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[Napa Auto Parts] QUAKER STATE SYNTHETIC OILS, 5 L $29.99!

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[Napa Auto Parts] QUAKER STATE SYNTHETIC OILS, 5 L $29.99!

I know people like to stock up on oil here so here is a deal from NAPA.

QUAKER STATE ULTIMATE DURABILITY SYNTHETIC OILS, 5L.

http://flyers.napacanada.com/h/m/napaau ... =en&type=1
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Same product as motomaster formula1 5L
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Motomaster is pretty bad quality oil...
but I guess if you don't care too much about your car , is very good price.
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raver4444 wrote: Motomaster is pretty bad quality oil...
but I guess if you don't care too much about your car , is very good price.
Although I personally don't use the stuff, whats your basis behind the negative feedback? Have any proof it's bad quality?
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raver4444 wrote: Motomaster is pretty bad quality oil...
but I guess if you don't care too much about your car , is very good price.
Oh here we go again... do you have any proof? Motomaster synth is made by shell and is well proven to be a top oil.

And no, it's not the same product as Quaker State...

Pretty sure Mobil 1 synth was $28 recently at Parts Source

Really, any of these oils are going to be fine for your car, unless you're driving a million dollar supercar. If you want to get really technical, go through the bobistheoilguy forums where users will test the crap out of all these oils to see whats really in them.
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Some say it is made by Castrol
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AFAIK 0w20 is Castrol and the rest are formula shell rebrand
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AFAIK cars can't tell a difference between the oil either. Some will last longer than the others and ofc it all comes down to your driving habit
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Does it really matter who it's made by? As long as you change your oil on a regular time frame your car will thank you for it. The harder you drive the sooner you should change it, especially if you track days your car on the weekends.

Plus this jug is 5L, haven't seen that size go on sale. It's usually something like 4.47L.
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Motor oil prices has not dropped at all relative to the price of a barrel of oil. :facepalm:
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some1not wrote: Does it really matter who it's made by? As long as you change your oil on a regular time frame your car will thank you for it. The harder you drive the sooner you should change it, especially if you track days your car on the weekends.

Plus this jug is 5L, haven't seen that size go on sale. It's usually something like 4.47L.

It does. Some essentials additives packages might have not been added.

Such as moly
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Nothing but the best goes in to all your $11,000 stripped-base-model Elantras.
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GiOBoY wrote: MSDS listing here - shell oil is TOP grade.

I posted the Motormaster F1 thread last week for $25.
Thanks for posting the MSDS for Formula F1.

I'm amazed by the number of tribologists that pour out of woodpile to naysay Motomaster F1. They probably think their pornhub membership qualifies them as gynecologists, as well
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DealCanuck wrote: Doesn't specify it is formula1 though
Someone on BITOG punched in the article number. CT has to maintain the MSDS.
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Kasakato wrote: Someone on BITOG punched in the article number. CT has to maintain the MSDS.
I don't think they do that anymore

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