With a whole 15 000KM it was time for an oil change. I decided I would do it my self, no major issues. The drain plug was super tight, broke a 1/2" to 3/8" adapter.
I am now running Royal Purple 5W40, was only $8.99 a liter. Feels like a little more power was freed up. Although the roads were a little wet this afternoon.
Anybody have dyno results to prove horse power gains? Other than what you would find on there website.
-AIR HAMMER -DAIBLO PREDATOR 93 CAI -GSM ESP/FAN -DC STRUT BAR-HOTCHKIS SWAYS-TEIN COILOVERS AND EDFC-KOOKS-ZOOMERS-MHP 87mm TB
-PRO TORQUE 2800 STALL
-SLP UNDER DRIVE PULLY
- INAKE MANIFOLD
- PORTED OIL PUMP
I think their site claims 6hp at the wheel
392 Stroker 5.7 based,Borla,Diablo,Franks Racing, SLP LTs,SVS CMR ,Edge 3000 Stall Converter ,PSI Springs,HHP,Paramount FlyWheel,Blue Giants
Assuming RP claims that the horse power increases are accurate, what did they compare this against--conventional motor oil? Are there any gains to switching to RP if you’re already running a synthetic? I would think you would see gain when upgrading from standard motor oil to synthetic, but little if no gain when upgrading to RP from another synthetic.
Just thinking out loud here…
Silver SRT8||Mods||AirHammer | Modern Muscle TB & Stage 2 Manifold | Inertia's Spartan (113LSA) & Big Valve Heads | Mopar Cat-Back | 180 T-Stat | CMR Tune by SVS | Mopar TCM | BT Catch Can | Hotchkis Sways||(436HP & 402TQ)
'67 Mustang GT||302ci 300+hp | 4sp toploader | 9" rear||Gone, but not forgotten Pics