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Old March 27th, 2010, 20:02   #1
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Default Pennzoil Ultra 504/507 oil

It looks like there is another player in the VW504/507 field.

From the Pennzoil web site:

SPECIFICATIONS & APPROVALS
MB 229.51
VW 504 00 and VW 507 00
BMW LL-04
Chrysler MS-10725
Porsche C30
Exceeds the requirements of ACEA C2 & C3 (A3/B3/B4)

Viscosity Grade.
5W-30
ACEA
C2 & C3 (A3/B3/B4)
Gravity, °API
ASTM D-287
34.0
Specific Gravity @ 60°F(15.6°C)
ASTM D-287
0.85
Viscosity
@ 40°C, cSt
ASTM D-445
67.1
@ 100°C, cSt
ASTM D-445
12.0
Flash Point, °F
ASTM D-93
420
Pour Point, °C
ASTM D-97
-39
CCS Viscosity, cP (°C)
ASTM D-5293
6600 max (-30)
HT/HS Viscosity, cP
ASTM D-4683
3.68
Noack Volatility, %
ASTM D-5800
11

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Old March 28th, 2010, 11:41   #2
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Originally Posted by DonCT
It looks like there is another player in the VW504/507 field.

From the Pennzoil web site:


SPECIFICATIONS & APPROVALS
MB 229.51
VW 504 00 and VW 507 00
BMW LL-04
Chrysler MS-10725
Porsche C30
Exceeds the requirements of ACEA C2 & C3 (A3/B3/B4)

Viscosity Grade.
5W-30
ACEA
C2 & C3 (A3/B3/B4)
Gravity, °API
ASTM D-287
34.0
Specific Gravity @ 60°F(15.6°C)
ASTM D-287
0.85
Viscosity
@ 40°C, cSt
ASTM D-445
67.1
@ 100°C, cSt
ASTM D-445
12.0
Flash Point, °F
ASTM D-93
420
Pour Point, °C
ASTM D-97
-39
CCS Viscosity, cP (°C)
ASTM D-5293
6600 max (-30)
HT/HS Viscosity, cP
ASTM D-4683
3.68
Noack Volatility, %
ASTM D-5800
11

Not so fast here. Read below.

APPLICATION PENNZOIL ULTRAEURO L FULL SYNTHETIC MOTOR OIL 5W-30 with Hyper Cleansing Technology™ is suitable for fuel-injected gasoline engines fitted with 'blow-by' recirculation and catalytic converters operating in extreme driving conditions; and also is suitable for turbo-charged and inter-cooled direct injection high performance diesel engines fitted with 'blow-by' recirculation and exhaust gas recirculation without particulate filters. PENNZOIL ULTRAEURO L FULL SYNTHETIC MOTOR OIL 5W-30 with Hyper Cleansing Technology™ is compatible with all engine sealing materials, other synthetic oils and
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Old March 28th, 2010, 11:45   #3
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It's 507.00 or it's not. I suspect "without" should be "with".
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Old March 28th, 2010, 12:32   #4
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It says in the Data Sheet that it's a low SAPS oil, but it doesn't specify the SAC?
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Old March 28th, 2010, 12:42   #5
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It is a puzzling statement. I think a call or email to Pennzoil is in order.
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