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Last Edited by widgit October 21, 2012 at 06:21 PM
http://www.pepboys.com/sale_speci...oct2012cp/

$35 Off Royal Purple Do-It-Yourself Oil Change 5-Qts. With Royal Purple Oil Filter


At my pep-boys it $9.99 per quart and $15.99 oil filter

$9.99x5 = $49.95 + $15.99(oil filter) = $65.94 - $35 coupon = $30.94
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Last Edited by onlycash October 24, 2012 at 02:51 PM
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#121
Quote from jg62 View Post :
First time I have ever heard of this brand, was wondering how it compares to Amsoil? Thanks
Amsoil, redline, and M1>RP

but your welcome to search google and bobstheoilguy for more info.
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#122
Quote from BrotherAli View Post :
Amsoil, redline, and M1>RP

but your welcome to search google and bobstheoilguy for more info.

where would you put motul?
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#123
Quote from thran View Post :
where would you put motul?
I havent done much research on it since I have never seen a deal on it. but if its in class with amsoil then its probably pretty good.

I saw plenty of lab results done where M1>Rp, its different for every car/engine but after seeing a few tests I saw a trend. At best its on par but then you might as well go M1 since its this price pretty regularly. Or Pennzoil platinum/ultra is good stuff too.
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#124
Got this today for about 32 bucks. No questions asked, coupon scanned fine. Had to get 5 seperate bottles, no jug in stock.
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#125
How the fark did i miss this deal?!?!?
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#126
Royal purple transmission fluid is absolute garbage. Makes shifting feel like pushing a spoon through Jello.

If their motor oil isn't better, I'd avoid this stuff like the plague.
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#127
Ridiculous deal – they were $9.99 per quart at the local PepBoys and out of stock…good thing I asked b/c a new shipment had just came in…coupon worked just fine! Thanks and repped.
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#128
nice!! I've read many great things on this oil, expensive at regular price though. Haven't tried it myself yet. I'm trying out mobil 1 EP this time around, with OEM motorcraft filter on my vic. Will change filter at 5-6k though and go for a 10-12k interval. Will also send oil to blackstone labs to be tested Big Grin
Local pep boys ad is showing this oil WITH Filter for 50 bucks. AWESOME deal if coupon works on top of that. Dont know about needing the filter though, OEM motorcraft filter for my vehicle seems to be great from what ive read on crown vic forum. Only about 4 bucks.
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Quote from boxz0r View Post :
nice!! I've read many great things on this oil, expensive at regular price though. Haven't tried it myself yet. I'm trying out mobil 1 EP this time around, with OEM motorcraft filter on my vic. Will change filter at 5-6k though and go for a 10-12k interval. Will also send oil to blackstone labs to be tested Big Grin
Local pep boys ad is showing this oil WITH Filter for 50 bucks. AWESOME deal if coupon works on top of that. Dont know about needing the filter though, OEM motorcraft filter for my vehicle seems to be great from what ive read on crown vic forum. Only about 4 bucks.

I tried this in my car, but I gotta say it was a total disappointment. Ruined my gas mileage. I wish I hadn't bought enough for 5 oil changes..... I'm going back to Mobil 1 EP or something else...like Amsoil if it ever goes on sale...
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#130
I can't believe there is no pep boys i my entire state! LOL
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