Is SuperTech Synthetic Oil as good as Red Line? Let's find out!

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  • Published on: 18 March 2019
  • Why spend $11.95 for a quart of Red Line synthetic motor oil when you can buy a quart of full synthetic Walmart SuperTech for less than half that price? Is Walmart SuperTech as good as Red Line? Let's find out! I purchased both of these products using my own money. I am not sponsored by Walmart or Red Line or by any product manufacturer. 100% of Project Farm videos are ideas that come from those leaving comments. So, thank you very much for requesting this video! In the previous episodes, Amsoil won over Royal Purple and will advance to next round in the oil championship series.

    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

    This video is only for entertainment purposes. If you rely on the information portrayed in this video, you assume the responsibility for the results. Project Farm LLC
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COMMENTS: 40

  • TIM Cheou
    TIM Cheou   1 days ago

    all oil are the same these days, jist change them..

  • Mountain Man
    Mountain Man   2 days ago

    For the money the walmart oil is what I'll use. I drive <10k a year.Good experiment!

  • Badass Frank Henry
    Badass Frank Henry   2 days ago

    I love it, I've been telling people for years that they are wasting their money on these "Hi end oils" ..

  • Hitman Productions
    Hitman Productions   4 days ago

    Driven LS30 and Royal Purple HPS should be included in the next tournament.

  • Mike Weichert
    Mike Weichert   5 days ago

    If possible, I'd love to see a test of Harvest King (formally Rural King) oil. They have a Seafoam alternative as well. Their product are a lot less expensive than others.

  • robert feller
    robert feller   1 weeks ago

    Rather confused...seemed like the Supertech did slightly better then the Redline and at half the price seems like a slam dunk to advance. What did I miss?

  • Theo
    Theo   1 weeks ago

    Can you test Lucas synthetic oil stabilizer with 0w-20 oils (cheap version) want to see how it performs

  • Joseph Higgs
    Joseph Higgs   2 weeks ago

    Could you please make a video on competing Diesel oils? Thanks!

  • jackle842000
    jackle842000   2 weeks ago

    Could you do the bearing wear test before and after the oil is cooked with each to see the effects of the cooking on the wear protection? Maybe even do a wear test after running then in an engine for the same number of miles using the same filter and engine later? Thanks

  • Dylan Dale
    Dylan Dale   2 weeks ago

    Why do you do the cold weather test twice?

  • s1dest3p
    s1dest3p   3 weeks ago

    I would like to see oil tests like this but after using them in a vehicle for 3000+ miles. We need to see how they hold up after being in an engine, and see which one performs best with all the junk from the engine in them.

  • FreeRadical
    FreeRadical   3 weeks ago

    I want to see Valvoline synthetic advanced (latest stuff) 0w20 vs a competitor

  • Demobius
    Demobius   3 weeks ago

    I was thinking this was a 2-stroke oil review. I run Red Line full synthetic motorcycle racing oil in my air cooled 2-cycle engines, with great results. I like an oil formulated to run hot. Outboard motor oil is designed for water cooled engines, and may not be the best match. I use my leaf blower for cleaning gutters, moving a fire around in dead brush, plus the annual leaf blowing tournament. I have had the head off, and was very impressed. The cylinder was white glove clean and showed no sign of wear. It was shiny, because it started that way. The cylinder is chrome hard plated. It looked to be good for hundreds of hours of use. Red Line is obviously good stuff, but it's expensive. If any old 2-cycle synthetic would do as well, I might switch.

  • TheNewenglandboys
    TheNewenglandboys   3 weeks ago

    Find myself sitting up in bed watching all project farms oil races! Why!! Can't help it! Great Job as always amazing

  • Roger
    Roger   3 weeks ago

    Test Rotella against motorcycle specific oil please. Rotella is JASO MA approved for wet clutches but cost much less then motorcycle ATV specific oils. I’ve had this debate over which is best with my buddies for years.

  • Houshang pishdad
    Houshang pishdad   3 weeks ago

    i have mechanic shop and changing oil in Iran i found your videos very useful . thank you god bless you

  • L Montoya
    L Montoya   3 weeks ago

    ST synthetic for 18.years in my 95 GM pickup .still a bichin' 5.7 when I sold it . so.......forgot to add, used 20-50 in my Harley for 16 years...

  • Peter Lindsey
    Peter Lindsey   3 weeks ago

    I searched for oil filter shootouts but didn't see one. Did you make one and I'm just not seeing it? Love the videos keep them coming thanks.

  • R. Bridge
    R. Bridge   1 months ago

    Thank you a ton for your hard work! love the real life tests, awesome job! we always read in forums what people favor and see ads of manufactures claiming to be the best! but your work is just awesome! thanks again

  • Byron Harano
    Byron Harano   1 months ago

    I have a 1986 Ford Ranger 2.9L. Super Tech is expensive enough for me! Sorry Red Line...you just too expensive for my use and vehicle application.

  • ll c
    ll c   1 months ago

    Hi Project Farm. Please test regular and synthetic motorcycle oil vs car oil vs marine oil. Some use only motorcycle oil due to wet clutch. Some say it doesn't matter which oil is used along as it's good quality oil. Marine oil has rust inhibitors. I think it's a money grab by oil companies, premium is charged for specialty oils. Thank you

  • bill smith
    bill smith   1 months ago

    16+ years ago the SuperTech was 13.97 a 5 quart jug and one of the best kept auto secrets of the day. I was still running Dodge turbo cars back then. Then the price went up to 17.97 like they figured out they were only charging for 4 quarts.

  • Kevin Garber
    Kevin Garber   1 months ago

    Don’t suppose you’d do a comparison between bmw 5w-30 and any decent 5w-30?

  • Fisher Man
    Fisher Man   1 months ago

    I really hope you get paid for this. .... you do the home mechanic such a service..,

  • Cap'n Crunch
    Cap'n Crunch   1 months ago

    I'd like to see super tech synthetic high mileage to see if the additives added to high mileage oils are making a difference .

  • Red Wolf
    Red Wolf   1 months ago

    I used Mobil 1 and Mobil 1 EP for years. One day, years ago I switched to Supertech Full Syn....and nothing bad happened! If it has the API Crest on the bottle, you can run it man! Who knew!?

  • Garry Mcgrath
    Garry Mcgrath   1 months ago

    I'm a mechanic put the oil stated on the oil cap in your engine especially in new cars

  • Tous Shong
    Tous Shong   1 months ago

    Great review! I have been using SuperTech oil in all my vehicles for a long times now knowing that it is compatible with the brand names motor oils. Now, finally got prove to back it up and saving me money!! Thanks again.

  • shafferjoe1962
    shafferjoe1962   1 months ago

    Another great test. I have been using Supertech in my truck for the past 40K miles with no issues. Keep up the great work.

  • Kevin Blatter
    Kevin Blatter   1 months ago

    I have used Red Line 30W in my boat for the past 16 years since I bought it new. I change the oil annually and it comes out looking pretty much like it did when I put it in the year before. My boat still runs like new. Thank you for doing these tests as it gives me something to think about. But in the end, I will stick with Red Line as the boat was too expensive for me to consider saving a few bucks to use anything else.

  • Lachlan Wynn
    Lachlan Wynn   1 months ago

    Hey mate, just an idea...I and I’m sure quite a few other people following your channel would like to see a comparison of low SAPS engine oil, as most diesel engines these days run DPF systems it would be handy to see a good and fair comparison! 👌

  • Ain't my fault
    Ain't my fault   1 months ago

    What is your view on "red line complete fuel system cleaner" ?

  • François Parent
    François Parent   1 months ago

    I feel I might be running Supertech in my BMW on my next oil change! Debating also between Castrol Edge 0w40, Pennzoil Platinum 5w40 and Amsoil 0w40!

  • realpurp daGOAT
    realpurp daGOAT   1 months ago

    Please do napa they are having a sale 5qts for 16 dollars. I love these videos and testing is great.