You have found
the greatest source for the best
synthetic oil for your Chevy Camaro or Pontiac Firebird
Formula or T/A
There's nothing in North America proven to beat Amsoil's 0W30.
We know how picky F-body owners are for
the oil in their cars. I know I was! You have a LOT TO
LEARN about synthetic motor oil here. I always thought
Mobil 1 was the best... before I thought to do any kind
of real research on it. Read on!
A little history...
This oil has been around for over 30 years and I've only
found out about it back in 2001. I was a diehard Mobil
1 synthetic user for nearly 8 years until I discovered
the benefits of Amsoil. One day I attended a car club
in St. Louis and and listened in on a conversation between
a couple of older car enthusiasts talking about the best
oil to use. I was intrigued by their talk of Amsoil. At
the time, my LS1 engine in my new Camaro Z28 was having a bad oil
consumption problem that a lot of 2001 LS1 engines
had during that year for Camaros. From what I heard and
read, if the problem was bad enough, I would end up bringing
the car back to the dealer and have them rebuild the engine
under warranty. That was the VERY LAST thing I wanted
to do. My engine ran perfect other than the oil consumption
of about a quart of oil every 1,500 miles of expensive
Mobil 1 5W30 synthetic. I was literally losing sleep over
this. So after doing some research, it was determined
that the Amsoil
Series 2000 0W30 was the best stuff that Amsoil
seemed to produce.
I received a catalog in the mail, looked it over, found
the product ID of TSO
to be the oil of choice. I ordered 6 quarts of the TSO
and an Amsoil SDF oil filter. Various oil and filter information can be found by looking at the Oil Change for 2001 Z28 page. There's also an oil change for 1995 Z28 showing the LT1 engine.
I drove 3,000 miles on this oil while checking the oil
stick periodically. To my astonishment, the oil consumption
went away. I never thought this could be possible using
a quality synthetic oil. I was always told that synthetic
oil was thin and that it would go around pistons, etc.
"After seeing the extensive
tests using taxi cabs that was performed comparing
conventional oil (what the majority of the world
uses) vs. Amsoil, you COULD NOT PAY ME to put that
conventional oil in any of my cars ever again."
After a year of being an Amsoil customer, I was so happy
with the results in my Camaro and other vehicles, I finally
decided to become and a dealer for it and now I have this
web site to help others.
In the picture at the top of this web page, that's my
white car in the garage. It's up on jackstands as we were
installing 4.10 gears in the rear differential. After
break-in on the differential, I highly recommend Amsoil's
gear lube. You don't need any additives. It keeps
gears quiet. This is some of the best stuff you can find
on the market for rear end differentials.
I encourage you to study this entire web site and study
it well. While you are looking over the site, get
a free catalog sent to you in the mail. DO THIS
NOW. There's a lot to read. It took me several weeks to
read all of this information and absorb it all. I had
no idea that this oil was so important. You'll get one
heck of an education here. Believe me!
I just can't believe that this oil has been around all
of these years and nobody told me about it sooner. I had
no idea that tons of NASCAR
people used this stuff in their cars and world
records were being won as well. It's mindblowing
that more high performance automotive shops have never
of Amsoil and don't stock their shelves with it. From
what I heard, there are tons of race car people who swear
by this stuff. When it came to protecting my engine and
prevent an engine rebuild of my LS1, I would have paid
as much as $30 per quart if I had to.
If you have an LS1 powered Camaro, this is the best air filter money can buy:
It uses an exclusive new nano-technology which is available only through Amsoil!. It stops up to 50x more dirt than conventional air filters and 5x more dirt that wetted gauze filters.
These babies are guaranteed to last up to 4 years or 100,000 miles!! Just use an air blower or vacuum to clean them every year.
To order call 1-800-956-5695. Give Customer ID # 1102880. Ask for part # EaA83
The absolute best oil you could ever put in your LS1 is right here:
That's Amsoil 0W30. It lasts up to 1 year or 35,000 miles before you have to drain it. It has the lowest wear scars of any oil I've ever seen. I used Mobil 1 prior to this and you couldn't pay me to ever put Mobil 1 in ever again after seeing how much better this performs. The problems I had with Mobil 1 were what caused me to learn about Amsoil in the first place! This oil is what stopped the oil consumption in my previous 2001 Z28. The above picture is me pouring it in my 2002 Camaro z28 engine.
The oil filter for the LS1 engine is Filter # EAO-32. This lasts up to 1-year or 25,000 before you have to change it. You DO NOT have to change it every 3,000 miles. It has high quality media inside that does not break down like cheap oil filters.
1993 Camaro Z28 pace car
My brother, Gary Riley, who lives up
near Ocala, FL, bought this Indianapolis
500 Indy Pace. It has just over 465 original
miles. The car is showroom new and has been
garaged kept for the last 10 years under air-condition.
275 horsepower, 5.7 liter, automatic.
I've seen this car! It looks BRAND
NEW, INSIDE AND OUT! My jaw was on the floor.
It's been kept in an air-conditioned room
for over 10 years. It has 466 original miles on the odometer!
This car has never seen rain!
The garage has a dehumidifier.
1993 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
466 original miles!