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    Big Chevy Oil choices

    I was considering changing to a synthetic oil. I keep hearing some very different ideas on the subject. This is for my bracket car. 454+30 12.8 CR, roller etc. What do you guys use on your race motors?

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    oil

    BRAD PENN !

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    BRAD PENN !

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    Where can I get the brad penn oil from? never heard of it around here in Mississippi, I read up on it and it sound really good.
    Also what viscosity do y'all recomend run for dragraing?? Thx Charles
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    Joe Gibbs XP3 is worth some H.P. over the Penn oil,usually 2-2.5% on my dyno.Bill
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    1310 U.S. Hwy 221 North
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    Re: oil

    Quote Originally Posted by blown375
    BRAD PENN !
    Thanks. I have never heard of BRAD PENN oil.

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    Didn't the BRAD PENN oil come outta MADONNA about 15years ago?

    LMFAO :lol:
    I don't want to arrive at the pearly gates in perfect shape, rather I want to come sliding in, all burnt up, screaming "WHAT A RIDE"!

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    If you can't find BRAD PENN in your area BRAD PENN has a website and if you contact them they will tell you where to get some.

    >Billhendren... please don't take this the wrong way, I am not insulting you, or the product that you suggested in any way, but I wouldn't judge an oil by what the dyno says , if I put brake fluid in a motor and it gained on a dyno doesn't mean that I would run it in my race car, what good is an extra couple of horsepower if the bearings don't live? Friends of mine and I run Brad Penn in blown alcohol and blown nitro cars with excellent results.

    >alscoupe.... That was SHAWN PENN! hahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    blown375: Do you know what Brad Penn's website is?

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    www.amref.com or www.bradpennracing.com

    should get you there :roll: I think.

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