if it makes you feel good, use it. fact of the matter is, if the oil is of the correct viscosity, just about any oil will be fine for your engine. and despite what any mfg tries to tell you, there is no 'one' best oil. one oil may be better in one area, while another is better in another.
if you go to the 'bob is the oil guy' forum, you can see postings of all manner of used oil analyses for just about any oil that you can think of. and surprisingly, one that has consistently scored well? Walmart brand supertech synthetic. what's that run? about $18 per 5 qt?
***disclaimer**** I run redline 20w-60 cause I live down here in the hot south and the 60 weight seems to do better in the summer heat than 50 weight. but that's just my personal opinion.....
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Last edited by skratch; 01-02-2016 at 07:39 PM.