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Castrol Edge Titanium Sport 0W40 Oil 4 Litre  £22.50  free C&C @  Halfords
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Castrol Edge Titanium Sport 0W40 Oil 4 Litre £22.50 free C&C @ Halfords

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Posted 12th Jun

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Castrol Edge Titanium Sport 0W40 OilCastrol EDGE 0W-40 A3/B4, boosted with Titniumm FST gives you the confidence to demand maximum engine performance from today’s modern, higher rewing sports, performance and luxury vehicles requiring a high level of protection and higher performance low viscosity oils.Castrol Edge Titanium Sport 0W40 Oil Extra Info
  • Maximises short and long term engine performance
  • Reduces engine deposits to help maximise engine response
  • Delivers unsurpassed levels of protection across a variety of driving conditions and temperatures with excellent performance at low temperatures
  • Sustains maximum performance even when under pressure
  • Independently proven to Improve engine efficiency
Meets or exceeds Industry standards:
  • CEA A3/B3, A3/B4
  • API SN/CF
  • VW 502 00/ 505 00
  • BMW Longlife-01
  • MB-Approval 229.3/ 229.5
  • Porsche A40
  • Meets Ford WSS-M2C937-A
* Please note that packaging and label supplied may differ from web image but the contents are the same
Additional InformationPlease refer to your vehicle handbook to confirm the suitability of this oil for your vehicle


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yoyo5912/06/2019 04:42

Mine usually takes 5w30 or 5w40 I wonder if I should....


I whack any old guff in my chariot....whatever's on special in Tesco or Asda.
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Thanks OP
Mine usually takes 5w30 or 5w40 I wonder if I should....
yoyo5912/06/2019 04:42

Mine usually takes 5w30 or 5w40 I wonder if I should....


I’d use it, simply means the viscosity has a wider operating range doesn’t it?
yoyo5912/06/2019 04:42

Mine usually takes 5w30 or 5w40 I wonder if I should....


Check the spec of oil you need.
pkitch12/06/2019 05:49

I’d use it, simply means the viscosity has a wider operating range doesn’t …I’d use it, simply means the viscosity has a wider operating range doesn’t it?


Best check your manual. My car takes 0w30 but as that's quite hard to find deals on I was tempted by 5w30. I checked my manual and it specifically says i could use 5x30 TEMPORARILY to top up in an emergency but fully change it all ASAP with the correct spec.

To confuse matters further this viscosity rating isn't all you need to look for, there a long letter/number specification in the manual too! I just googled this long number to be sure.
Slappyhaze9912/06/2019 06:07

Best check your manual. My car takes 0w30 but as that's quite hard to find …Best check your manual. My car takes 0w30 but as that's quite hard to find deals on I was tempted by 5w30. I checked my manual and it specifically says i could use 5x30 TEMPORARILY to top up in an emergency but fully change it all ASAP with the correct spec.To confuse matters further this viscosity rating isn't all you need to look for, there a long letter/number specification in the manual too! I just googled this long number to be sure.


Yea obviously check the spec you need, interesting that my wife’s BMW 1 series started off on 5w30 then BMW changed the recommend oil to 0w30 later on down the line.
yoyo5912/06/2019 04:42

Mine usually takes 5w30 or 5w40 I wonder if I should....


I whack any old guff in my chariot....whatever's on special in Tesco or Asda.
5 litre Petronas Syntium 0-20w fully synthetic on Amazon £22.99 if it's any good to anyone...bought a couple myself...really good price.
Edited by: "BattleBeast1" 12th Jun
BattleBeast112/06/2019 07:18

5 litre Petronas Syntium 0-20w fully synthetic on Amazon £22.99 if it's …5 litre Petronas Syntium 0-20w fully synthetic on Amazon £22.99 if it's any good to anyone...bought a couple myself...really good price.


This I what most Hondas run on now days
Plus newer diesel's 2004 on that is need Bmw LL04 or longlife 04 for diesel particulate filter so this is no good.
saf_khan12/06/2019 06:18

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F1629612058425 litre, most cars need more than 4 litres


That's 5w30. This deal is for 0w40. Stop confusing people.
daveyboy747412/06/2019 07:22

This I what most Hondas run on now days


I'm using it in a 2014 Suzuki Grand Vitara 2.4 petrol....there's a big sticker on the engine says to use it lol...it can take 5w-30 as well but it's pretty low mileage atm so I'll use the 0w-20 for a while...supposedly gives better fuel economy.
con someone clarify for me? I have a 56 plate civic 8th gen. In the manual it recommends to use 0w-30 meeting ACEA A1 A3 A5.
Can I use this oil?
scooby35012/06/2019 08:58

Plus newer diesel's 2004 on that is need Bmw LL04 or longlife 04 for …Plus newer diesel's 2004 on that is need Bmw LL04 or longlife 04 for diesel particulate filter so this is no good.


I've got a f31 330d, belive it take 6.2L on a oil change. Have come across and cheap LL04 have you. Castrol atleast anyway.

Cheers
I normally use opie oils just put your reg in Castrol Edge 5w-30 M FST Fully Synthetic Car Engine Oil - 8 Litres: 2 x 4L £58.99 with GIVE10 Code they do a service kit oil filter to plenty of choices but I'd stick with Castrol as it very good mate. Its £73.50 for 9ltrs with mahle filter to.
Edited by: "scooby350" 12th Jun
Looks like it's sold out best give them a call.
Edited by: "scooby350" 12th Jun
Will this unlock my drain?
Heat
pkitch12/06/2019 05:49

I’d use it, simply means the viscosity has a wider operating range doesn’t …I’d use it, simply means the viscosity has a wider operating range doesn’t it?


If the engine is designed to use 5W and you use 0W, it will mean the oil is thinner than what the manufacturer recommends and when cold, the oil will be able to get through clearances easier. Now think about oil getting past the piston rings, just for an example.
Some of the comments here...
I use sunflower oil.. Much cheaper
newt18212/06/2019 23:23

If the engine is designed to use 5W and you use 0W, it will mean the oil …If the engine is designed to use 5W and you use 0W, it will mean the oil is thinner than what the manufacturer recommends and when cold, the oil will be able to get through clearances easier. Now think about oil getting past the piston rings, just for an example.


Read my other post regarding the mrs BMW
pkitch13/06/2019 09:36

Read my other post regarding the mrs BMW


Maybe BMW found their original recommendation wasn't the best option and revised it. Climate where you live will probably affect which oil is best to use. Personally I would stick to what the manufacturer recommends if you want to get the best life out of your engine.
Not in Wandsworth Halfords but nice if you can find it
Cheers for the heads up 👌🏻. I’ll pick some up. Always use Edge. Regularly have to top up my car, so always on the look out for a bargain. Heat.
yoyo5912/06/2019 04:42

Mine usually takes 5w30 or 5w40 I wonder if I should....


Nah. Stick to what's recommended
Norseg12/06/2019 15:13

Will this unlock my drain?


You'll need a key or a hacksaw for that.
BattleBeast112/06/2019 09:48

I'm using it in a 2014 Suzuki Grand Vitara 2.4 petrol....there's a big …I'm using it in a 2014 Suzuki Grand Vitara 2.4 petrol....there's a big sticker on the engine says to use it lol...it can take 5w-30 as well but it's pretty low mileage atm so I'll use the 0w-20 for a while...supposedly gives better fuel economy.


I wouldnt use that in hit weather. The oil will become too thin to do its job and your engine components will suffer premature wear.
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BattleBeast112/06/2019 07:18

5 litre Petronas Syntium 0-20w fully synthetic on Amazon £22.99 if it's …5 litre Petronas Syntium 0-20w fully synthetic on Amazon £22.99 if it's any good to anyone...bought a couple myself...really good price.


0-20, are usually used for hybrid cars I believe, better stick to at least 0-30 for non hybrids.
Be careful! This is not PDF friendly. If you drive a diesel car with PDF do not use this oil or you may damage the PDF which costs ££££.

BMW LL-04 and Mercedes Benz 229.31/229.51 are PDF friendly spec.
saf_khan12/06/2019 06:18

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F1629612058425 litre, most cars need more than 4 litres


They do this deliberately so you have to buy extra oil..
stone3t16/06/2019 11:32

Be careful! This is not PDF friendly. If you drive a diesel car with PDF …Be careful! This is not PDF friendly. If you drive a diesel car with PDF do not use this oil or you may damage the PDF which costs ££££.BMW LL-04 and Mercedes Benz 229.31/229.51 are PDF friendly spec.


PDF

Better than DOCX
Bogdano13/06/2019 00:13

Some of the comments here...I use sunflower oil.. Much cheaper

Your engine must be healthy,
Yakkyda16/06/2019 09:51

I wouldnt use that in hit weather. The oil will become too thin to do its …I wouldnt use that in hit weather. The oil will become too thin to do its job and your engine components will suffer premature wear.

It's the correct oil,handbook and sticker on the engine cover says 0w-20...also checked with Suzuki,apparently for fuel economy and going by some Suzuki forums there a noticeable difference in mpg when not using it,and I'm in N.Ireland,it's never going to get too hot lol
Edited by: "BattleBeast1" 16th Jun
hukdbuddy12/06/2019 12:08

I've got a f31 330d, belive it take 6.2L on a oil change. Have come across …I've got a f31 330d, belive it take 6.2L on a oil change. Have come across and cheap LL04 have you. Castrol atleast anyway. Cheers


Home bargains sell 5w30 BMW ll04 oil for £16 for 4.5l. blended by rock oils in Warrington. Bargain
Tom.Wilson16/06/2019 12:55

PDF Better than DOCX


DPF sorry I worked too hard during weekend.
stone3t16/06/2019 22:35

DPF sorry I worked too hard during weekend.


It's alright, I knew what you meant, couldn't stop myself making a cheap joke.
Use Quantum oil as it's the same as Castrol edge. Also ued by VAG dealerships.
Edited by: "peterkay11" 17th Jun
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