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Always Pushing the Performance When AMSOIL synthetic motor oil passed the American Petroleum Institute (API) qualification tests in 1972, it signaled a new era in lubrication performance. Nothing else could touch it. As the only API qualified synthetic on the market, it out-lubricated, out-cooled, out-cleaned, out-lasted – it outperformed in every category. Our company founder, […]

The Pinnacle of Performance The new Signature Series Synthetic Motor Oil formulation builds upon its rock-solid foundation to offer enthusiasts a new level of engine protection. Major upgrades to all the lined on the way now! Signature Series Synthetic Motor Oil (ASM, ALM, AZO, ASL, ATM, AZF, AMR) Improving Signature Series was a challenge, but […]

Why Does My Engine Knock? 3 Possible Explanations. John Baker|Jun 02, 2017 9:41 AM There are a few different reasons your engine might make a knocking, ticking or pinging noise. Let’s break each down and talk about what might be happening. Engine knock, tick or ping? One driver’s knock is another driver’s tick. Or ping. Still others compare the […]

The 3000 Miles Oil Change Interval Doesn’t Address Oil Quality When people say to me they change their oil at 3000 so not to take any chances that dirt could be causing damage or the oil could be getting “bad”, I say to them, why not change every 50 miles then?? I’m sure the oil […]

New Motor Oil Specs are Coming Josh Kimmes|May 02, 2017 9:11 AM As engine operating conditions grow more severe, so do the demands placed on your motor oil. New engine hardware such as turbochargers, direct injection and variable valve timing (VVT) place increased stress on your engine oil. You may find yourself asking, why do […]