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40% off Valvoline Range - Synpower Full Synthetic Engine Oil 5L $38.39 (+$20 Cashback via Redemption) @ Supercheap Auto

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Supercheap is doing 40% off the entire Valvoline product range: https://www.supercheapauto.com.au/7-day-deals?prefn1=srgBran...

For Synpower engine oils it's pretty much this deal but now they're all $38.39 each, except the C2 0W-30 for $47.99. Hope the previous purchasers used their Club Plus memberships so they can claim credit!

Note limit of 2 per product per customer.

Some tools to figure out which variety suits your vehicle:
https://www.datateck.com.au/lube/valv_auMS/
https://go.lupinsys.com/valvoline/harms/public/materials

Claim $20 cashback (maximum 3 claims): https://valvolinepromotions.com.au/

Ts&Cs: https://valvolinepromotions.com.au/terms-and-conditions-easy...

  • Claimants must upload a scanned copy or photo of their purchase receipt in the required field (file size must not exceed 1MB) and submit the fully completed online registration form by 11:59pm AESDST on the 31st May 2020.
  • Valid $20 Cashback claims will be paid by eftpos gift card to the mail address provided by the claimant in the online claim form.

PS. Don't forget discounted egift cards and cashback.

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    5w30 MST for $38…. plus cashback???? Not bad, not bad at all.

    https://www.supercheapauto.com.au/p/valvoline-valvoline-synp...

    Edited: Just had a read of T&C's…. it's definitely $20 cashback PER bottle purchased (up to 3)!! Wow!!

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    How do these Valvoline oils compare to say Castrol or Liqui Moly etc?

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      I have always used Castrol or Penrite, or even Mobil. Valvoline seems to have improved these days. I think you can't go wrong with any of these brands, although I am more biased towards Castrol and Mobil 1.

      As long as you change your oil frequently should be fine! If you are racing your car around town, might be worth getting 5W-30 though.

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    Shame SCA don't atock the VW 507 approved Valvoline.

    https://www.valvoline.com/en-australia/our-products/engine-o...

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    FYI, I received my $20 EFTPOS card exactly 2 weeks after submitting my claim online. (Just click "next" if it asks for a photo of the magnet).

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      Thanks for your feedback. When I submitted mine just over a week ago the promo no longer asked for a photo of the magnet.

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    How can you find which oil to buy for my car?

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      Look at the top of the webpage, My Garage. Select your car, shop for parts for your car, select oils and fluids.

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        But what it if says 'Unfortunately, we couldn't find any products that fit your vehicle' but 5W-30 usually does?

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          Yep, thats what happened to me.

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          Not all 5w-30 weight oils are the same.

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            @Quarn: Yes all same . But compliance is another issue. If meets all specs of the owners manual should be ok to use.

            Why not?

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              @Poor Ass: You seriously think that same viscosity = same oil ?
              I don’t know much about oil but I know enough to be careful.

              Here is example of some of the science, thanks to @Masterscythe
              ‘ Without going into it TOO much, You'd get away with an A5 oil in an A3 rated vehicle, as long as it was ONLY doing light duty (eg, no towing, or 4x4 driving, etc, nothing that will make the engine hotter than 'normal' running temp).

              A1\A5 demands a High temp, High Shear viscosity of 2.9~3.5cP @ 150*C
              A3 demands at LEAST 3.5cP at 150C.
              If you vehicle demands a A1/A5…..
              You PROBABLY also wouldn't want an A3 oil during Winter, unless you live in a VERY warm area, because, unless they're using a very expensive PAO base oil, "Tougher when warm" (higher shear and viscosity ratings), 9 times out of 10, means just the same when cold (thicker).

              It's been a while since I looked into 'A' ratings, as I've always found it easier to reference the MSDS and the viscosity at 40 & 100 ratings.’
              https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/329772

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                @Quarn: Ya we on the same page. I call those compliance

                Agreed all brands are different but weight and viscosity is the same to a degree

                This oil when I read the bottle has the latest ratings so above most oil required specs

                What is strange is even this oil is compatible and over some oil required spec. Lube guide does not recommend E.g. I know my car recommends 0w20 but lube guide wants to use 5w40

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                  @Poor Ass: I think most people here would argue 0w and 5w are going to perform exactly the same, as it's winter weight and not going to make a difference unless you live in an extremely cold climate (like frozen all the time).

                  As to the discussion of difference in quality oils, I think if you run a normal sedan you shouldn't be too concerned if you stick with a name brand and it's synthetic and it's the correct viscosity for your car, and you actually change the filter as well as the washer for the drain plug.

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                    @TEER3X: Ya agreed but 0w just works faster… Turn on and go go go

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                      @Poor Ass: I'll check this personally, currently have some thick start up oil in there and am going to put some 0w stuff

                      Just can't loosen the drain plug it's a cnt of a bolt. Stupid fancy European sht.

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      Have update the post with links to the Valvoline lube checker.

      https://www.datateck.com.au/lube/valv_auMS/

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      Owners manual

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    Anyone received cashback yet? Site mentions 2 months, but some as above comment received in 2 weeks.

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      I entered 17 April haven't got yet

      You?

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        Received

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      Submitted mine 25/4/20, received 3/6/20.