SRT Oil

Discussion in 'Dodge Challenger General Maintenance' started by SRT-Tom, Jun 21, 2012.

  1. SRT-Tom

    SRT-Tom Well-Known Member Super Moderator Article Writer

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    oil

    they sure did not tell you that when mopar first switched from mobil one and started using Pennzoil in the srt's it was "5w40" and had problems and the dealers were putting mobil one "0w40" back in @ (FREE OF CHARGE) now pennzoil came out with "0w40" and it's ok now? :) and another thing is that when chrysler went bankrupt and alot of vendors did not get paid like "MOBIL" DON'T YOU THINK THAT LEFT A NASTY TASTE IN THERE MOUTH'S? it's kinda like tires , Michelin was the first radial tire made and they are still the best, like mobil one the 1st synthetic and it's still the best in my eyes. and also what is the oil of choice in most all auto racing's crank case's? i think you all know the answer to that. "MOBIL 1" for my fleet and even my lawn mower...

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    I agree. If its good enough for NASCAR, its good enough for my SRT.
     
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    I think the Pennzoil comes from them being used in Ferrari's also. Mobil 1 has always been good enough and no trouble, so why change.