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Thread: ENEOS motor dyno test vs. other oils

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    if it gets dirty, or smells burnt or like gas it, gets dropped.... but thats not in my truck... ill run that out to 3000ish miles...
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    not to bash RP.... but i just like to keep in mind my syncros went out after putting that in....
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynotune View Post
    Very few of them know anything about cars-
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    We should do a motor oil test on a car sometime when Andy is in town. Just so all the speculation on everyone's part is gone. I'd really like to see for myself to ensure that what I preach is the truth! Bring a 5 quarts of regular oil, Mobil 1, ENEOS and just see?!? That would give some HP numbers, but we would have to really run the oil for awhile to see lasting effects.

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    It would be neat to test the oil, but it would be difficult on a wheel dyno and a turbo car as there are so many variables that + or - 10 hp could get lost. I think the way they tested the oil on the vid was probably the most repeatable and was probably accurate. It just sucks when you don't know how objective the people running the test were.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FG2 View Post
    We should do a motor oil test on a car sometime when Andy is in town. Just so all the speculation on everyone's part is gone. I'd really like to see for myself to ensure that what I preach is the truth! Bring a 5 quarts of regular oil, Mobil 1, ENEOS and just see?!? That would give some HP numbers, but we would have to really run the oil for awhile to see lasting effects.
    The only problem would be repeating the same run with the same variables for each oil. Like keeping Air temp, intake temp, and water temp....... the same.

    If a test was to be done, a stock car would be the best place to try and compair numbers. It has less variables that effect the performance.
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