Read my mind X.... well said... now maybe people will stop using Mobile 1.... (doubt it)
Oh that price was for the PUP, I can actually find Amsoil for much cheaper.hey staax just to put things in perspective that amsoil about on par with a gallon of pentosin synthetic oil for my 2.5L jetta.... and it pales in comparison to my VT.
I think Pennzoil is the better lubricant for this car. Amsoil is a great lubricant but with the combination of GDI injection and high boost if you have a tune, personally I think the Amsoil leaves some things to be desired.So at this point of the discussion, do we have a consensus on amsoil or pup. Is amsoil a better lubricant but with calcium that doesn't help on the lspi issues. Or pup which may be a lesser quality oil with less benefits but without calcium.
I'm really on one change per year because I do less than 3k per season, regretfully, and really just want the best sitting in there most of the year. The little I do drive it, its not pushed very hard, and not driven in freezing temps. My gut tells me to stick with amsoil for my situation, but I'd grab some pup if the calcium issue outweighed the benefits of amsoil.
Do you realize what you've just done.:haha:tell me more about Cerma
http://www.velosterturbo.org/forum/...rma-treatments-oil-lubricants-good-order.htmlSo....we've come to a conclusion finally? PUP > AMSOIL > All Others? X, tell me more about Cerma in comparison? I don't know much about it, other than you support it.