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Old 07-18-2009, 01:11 PM   #1
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looking for a good quailty oil for my SSEi 2002 for super charger
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GM released a statement stating that Mobile1 5w30 synthetic oil can be used in superchargers.
https://www.gmforum.com/t278817/
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thank you for the info
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I have always used GM supercharger oil. very very good stuff.
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You can use the GM Supercharger Oil at $2.25 an ounce, or Mobile 1 5W30 Synthetic at $0.25 an ounce. They both do the same job, and Mobile 1 will smell a hell of a lot better when you change it versus the GM stuff......ick!
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You can use the GM Supercharger Oil at $2.25 an ounce, or Mobile 1 5W30 Synthetic at $0.25 an ounce. They both do the same job, and Mobile 1 will smell a hell of a lot better when you change it versus the GM stuff......ick!
good point... very very good point.... Im just the kind of guy that likes to think that sometimes, the pricier the better, but... mobile one is cheaper...
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good point... very very good point.... Im just the kind of guy that likes to think that sometimes, the pricier the better, but... mobile one is cheaper...
ONLY use the GM SC oil
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ONLY use the GM SC oil
If that is the case, y would GM release a TSB saying it was ok to use the mobil 1.

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The stuff from intense works just as good. Heres the link:

INTENSE-Racing.com: 3800 - Induction

P.*. Someone really shoulda told me the stock GM oil smells like A**.LOLOL!!!!
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More fun for us to let you find out on your own.
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