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Castrol Magnetic 10W-40 A3/B4 1Litre £3.50 instore @ Morrisons Heckmondwike
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Well, I tried but all I could find was info about a persons horse's name? Now, "Codswallop." That's a different story... ;)


Thanks for your quick reply! Actually it’s kind of a project car (1.8t is very easy to upgrade engine, so my plan includes putting a bigger turbo and remapping), so I would say this engine will see some load and high rpm sooner or later, and I would like to choose the right oil for it... What would be your choice in such case?


I bought 2 x 5 litres cans of the Petronas 0W20 back in August of last year, off eBay from Carpartsaver (about three oil changes worth). I just checked again & you can't get it any where close to this price now. The best I could see was 4 x 1 litres for £22.85. That's over 50% more than I paid! This sort of figures. The pandemic has probably shutdown the global lubricant industry for the last couple of months with the price of any stock that's still available rising (I also checked out prices on Euro Car Parts & they're all sky high too! ) The oil would be fine for the Audi provided you don't hammer the engine (if it's 14 years old, I'm assuming that you don't). However right now, I might say just try and use anything that's relatively cheap & available.


That’s very very good price, could you please share a link? Also, would you recommend this oil for use in older engines too? My ride is 06 audi 1.8t with requirements vw 502/505, and I usually use Motul 8100 5W30 or 5W40, but this Petronas is looking tempting at the price you mentioned.


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Shell Helix Ultra Professional AF 5W-30 - 5Ltr £22.92 at CarParts4Less
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Shell Helix Ultra Professional AF 5W-30 - 5Ltr Shell Helix Ultra Professional AF 5W-30 for petrol and diesel engines is approved against the technically challenging in-house Ford … Read more

Maybe a litre every 1000 miles


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Haha. I'm someone who loves driving and whether it's feathering the throttle at 60mph to eek out the most from a tank, or in 3rd gear at 4500rpm flying out of a bend, I pay attention to how the engine runs on the different oils I've used over the years. And I know it's probably sad to people who aren't passionate about cars.

Redex Petrol Fuel System Cleaner 250ml £2 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Redex RDX10 Petrol Injector Fuel System Cleaner Redex Assembly Parts

Literally no one has ever provided hard evidence to back up the idea that "reputable" brands are better.


I had a brand new diesel engine fitted to a Toyota costing 6k. It had a brand new ERG valve fitted. I ran it for 3k on normal (Not supermarket fuel) and removed the EGR valve to see what condition it was it. It was covered in a baked on, hard to remove black carbon that took ages to Manuel clean. I fitted a brand new EGR valve and only used Shell V-Power diesel for another 3k and removed that. The valve was covered in a velvet like black coating that literally brushed off without any effort. If you use a premium product, you ensure that your engine is getting the best fuel it can use. It will keep the whole of your fuel, combustion system in tip top order! So no real need to use any additives! Unless there is an underlying issue. Give your car -(Especially diesel) a good motorway run or an Italian tune up on a big hill to blow out all the crap from the exhaust and Cat. Google a search on fuel additives and you'll see which ones can work and the ones that are Snake Oil's 🐍 (y)


Wouldn't add it to any car regardless of age or mileage! :D


Remapping is a good way to squeeze some more miles out of it ;) but it may not be good for a worn clutch etc. I had a Ford Galaxy 1.9Tdi ( VW PD engine) and got an extra 5-10mpg out of it after remapping and it was smoother etc. Use a tank of premium grade diesel occasionally, Similar price and similar additives.


I'm sure it's always been this price, I don't think this is any different. However the usual price at a supermarket is £4 so I guess it's a reminder of it's difference in price

Redex Diesel fuel system cleaner £2 at Tesco (Min Basket £40 & upto £7 Delivery)
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Product Description Revitalise your diesel vehicle with the fuel system cleaner Helps remove harmful deposits around diesel injectors 250ml cleans 2 full tanks of fuel, suitable… Read more

Snake oil.. . ...I got in first this time....


£2 for the petrol one on Amazon too. I bought it because it should work out cheaper wth regular supermarket fuel rather than the BP Ultimate that I use occassionally.... and because I needed to spend another couple of quid to get free delivery.


Waste of time and money, a placebo product


The question people need to ask themselves is how realistic is it that a bottle of this stuff mixed in with 40+ litres of fuel then sprayed through a high pressure nozzle (effectively) once in a while is going to make a difference? Compare that with what it's like to use fairy liquid and a scourer, trying to clean up a used grill with elbow grease, it takes a huge effort for little gain. Silly comparison, but in some ways not. Just puts a bit of perspective on it. Failing that, then take far the simpler business view. If it worked there would be marketing photos and videos all over YouTube and the internet. Not the ridiculous fifth gear video which has far too many variables to be taken seriously. You could take 3, 5 or even 10 high mileage cars. Run 5 with and 5 without for 5 tanks of fuel. Pull out the injectors, use a endescope and do before and after photos and videos. It'd be so easy to prove this stuff works and not expensive, yet I've never seen Redex or anyone else do it. Now I wonder why that might be....


Excellent information, esp the tip to stick the injectors in an ultrasonic cleaner, thanks.

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Redex Diesel Particulate Filter Cleaner 250Ml £4 at Tesco (Min Basket £40 & upto £7 Delivery)
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Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
- Redex DPF Cleaner lowers the temperature the soot burns at, meaning it burns away during normal driving without you having to get your engine very hot. - Cleans and reactivates … Read more

Yep, better to put three litres of fuel in your car and take it for a spirited drive along a road where you can keep your speed up.


If you look at the Redex data sheets from the manufacturer you'll see that all varieties, whether petrol or diesel, have 60-100% Naptha in them. It'll make bugger all difference to anything whichever you put in.


No thats the wrong item you are looking at, thats diesel cleaner, DPF cleaner is £6 in Asda (y)


Only £2 in Asda


I just go for a 20 minute drive down a duel carriage way and that clears the dpf, tried this stuff once and I wasn't impressed

5L Motul 8100 X-Cess 5W-40 Fully Synthetic Car Engine Oil £33.49 at Opie Oils
Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Edit You will need yo ask opie to send you our own code Use their price beater with this listing: Www.ebay.co.uk/itm/401587412430 Www.opieoils.co.uk/price-beater.aspx They wil… Read more

To be honest! I Really can't be bothered to list it. Might use it at some point (y)


How old is it?


I presume the oil cooler had deposits which clogged the leak and fresh synth oil flushed it and it leaked


So you feel the oil caused the leak other than the car being ancient?


Ebay it someone will definitely buy

Mannol 20 litres fully synthetic oil 5W 30 £28.79 VW/Audi/MB £35.99 @ lubriacare ebay
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20l container, should be enough for 4 oil changes working out just over £7 per change SAE 5W-30 API SL ACEA A3/B3 MB 229.3 VW 502.00/505.00 FORD WSS-M2C913-B MANNOL Energy 5W-3… Read more

This seller has some really good prices; just ordered a couple of tubs of brake fluid for not much at all. It's a perfectly decent brand of oil, and plenty of garages use it for the common flavours (5w/30 etc).


Remind me not to buy that from you when you sell it (:I (y)


Some of the newer VW group cars (eg Mk 7 golf R) are designed to suck the oil out as the sump and bung are made of plastic and isn't a proper bung it's a little half turn type thing. Not my cup of tea


Most garages suck it out now and dont even remove the sump plug leaving some of the crud in the bottom so I prefer to do it myself


Dead simple. Would recommend a set of axle stands or ramps as you have to get the sump plug off from under the car. I've got a thing like this for catching the used oil and taking it to the tip https://www.demon-tweeks.com/demon-tweeks-oil-drain-pan-storage-container-jerjc008dr/?istCompanyId=a2904180-3a7d-4e56-b876-cf81c9512180&istFeedId=6fbc4b04-fd28-4ce1-8513-835c8f118690&istItemId=wptpparaw&istBid=t&gclsrc=aw.ds&&gclid=Cj0KCQjwka_1BRCPARIsAMlUmEr9WpK4dM30_soLQJZmZpxAHZ7jKV_CbtlGQXqDfkGsSjInDoiWdXAaArqIEALw_wcB

Oil Filter Service Kit With Castrol Magnatec 10W40 Semi-Synthetic Engine Oil 4L - £16.28 with code @ CarPartsSaver eBay
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Even cheaper now and more options are here (y) This service kit contains 4 litres of Castrol Magnatec 10W40 For Diesel or Petrol Engine Oil Engine Oil and oil filter OIL F… Read more

I’ve not owned a car in 15 years that doesn’t need more than 4 litres. Most other lube manufacturers sell their products in 5litre containers. Wish Castrol would do the same.


Whatever you do, DONT order parts from these: https://www.autodoc.co.uk/ https://www.buycarparts.co.uk/ https://www.onlinecarparts.co.uk/ I have just been waiting over 3 weeks for parts to arrive without any notification from them to say they had been dispatched or anything. All 3 sites are run by the same company, and they are based in GERMANY - NOT THE UK. Its deliberately misleading since their sites are a .co.uk address. The parts are shipped from Germany and it means you are waiting ages for them to arrive. Carparts4less/eurocarparts have always delivered within 2 days of ordering to me, and at least tits a British company. There is always GSF as an option either.


Maybe filters out of stock :D


Terrible company still waiting for my order from March no response from emails at all absolutely terrible company I will never order from this company again


Carparts4less are getting absolutely slated on trust pilot at the minute for none delivery and ignoring communication. I have an outstanding order with them for £100 worth of stuff, 9 days so far and nothig yet. Buyer beware.

Redex Pre-Mot Petrol & Diesel 400ml £5 each @ Tesco (Min Basket £40 - upto £4 delivery)
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Posted 22nd AprPosted 22nd Apr
Redex Pre-Mot Petrol 400Ml was £10, now £5. Offer valid for delivery from 23/04/2020 until 20/05/2020. Description below; If your car's emissions are too high or the warning light… Read more
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You were lucky ;) I'm pleased it worked for you, The other stuff I recommended will work even better since it's better stuff ;) Some folk even add a bit of 2 stroke oil to it to aid lubrication.


Well it worked in mine (y)


Redex is a poor performing additive, Besides it's pretty easy for a diesel to pass emissions if the DPF if is working as it should be. It's most probably just luck. It contains an ingredient called 2-EHN 2-Ethyl Hexyl Nitrate and there is some science behind it but it contains it in very small quantities. If you want to use additives that will actually work much better for diesels then I'd recommend this stuff it's 99% rather than 5%. It can potentially lower the combustion temp of the diesel, Hence it burns more efficiently and helps with DPF regeneration active and passive etc.. It won't clean as such but can help clear the DPF. To clean I'd recommend Seafoam it's the only additive that I've seen genuinely clean carbon off pistons etc.. Yes on older cars Redex has been known to help restore a little power but it won't do much to a modern car. There are loads of additives out there that do a much better job but in general they're a waste of money. Your car really shouldn't need them, It won't be long before the engine lights back on ;) Also changing the oil frequently will help more, During active regeneration's the diesel can end up mixing with the oil, This can increase the oil level and dilute it so it doesn't lubricate as well and can eat away at various different seals causing leaks and in some cases engines blowing up due to the increasing pressure due to oil level! Especially if active regeneration's are cut short and you do lots of short journeys etc.. Short journeys equal more carbon buildup, more carbon build up equals more active regeneration's more regeneration's equal more diesel in the oil etc.. I'd recommend changing it every 6k or maybe even less if lots of stop start, short journeys etc.. Doesn't matter what oil so long as it meets manufacturers minimum specs. Me personally, I've tried 2-EHN 2-Ethyl Hexyl Nitrate and didn't notice any difference but mines a relatively modern car.


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I had a 2006 ford focus diesel. failed emissions. I tried everything to get it to pass including driving about 50 miles at high speed in low gear for Italian tune up. Still failed. Told by a mechanic friend to give one last shot using this. Car passed with flying colours and still on road (y)

Redex Diesel Particulate Filter Cleaner 250Ml £4 at Tesco (Min Basket £40 - upto £4 delivery)
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Was £8. Now £4. Offer valid for delivery from 23/04/2020 until 20/05/2020. Available in store for same dates. - Redex DPF Cleaner lowers the temperature the soot burns at, meaning… Read more
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Had DPF light on and this worked for me, cannot complain.


Put some in my transit custom a while back just as a precaution a few days later I got the warning notification telling me to drive the van to clean the dpf I'll never waste my money on this stuff again


Look up the manufacturer's ingredients sheets for redex. Whichever one you look at petrol/diesel/dpf cleaner/pre Mot they are all listed at 60-100% naptha.


Quite often Tesco/Asda put these on sale 2 pounds each, cold for me


DPF Cleaner lowers the temperature the soot burns at, meaning it burns away during normal driving without you having to get your engine very hot. Works for me, and has done for over seven years in my diesel powered car with a DPF. Never once had any DPF issues.

Redex Fuel System Cleaner £2 at Tesco (Min Basket £40 - upto £4 Delivery)
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Posted 22nd AprPosted 22nd Apr
Redex Petrol & Diesel £2 each in Tesco.Available in store at £2 from 23/04/2020. Offer valid for delivery from 23/04/2020 until 20/05/2020 Redex Petrol Injector 250ml Descript… Read more
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For every 10 morons that buy into any bit of marketing they think they understand, and don’t actually read what is written, there will be 1 or 2 experienced mechanical engineers that understand what you are spouting is absolute nonsense.


For every one person who doesn't understand or listen, there will be 10 who will take it on board and think twice before potentially invalidating their warranty, go against their car manufacturer and shorten the life of their complicated engines and expensive catalytic converters etc. Have a nice day.


None of which say they'll definitely void your warranty. Look at the language used. They just want you to purchase the genuine equivalents. Well done for trying to win an argument via Googling things quickly.


A very quick google of a Volvo manual - https://www.volvocars.com/en-th/support/manuals/xc40/2019-early/starting-and-driving/fuel/petrol IMPORTANT Do not use any additives which have not been recommended by Volvo. A quick google and information from Ford - Fuel Additives It should not be necessary to add any aftermarket additives to your fuel if you use a high quality diesel fuel that conforms to ASTM industry specifications. Aftermarket additives can damage the fuel injector system or engine. From a Ford Mustang Manual "Do not add aftermarket fuel additive products to your fuel tank. It should not be necessary to add any aftermarket products to your fuel tank if you continue to use high quality fuel of the recommended octane rating. These products have not been approved for your engine and could cause damage to the fuel system. Repairs to correct the effects of using an aftermarket product in your fuel may not be covered by your warranty." NISSAN Aftermarket fuel additives: NISSAN does not recommend the use of any fuel additives (that is, fuel injector cleaner, octane booster, intake valve deposit removers, etc.) which are sold commercially. Many of these additives intended for gum, varnish or deposit removal may contain active solvent or similar ingredients that can be harmful to the fuel system and engine.


Absolute tosh; dangerous misinformation. I've worked in the aftermarket for years and OEM-side as well, and can categorically assure you that this is not true. Where have you read this / who has told you? Redex wouldn't be my choice personally, but this is a good price. If you want a premium product, Archoil is pretty good but expensive.

Mannol ENERGY 5w30 Fully Synthetic Engine Oil 20L - £29.74 @ lubriagecarpartsaccessories / eBay
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Yeah, it's good that the UK seems pretty strict. Which is odd how stuff like redex gets sold and it pretty dubious. I think it's more about preventing harm. I.e. bad oil will kill your car so needs looking at, Redex doesn't do any harm, (or any good probably) so it's ignored.


Thanks, interesting link, I've often wondered if anyone ever checks that oils actually meet the spec that they claim to... after all, anyone can get a label printed!


Heat this is freaking great deal. If only I have the space and tools to do the oil change myself I will snap this up. Need my own driveway first then some axle stands, jacks I already have. As long as it meets spec then these are absolutely fine. Change once a year. No need to spend a ton on Mobil oil.


Also, have a look here: http://ukla-vls.org.uk/ Independent tests on oils o check they are up to spec. As in proper tests, not just autoexpress or 5th gear doing a pointless back to back dyno run.


oil specs are a bit complex but can be found on the web: https://www.opieoils.co.uk/t-acea-car-engine-oils-specification-explained.aspx Just a thought, these companies dont have an old man brewing the stuff up in their back kitchen, they buy in from the oil suppliers, and re badge, sometimes a bit of research will tell you a lot, try looking at the specification sheets of Halfords own oil which they put on their web site.

Redex Petrol Fuel System Cleaner 250m £2 (+ £4.49 Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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2 shot bottle. Suitable for all petrol, injector, turbocharger and intercooled engines including those fitted with a catalytic converter. Treats two full tanks of fuel. Suitable fo… Read more
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Would this work on a car with a supercharger eg an old mercedes kompressor engine?


It's £2 in Tesco now too


Take it for an Italian tune-up


I just got the diesel one for £2 from Asda in my delivery. It was £4 a few days ago and more elsewhere. We don't have a Tesco nearby, it'd cost more to drive to pick it up than to get it through prime. I know some places have it at £2 more often, but the ease of prime is why I posted. :)


Awarded heat but Tesco's regularly have it and the diesel additive at this price, and claim it is reduced from £4 i.e. a half price offer. So whilst overstating the discount it's a good price.

Castrol 4L engine oil 5W30 - Fully Synthetic - £25.49 @ eBay / carpartsaver
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Castrol EDGE 5W-30 LL is suitable for use in automobile, gasoline and diesel engines where the manufacturer recommends an ACEA C3 specification 5W-30 lubricant. Castrol EDGE 5W-30… Read more

Showing as £30.99 now? Still cheaper than most


Okay buddy... 🤪


I've found it plenty enough to do around 600 rashers of bacon.


2.0Tdi would be enough as when you drain oil you won't get all of it out.....so around 3.8 litres are required for for 2 litre tdi.....always get a 4 litre tub .....Petronas long life. 5w30 vw 507 but if your engine drinks then I recommend 5 litre for top up.


Oil specs are very confusing these days but many people (on HUKD at least) don't seem to even want to understand. Which would you trust more: information from the manufacturer or some possible numpty on HUKD? If you just buy oil based on viscosity, as long as it's close to what your car needs it's not going to cause any noticeable damage in the short term. However, if you have a decent, high value car then ensuring you stick strictly to the manufacturer's recommendation (full spec, not brand) is the cheapest way to ensure the long life of your engine. Changing the oil more often than required is still cheap preventative maintenance. Getting remarkably high outputs from small engines with long service intervals requires some exceptional engineering which needs protection and your DPF, cat, etc. are also at risk from incorrect oils. If you've got an old knacker with all the oily bits well worn that you're just running until the MoT expires then anything cheap, brown and runny will probably do the job for a while! XD

Oil Filter Service Kit With Castrol Magnatec 10W40 Semi-Synthetic Engine Oil 4L, from £18.31 at carpartssaver/ebay with code
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Seems like a good value oil kit, more options here This service kit contains 4 litres of Castrol Magnatec 10W40 For Diesel or Petrol Engine Oil Engine Oil and oil filter OI… Read more

They provide you with the filter specific to your vehicle. However they don't stock the filter for a 1UZ-FE engine so I'm out of luck. Heat anyway.


The filter is very random isn't it....They are car specific.


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Very good price, supposed to use 30 in mine but this’ll do

Castrol Edge FST Engine Oil - 0W-30 - 4ltr £40.19 with code at Eurocarparts
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Needed oil and filter for service. Up to 50% off items using code. Decent price for free delivery or click and collect.

thanks for repeating what I'd already said...


I’ve seen it under £30. This ain’t a good deal.


I got 8 bottles from that deal so I’m sorted for 4 oil changes.


Mine didn't turn up


yeh it's very good and meets all the standards. You do have to wonder about all these "mega" oils claiming X,Y,Z, yet these "cheap" oils meet the manufacturers standards. They're not going to accredit crap...!

Engine Oil 5 Litres Fully Synthetic - Shell Helix Ultra Professional AF SAE 5W30 £24.99 at ebay / carpartssaver
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Engine Oil 5 Litres Fully Synthetic - Shell Helix Ultra Professional AF SAE 5W30 £24.99 at ebay / carpartssaver
£24.99£27.6210%eBay Deals
ACEA A5/B5 Approvals: Ford WSS-M2C913-C, WSS-M2C913-D; Jaguar Land Rover STJLR.03.5003; Fully synthetic motor oil Shell ultimate active cleansing technology helps to protect hig… Read more
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You'll be in the forefront of my mind... (annoyed)


Took them 3 days to send me that, no mention of actually sending me my correct oil, never again will i order off euro car parts, 25y iv supported them,


New message from: carpartssaver (629,342)Dear Customer, Thank you for your message. We will accept a return if the item is incorrect. If you wish to return this item, please provide a suitable collection date (Monday - Friday) and we can arrange a collection with DHL. I apologise for any inconvenience caused. Kind regards, Denis


Hopefully the next time you see it at £18 or less you'll take time out to upload it then squire. (y)


Just got this for 17ish last week I think

Fuchs Titan XTR 5w-30 Engine Oil 5 Litres £17.24 at Power Bulbs
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Fuchs Titan XTR 5w-30 Engine Oil 5 Litres £17.24 at Power Bulbs
If you have an older Ford petrol or diesel engine, or one that requires the use of a low viscosity oil, the Fuchs Titan XTR 5w-30 5 Litre Engine Oil is the ideal choice for you. Wi… Read more

Great saving as its currently £26.35 on amazon and £20.95 +delivery on opie oils website so you saved me a few quid as was getting some this week anyway.

Triple QX Fully Synthetic 5W-30 engine oil 5 litres (General Motors engines) - £18.54 @ Euro Car Parts
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Triple QX Fully Synthetic 5W-30 engine oil 5 litres (General Motors engines) - £18.54 @ Euro Car Parts
TRIPLE QX Fully Synthetic (For GM applications) Engine Oil - 5W-30 -5ltr I use this in my 2008 Vauxhall Corsa (petrol). No issues.

I've personally used Triple QX solely for God knows how many years in the same car and never had an issue with it.


Aye, but the topic is really about the oil. (y)


And nobody has ever come out to scupper it or say that the oil is indeed of poor quality. (y) That suggests to me that the oil is OK


There are a lot of idiots on that thread, "At present I change my oil between 1.5-2k"


So long as it meets your manufacturers minimum specs then it's perfectly good enough oil.

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