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Originally posted by ADFD1:

I found this statement in the link interesting, and how myself and many feel about Amsoil: Especially #1.

From link: 3 things come to mind when looking at these numbers:

1. Amsoil fabricates or makes their numbers look better then they are.
No they don't. No one has proven this in 38 years.


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Originally posted by ADFD1:3. What goes on inside an engine in real world operating conditions is what really makes an oil good, hence, specs are not that important.
Specs and formulations help predict what happens in the real world. Real world testing can have too many variables. Both are important. That is why motor oil companies should do both. And due to unpredictables, a good warranty covers that.
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