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View Poll Results: What oil do you run?
Mobil 1 9 36.00%
Royal Purple 0 0%
Amsoil 2 8.00%
Castrol 2 8.00%
Motorcraft 11 44.00%
Valvoline 0 0%
Quaker State 1 4.00%
Pennzoil 0 0%
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what kind of oil do you run?

I have been running Mobil 1 for a while. Wanted to see what everyone else is running.
I have run in the past royal purple, castrol and amsoil. All good but not sure there is much difference.
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Motorcraft Synthetic Blend of 5w20

been running it in all of my Fords for the past 10 or so years. Never once had an issue. From sedate little 4 bangers to my Supercharged 5.4 3v...does a great job.



and it's cheap
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I've run Castrol in everything I have owner for probably 15 years now. My Expy and the wife's Explorer only get the Castrol Synthetic with Motorcraft filters. In fact, the Motorcraft filter is the only one I have run on all my Fords going back to my 90 Mustang. Castrol has always run like a champ for me and it typically is a little less money in these parts. Not that I would switch if it costs more though. It's treated me right all these years and I'll continue to buy it.
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Motorcraft Synthetic Blend of 5w20

been running it in all of my Fords for the past 10 or so years. Never once had an issue. From sedate little 4 bangers to my Supercharged 5.4 3v...does a great job.



and it's cheap
Yep. $2.85 a quart or so.
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I've been using Mobil1 synthetic extended performance for many many years and have had wonderful service from it. Not trying to start a fight here as MC is a great oil. But two MC changes to one Mobil1 change pretty equals the same amount of money, only twice the work.
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Mobil 1 in most of my vehicles; will run it in the Expy too.

Quaker State in our Turbo Subaru. . . .. they blow by Mobil 1 into the turbo. . .unsure why. . .but seems to be a common problem on the forums.
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