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Royal purple?

anyone used this motor oil yet? on my next change i would like to use it but have only heard one person talk about it(Dandb64). anyone like it, hate it . use it all the time? anyone even heard of it?
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I am on my second oil change at 5k miles. I haven't noticed any difference, but there have been no problems.
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I use Royal Purple Ice as coolant, RP Tranny synth. and RP synth. gear in the diffs. Works well. I was going to put RP oil in, but the store only had 10w30 left. I wanted 5w20
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Used it it my stang for a long time. It's a great product as far as tranny fluids. Used the motor oil twice, and I was pretty happy with it. It's just a lot easier for me to go to the parts store and pick up some good synthetic. Nobody around here stocks royal purple, and I have to order it.
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I've used it on the last two changes. I'm gonna stick with it.
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we sell it at work.. and ive never used it cuz im not starting synthetic at 76,000.. but all the people that use are really happy with it. a lot of motorcycle guys get it because harley oil is crappy and RP is cheaper by the quart, and a better oil
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i and my neighbor have both been using the coolant and i love it. before when i was runnin my truck hard offroading or something my temp guage would rise a lil but now it stays right at the n for normal so im cool with using it
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I was going to post up a thread asking this question too..cause I see it advertised a lot on overhaulin or Trucks!, and other shows
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I have Royal Purple in my Transmition, had it in my rear axle, front axle, power steering, and radiator.
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its worth the money for sure
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i swear buy it, that and Amsoil are the two that i swear by....
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