Hellcat oil came in again

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  1. Carnage

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    Second batch of Amsoil came in for my 2nd oil change happening soon.

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    70Cuda Yep, its got a HEMI

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    where did you get it from and did you get a good deal on it? I was thinking about using the Amsoil

    I use it in my equipment, boats and bikes.
     
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    Direct from their site bud also get a great discount
     
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    what made you switch to amsoil did you do some research? what makes it better than Pennzoil or Mobil 1 ? and what type of oil filter are you going to use.
     
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    I'm a dealer for Amsoil Send me message For $10 I can get you signed up so you can buy at whole sell price.
     
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    It meets all of Chrysler specs. I have not looked to see what the test result are. I'm using the factory filter. Amsoil dose have a filter that will fit,but they have not tested it on the Hellcat engine. Dodge can't void your warranty for oil choices you make as long as the oil meets their specs..I Hope that Amsoil comes out soon with a filter. The filters are superior when you see them cut open.
     
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    bam bam what trucker Bob said here
     
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    How many miles did run the oil? I did my first change at 740. I put in a magnetic drain plug. I'll get the next one analyzed. I don't think I'll have enough miles on her to change it before I go on vacation at the end of the month.
     
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    I did my first change with Amsoil at 1900 miles and my next one is going to be 6900 miles I think in a week or two. I'll be interested in what you find for that magnetic drain plug
     
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    I'll let you Know. I bought it from Dimple products the magnet was very strong. Web sight drainplugmagnets.com I think it was Dr.Buick had the part numbers. I think with one of those and Amsoil the engine will last a long time. I'm buying the plugs for all of my cars as they come due for oil changes.
     
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    Sounds great looking forward to the info results TB!
     
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    Trucker Bob,I too am an amsoil dealer and as we have discussed before the amsoil filter is EaO11.These filters are made by donaldson and are heavy duty filters throughout.With nanofiber filter technology,15 micron @ 99% full depth media.Donaldson makes filters for the heavy duty diesel market tractors etc.I am not sure who makes the filters for mother mopar but I am sure they are not near the quality of the amsoil - donaldson filters.
     
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    At 115f I'd seriously consider running 20w50 (5w40 synthetic at least), my understanding is that 0 weight is for mileage, that kind of heat a 20w50 probably runs like a 0 weight
     
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    0 is the viscosity when the oil is cold and 40 is viscosity when it is hot, 5w40 would only be a little heavier when cold
     
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