Brad Penn Oil to Penn Grade

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  1. 32 bantam

    32 bantam Member

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    I see Brad Penn is now Penn Grade 1. and the Penn Grade 1 is listed as partial synthetic.
    I have heard that they changed the formula....and not for the better! Is this true?????
    I tried to Google the past specs vs new specs but got nowhere.
     
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  2. Greco400

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    From past experience we have ran brad penn for years.. once it switched we had nothing but problems. We have switched to cleanboost and haven't looked back!
     
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  3. BEDNAR1320

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    What kind of problems?
     
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  4. drew556

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    Extreme brand products racing oil. It’s sold by Larry Jeffers race cars it is really good stuff we have been running it for two years and no problems bearings always look good. He also sells other products like brake clean glass cleaner trans fluid etc.
     
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  5. Dale H.

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    I have the specs on the old oil and then looked up the ones on the new brand and found out that they are exactly the same spec.( At least in the straight wt. racing oils ie,. 50 60 70 wt.)
    -Dale
     
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  6. 32 bantam

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    Thanks Dale...that is what I was looking for. I tried "googling" the info. and got nowhere.
     
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  7. Outlaw68

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    We use Penngrade 60 with zero issue's . Love this oil. Very sticky and bearings look like new after over 20 runs. This is a BAE roots combo with 44 lbs of boost in a 3200 lb car on drag radials.
     
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