Will Amsoil's 100% Synthetic Motor Oil beat Penrite? Let's find out!

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  • Published on: 08 June 2019
  • Final 4 oil showdown. Amsoil Signature Series 5W-30 100% synthetic motor oil competes against Penrite Vantage and Schaeffer's Supreme 9000 competes against Pennzoil Ultra Platinum full synthetic motor oil for the final 2 oil championship positions. Other brands already tested in the oil playoffs include: Mobil 1 Royal Purple, Amazon Basics, Quaker State, Lucas, Super Tech, Liqui Moly, Red Line, Kendall, Castrol, Valvoline, and Motul.

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    I purchased all of the oils tested and am not sponsored by any of the brands tested, nor do I sell any of the products tested. The testing methods outlined in this video are my own and not performed using expensive oil lab testing equipment or following the ASTM, SAE or API testing standards. The three tests outlined in the video include tests for viscosity at varying temperatures, film strength, and evaporative testing. In my opinion, the testing approaches used in this video provide consumers with valuable information on choosing the right motor oil for their specific application. Hope you enjoy the rest of the video and thank you very much for supporting the channel by watching the commercials and through Patreon support. https://www.patreon.com/projectfarm

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  • Runtime : 10:9
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COMMENTS: 40

  • Project Farm
    Project Farm   3 months ago

    Championship showdown happens on Monday at 2:45 CST. Which oil brand will take home the championship best oil trophy? Let's find out! Hope you've enjoyed the oil series as much as I have. Please let me know your ideas on future video topics. Thanks again!

  • Johnnie Black
    Johnnie Black   5 days ago

    Ya gotta give it to the Aussies they know how to manufacture such a quality oil such as Penrite.

  • zmirc
    zmirc   1 weeks ago

    This is by far the most exciting testing of car engine oils. Much respect and appreciation.

  • greek
    greek   2 weeks ago

    @ 7:10 what kind of freezer is that that thing is huge.

  • Bryce
    Bryce   2 weeks ago

    I'd be really curious to see Shell Rotella T6 tested. It's definitely an oil that a lot of turbo car enthusiasts use for its HTHS, good TBN, and the fact that its $20 a gallon!

  • Leo Opalewski
    Leo Opalewski   3 weeks ago

    Previous test for pennzoil, I think you used pennzoil platinum, not ultra platinum.

  • Bob Keller
    Bob Keller   3 weeks ago

    And the very next test. Lubrication test with hot oil. I really wish I watched all before recommending. Lol

  • Mitra Mongroo
    Mitra Mongroo   4 weeks ago

    Excellent Video. Keep u the Great Work.. Thank you

  • J H
    J H   1 months ago

    Great video, great editing, great information...You are awesome, thanks for all the time and effort making this video so interesting. Amsoil all the way!!

  • Lance Holmes
    Lance Holmes   1 months ago

    Could you do a diesel oil comparison rotella delo royal purple schaeffers ect there no videos on diesel oil vs eachother

  • Ray Christian K
    Ray Christian K   1 months ago

    Does the amsoil signature with 0w-20 evaporate more ?

  • NepgearGo
    NepgearGo   1 months ago

    It would be interesting if you could do a test on the Penrite "Extra Ten" oils. If I remember right it's a 5W-40 that claims to be just like 5W-30 when cold (which is obvious since they are both 5W) but more viscous when hot (which is also obvious because one is a 30 and the other one is a 40) or some other nonsense, but then what's the real difference between the "Extra Ten" 5W-40 and regular 5W-40 or 5W-30?

  • bstrickler
    bstrickler   1 months ago

    I was thinking... Wouldn't it be more logical to go off of volume, being that you fill your oil based on volume, and not weight? I don't know if it would really make any significant difference in the testing, since doing an even weight makes the math easier.I can see volume based testing make more sense regarding the wear tests, due to potential contamination rates. I guess a more logical way to verify the potential issue would be to weigh the oil based on a known volume, to make sure there's no significant difference in the density.

  • Lab Rat life
    Lab Rat life   2 months ago

    Great video as always. Really appreciate the information. Can you do a grease comparison. High/low speed, contact with water, load..... thanks

  • RWBHere
    RWBHere   2 months ago

    Thanks Todd. When you pour the cold oils to see which one flows the fastest, are you actually seeing which oil has broken down the most, after being cooked, rather than seeing which oil retains its lubricity the best? I'm asking this because that could explain why one of the cooked oils flowed faster than the same oil when fresh.

  • M_ White008
    M_ White008   2 months ago

    Looks like Penzoil is the best bang for buck out there!

  • Rubik ijojoijoi
    Rubik ijojoijoi   2 months ago

    HelloThe test is not correct.You compare the cheap product from Penrite to hydrocracking with the product from Amsoil at PAO. It is not right.You need to take the appropriate product at PJSC from Penrite Racing 5W-30Redo the test with the appropriate product from Penrite.Otherwise it is a deception of subscribers

  • Scott Hayes
    Scott Hayes   2 months ago

    Send me your PO box number. I'll have Amazon deliver you the Paracord!!

  • danny
    danny   2 months ago

    Do diesel motor oil

  • numberyellow
    numberyellow   2 months ago

    Is it just me, or is it REALLY weird when the cooked oil flows better than when it's new? It's almost like manufacturers should just sell slightly cooked oil..

  • 1inkdaddy
    1inkdaddy   2 months ago

    Whats best oil for a 7.3 diesel 200k miles on a 2003 shuttle bus its are new RV/tiny home

  • BRADLEY Gordon
    BRADLEY Gordon   2 months ago

    How come you didnt use the HPR penrite with the extra zinc

  • Tristate Lifestyle
    Tristate Lifestyle   2 months ago

    Can I get some input on Castrol Titanium? Been using it the past 2 oil changes in my 4.8 Vortec and seems to be decent but how does it compare to the rest?

  • Paul Cozzi
    Paul Cozzi   2 months ago

    Use Penrite Racing formula next time. You will have a new winner 👍🏼

  • Joe Cross
    Joe Cross   2 months ago

    Can you do some testing with amsoil XL and amsoil OE?

  • tsx3214
    tsx3214   2 months ago

    This is the only channel I cannot view at a higher speed. :-) You move things along exceptionally well! Thank you

  • Völl Däpp
    Völl Däpp   2 months ago

    Love the sports-event-style-commenting of the flow test. Also the overall level of thoroughness is getting better and better.

  • the equalizer
    the equalizer   2 months ago

    Hi how are you Thank you very much I am grateful to you for your reviews I have shortened a lot on people and your expertise learned a lot I have a Sonata 2015 2.4 engine damage on 55 thousand? I put the oil of Shell HLS 5w30 and with the time of engine damage I do not know the reason specifically, but I think of oil by virtue of our weather in Saudi Arabia and put the engine with new pieces and changed the oil to 500 km at the agent and I do not want to change the oil at the agent because the price is too expensive and exploitative I want to ask About eni oil completely devised 5w30 10 km I change it every 7 thousand km because our temperature up to 45 degrees and the use of walking and stopped What do you think of this oil and is there oil is separated from recommend me? Because I do not want to put my engine back

  • neutrodyne
    neutrodyne   3 months ago

    Well, we did all these wonderful tests but the one test we should consider is the viscosity or weight of the larger of the 2 numbers. In other words, we have tested the winter part of the oil for flowability but what about the summer or hotter part of the oil test? For instance on a 10w 30 oil at high temperatures which oil keeps its viscosity best and stays at 30 weight? Another test to consider would be the lubricity test. To simulate this test it would be a good idea to heat the oil up to about 200 degrees since a fully heated up engine is going to be operating at about this temperature. You could compare the cold lubricity test to the hot one and see if there is a difference between them and a difference between brands. On the hot flowability test we could see which oil fail the test by thining out the most. By the way, your channel is the best!

  • Evan Anderson
    Evan Anderson   3 months ago

    This was a great idea. I'm changing my choice of motors oils.Thanks