QUOTE(6UE5T @ Jun 30 2019, 01:51 PM)
The Project Farm test that I posted above didn't use the 300v but the 8100 and it's beaten just in the first round so still not looking good for Motul, also Liqui Moly which was also eliminated in the first round.
Still for oils costing as expensive as the 300v I expected a lot out of it and should not be beaten by mineral oils costing less than half of it in the heat test.
Amsoil on the other hand seems very well rounded on a high level in all characteristics, more than good enough for practically any street cars with much more reasonable prices to boot.
Look at the overall data instead of who's beaten on which round la lol
And Motul 8100 was against Penrite PAO Ester fully synthetic and they are pretty good themselves been around since 1926 and rather big in Australia, just not on a world scale.
Liqui Moly Was also against Amazon basics fully synthetic that's OEM by another old time O&G company (can't remember the name)
Both competition weren't mineral oil at all lol.
The cost may or may not be justifiable for some (like you) and I did mentioned on diminishing returns also.
I'm totally not saying AMSOIL is bad, I've used them as well and still do for my household Nissan Sentra/Kancil for their annual OCI.
I've just having other priorities in performance vehicles that gets heavily abused by an ignorant/lousy driver like me