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    Default Valvoline racing synthetic oil sale

    I don't know if it's happening in your area, but O'Reilly auto parts here in Utah is selling Valvoline Racing Synthetic 20w50 for $4.99 a quart(until supplies last or Nov 6), normally $9.49. It's in a black bottle and has a sapphire blue color. Just thought I'd throw it out there (flame suit on for when GN7 sees this)
    this isn't the standard VR1 in the grey bottle FYI.

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    I run it and like how it appears to hold-up to higher temp and viscosity breakdown vs the same in dino oil.
    And, I'll buy it again > when my local Auto Zone sells it for 1/2 price ... most likely next April.
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    NAPA Synthetic is Valvoline.

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    Its usually $4.95 a quart here, when its on sale its like $3 a quart

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    Quote Originally Posted by lupo1904 View Post
    Its usually $4.95 a quart here, when its on sale its like $3 a quart
    Where you finding VR1 for 4.95 a quart? Just went to autozone and it was 5.99.
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    Just so everyone is on the same page I'm talking about the first pictured bottle, not the standard VR1 racing as shown in the second pic, and not the third pic which is their Not Street Legal Oil.



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    Quote Originally Posted by SBS933 View Post
    NAPA Synthetic is Valvoline.
    It is made by the same company, Ashland Oil, but it is not the same. Does not have the same additive package.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EVILFORCE View Post
    It is made by the same company, Ashland Oil, but it is not the same. Does not have the same additive package.
    Goes to show you how much people pay attention to the oil they are buying.
    Lupo is giving prices for VR1 dino oil, while the OP is talking VR1 synthetic,


    SBS is comparing NAPA synthetic to VR1 synthetic when its really nothing more than Valvoline's standard synthetic.


    All the matters is that its Valvoline, its all the same right?



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    Quote Originally Posted by SBS933 View Post
    NAPA Synthetic is Valvoline.
    I only go to NAPA because they sell Royal Purple 40 Sae. I inquired about their synthetic and was told Valvoline. I'm done listening to random people, I always end up passing on stupid info. Haha I'll stick to the race shops only, never got any bunk info. there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SBS933 View Post
    I only go to NAPA because they sell Royal Purple 40 Sae. I inquired about their synthetic and was told Valvoline. I'm done listening to random people, I always end up passing on stupid info. Haha I'll stick to the race shops only, never got any bunk info. there.
    I don't thnk any body gave you bunk info. It is Valvoline. Problem is, off the top of my head I can think of 8 different "Valvoline" oils.



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    If its VR1 RACING oil your good to go!

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    The price i was giving was for the middle pic, but excuse me i was a buck off on the price

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