion, after you get the pic to the size you want on your own computer, upload it to imageshack. Use sizing option "do not resize". Copy the address called "forum code" (I think), to paste into the insert image thing here. It will come back out of imageshack looking just like when you put it in. Don't need to register. You can give it a png, jpg, whatever you want. png's for some reason work really well for documents and other things that have a lot of white area. Delete the header code out of the insert image blank before you paste in the forum code.

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Call me dumb but I'm a new Evo owner is the amsoil Asl the amsoil the same as the amsoil xl if it is in fact different is the xl still a good oil?
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Call me dumb but I'm a new Evo owner is the amsoil Asl the amsoil the same as the amsoil xl if it is in fact different is the xl still a good oil?
Nop not the same, ASL is a much more robust oil it holds up to more abuse than XL but much more important it will do it for alonger period of time , more detergents are found in the ASL,,,, i wont take cerit from XL as it has been redesigned to go for longer times between drain.
Although XL is a great budget oil to be used on evos at around 5.85 a quart, but still a group 4 premium oil.
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Is ordering the Asl the only way to get it? Don't mean to thread jack
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My understanding was that the XL line was Group 3 oil. mmmmm Can someone double check that please.
Jeff no need to double check that.

AMSOIL does not use para synthetics, they are all premium synthetics AKA "chemically synthesized materials"

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