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Old 01-08-2009, 12:14 AM   #1
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Arrow New Product Line Available - AMSOIL Lubricants and Filters



HTPerformance has just opened our AMSOIL Dealership account. We can now assist you in fulfilling your lubrication and filtration needs. I'll Sticky this thread and you can post up your needs or checkout the site.

The link is in the nav bar on our site: http://www.htperformance.net/

or you can directly link to the Amsoil site: http://www.lubedealer.com/htperformance/

If you sign up for a Preferred Customer account with us we will give you wholesale pricing on AMSOIL products!!

One more Caveat - 10% off of all HTPerformance Products for those who buy AMSOIL through us in the month of January!


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Old 01-08-2009, 12:22 AM   #2
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Are you partnering up with Peregrine on this? He is an Amsoil affiliate.

Anyhow, what's the cost of ATX fluid for 7 qts?
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Are you partnering up with Peregrine on this? He is an Amsoil affiliate.

Anyhow, what's the cost of ATX fluid for 7 qts?
Let's see...

$56 Preferred Customer Price
$74 Retail

The $10 for 6months of Preferred Customer pricing already saves you money! I'll throw a 10% off HTP products to everyone who buys AMSOIL through us this month.

We are both dealers of AMSOIL products. Our common goal is to provide the best products to everyone of Focus Fanatics Forums. However, Peregrine is not associated with HTPerformance.
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Oh ok just wondering...

When my transmission comes in I might be looking to try this oil. Is that the price for the Gallon jug and 3 additional quarts? Or just 7 1qt bottles?

Can you give me an honest opinion: Royal Purple vs. Amsoil ? How are they different? What makes one better than the other?
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Oh ok just wondering...

When my transmission comes in I might be looking to try this oil. Is that the price for the Gallon jug and 3 additional quarts? Or just 7 1qt bottles?

Can you give me an honest opinion: Royal Purple vs. Amsoil ? How are they different? What makes one better than the other?
I can't seem to find any info on RP ATF, but check out the AMSOIL ATF info - https://www.amsoil.com/storefront/atf.aspx

I really don't think the RP ATF is synthesized to have extended service life like the AMSOIL ATF.
(I'd have to do some chemical analysis to test that, but the longevity of the synthetic AMSOIL ATF is proven by many users.)



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AMSOIL Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid is recommended for use up to 50,000 miles under severe service* and up to 100,000 miles under normal service* or according to the vehicle manufacturer recommended intervals, whichever is longer. AMSOIL recommends thoroughly draining the transmission and flushing with new AMSOIL ATF to achieve a minimum 90% purity of new transmission fluid. Drain intervals may be extended further with oil analysis.
Check out the Million mile van: https://www.amsoil.com/lit/g2578.pdf

Is there a Royal Purple auto that can show the same performance? I've never seen it.
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Hey I got a ton of stuff to order. Been talking to Jo. Want them willwoods too. lol

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just signed up for the wholesale price deal,
but not sure what grade oil, 0w30 or the 5w30? I have a 02 SVT
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just signed up for the wholesale price deal,
but not sure what grade oil, 0w30 or the 5w30? I have a 02 SVT
I would recommend this for your SVT Focus:



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AMSOIL Signature Series 0W-30 Synthetic Motor Oil is the industry benchmark in lubrication technology. Engineered with the world’s finest synthetic base oils and high-performance additives, AMSOIL Signature Series 0W-30 is designed for those who demand the absolute best in motor oil performance. The exclusive “extended drain” formulation delivers superior engine protection and maximum fuel economy. AMSOIL Signature Series 0W-30 is a premium-grade synthetic motor oil that exceeds the requirements of modern, high-performance engines and older engines. It replaces other 0W-30, 5W-30 and 10W-30 motor oils and consistently outperforms competitive conventional and synthetic motor oils.
And also an Absolute Efficiency Oil Filter:


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Made with premium-grade full synthetic media. Ea Oil Filters feature advanced full synthetic nanofiber technology, making them the highest efficiency filters that are available for the auto/light truck market. AMSOIL EaO Filters are guaranteed for 25,000 miles or one year, whichever comes first, when used in conjunction with AMSOIL Synthetic Motor Oil in gasoline and diesel vehicles in normal service, 15,000 miles in severe service.
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Why 0w30 when the factory recommends 5w30. Just curious.
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