AMSOIL shields your automobile with 75% more engine protection against horsepower loss and wear than required by a leading industry standard*, extending the life of vital components like pistons and cams.
Interesting visual 'cartoon character' perspective, but I think I'd prefer to see a series of different specific parts ads with data and statistics and a 'manly-man' guy showing how Amsoil performs to 'preserve and protect' against engine, transmission and differential, bearings, and other vital parts wear. Let him hold up the parts (after removal after some impressive mileage on the test vehicle to show how clean they are, along with micrometer readings to show virtually no wear. Don't compare with other mfgs products either......just stress "rather amazing" qualities of Amsoil products, themselves. Be sure to include some commercials on motorcycle and over-the-road diesel truck products, too. Just a thought.... G. Steele
I think this was fine.
I agree - interesting. As I watched I was thinking, "I have a vehicle or two that could be highlighted". I have my 'fleet', a '79 Triump Spitfire (AMSOIL since I purchased it used), a '89 Honda Prelude (AMSOIL since 1,500 miles - new - currently 175K and uses no oil!!), a '96 Miata (AMSOIL since 1,250 miles - new - now 164K and uses no oil!!!), a 2003 Ford Ranger (AMSOIL since new), a 2015 Mazda 6 (came with synthetic and had first "free" oil change at dealer - will be AMSOIL next oil change). So nothing on technical specs, just vehicles that run great! I have also used most of the other AMSOIL products. I am a computer engineering PhD and only do AMSOIL on the side. Maybe more after I retire the end of the yearl
So part of the commercial info could be testimonial from experiences like mine.
Also had a '77 Old Omega with a 231V6 which i used until 145K. Engine was fine and used no oil. Frame rusted out.
No matter what type of video you make about any product, there are always ways to cut it apart and knock it down. I could cut apart every TV commercial I've ever seen in the same way but the people who put them on know what they are doing from a marketing perspective and are getting peoples attention. Even if you hold up the parts, people will say you fabricated those parts to make your product look better. You really can't win no matter how honest you are. The only way you will really ever know if one oil is better than another is you will have to try both for an extend period of time and get a few oil analysis done in the process. The lab reports cannot be argued with( so don't try) and then you'll have your answer.
Dave is right! That is exactly what I did at every recommended drain interval. And the oil performed and performed and kept on performing!
I like the action in this ad
You'll really like the performance and results!
I am always curious about how Amsoil competes with Mobil 1 Advanced synthetic motor oil? There needs to be a video comparison from Amsoil with proof that it is a better and stronger, longer lasting oil..
There is a comparison of Synthetic 5W/30 oils that was published in 2013 which could give you a snapshot of how other oils specification stack up against each other. Mobil 1 is one of them as well as AMSOIL, Lucas, Red Line, Royal Purple, Valvoline, Castrol Edge, etc. Now since this is a few years old formulations may have changed but at least you can see how they all compare at the time. www.amsoil.com/lit/g3115.pdf
You guys need to show a lab test results,with all major oil co. Tested at thE same time, show engine wear on the bearings,rod and mains,after wear test results against all major synthetic oils
Compliment video brilliant
Love the video. This is the greatest form of advertisement
Just great, it reminded me of the movie "300", where the 300 Spartans fought against all odds. Out numbered hundred to one, and one monster. Just like Amsoil, fights for you every time you turn on the key and never stops. What else can you ask from an outstanding product.
Looking forward to put Amsoil in my 72 Harley Davidson sportster.
if my memory serves me right Harley Davidson was challenged by amsoil to run a dyno test identical 88 twincam engines amsoil filled and Harley oil filled run full bore they both held up but the amsoil ran cooler and less wear at this time Harley was not using synthetic but the add at the amsoil site changed when they showed a 88 Vtwin with the caption reading amsoil was selected by Harley to be the only synthetic oil to use in their bikes until Harley came up with the screamin eagle brand I know it is in one of the flyers we got back in the early 2000 era