Cobra Brand automotive oil

Just wondered if anyone know that the cobra brand oil is actually made by Irving Oil. Many may not know Irving Oil, unless from eastern canada or new england.
Irving Oil products by many are considered top notch, lots of truckers won't use anything but irving oil products.
That cobra oil is quite cheap at Walmart, and presently i think i'm wasting money on Valvoline in one car and Quaker State in the other....
I'm thinking of switching to Cobra... does anyone use this oil, and have any comments?
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According to the API Licence Directory ( http://eolcs.api.org/ ) Cobra Brand Oils come from COASTAL PACKAGING INC, License Number:2041, City:Saint John, New Brunswick E2L 4K1, CANADA. It looks like the Cobra Performance brands are Service Category SM. The Cobra V Oils are only Service Category SL. According to the Irving web site (http://www.irvingoil.com/pr_business/pr_lubs/prodsel.asp?inid=1&catid $ ) the Irving brands of oil are called Max 1, not Cobra. They are all Service Category SM.
Ed
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Picasso wrote:

You're making the assumption that the Cobra oil is the same as Irving oil. That may or may not be true. The additives cost more than the oil, so the Cobra oil sold at Walmart might not offer as good protection as other oils. This would not be the only product sold at Walmart that is not as high quality as other products sold by the same manufacturer.
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