Found in The catalogue . Not an Automobile Expert but seems to be a decent price for EDGE TITANIUM SYN 0W40 5L DPF DIESEL ENGINE OIL.
I suggest you put diesel in the title
You can also use these on normal petrol cars.
Wish it was 0W-30
Too thin for most diesek engines
Unless you’re in a cold environment. Such as alpine region, Macedon rangers etc.
From the Castrol site:
Product Performance Claims
Meets Fiat 9.55535-S2
MB-Approval 229.31/ 229.51
Renault RN 0700 / RN 0710
VW 502 00 / 505 00
dumb question, will this work with petrol based engines, Im assuming diesel has more additives in it
It's worth noting that this is NOT a Diesel-only product (despite the comments so far).
API SN is one of the most commonly called for specifications in Australian petrol vehicles, whilst ACEA C3 is a petrol/diesel specification. Similarly many of the OEM specifications listed cover both petrol and diesel applications.
Most (but not all) lubricants you will find for any brand carry a mix of petrol and diesel specifications. In what I'd term "automotive" products, it's pretty uncommon to find diesel-only products (they do exist but are rare)…most products - even those with diesel in the name - will commonly carry petrol specs too. It's far more common to find petrol-only specified products on shelves…though they'd still be the minority.
Correct. Infact Diesel and HDEO (Heavy Duty Engine Oils) usually have more additives etc for harsher conditions.
If it has an SN rating it'll be fine, if anything it'll be better as it has a higher detergent mix.
Not VW 507
Just bought 10. Will be running in a turbo petrol volvo. Meets the API SN spec but more impressively the Porche A40. Looks like a great oil, moving to slightly heavier 40 weight (which is the viscosity when hot) as car is modified.
However my manual also recommends a heavier weight oil as well in hotter climate (Australia is vs Europe) & harsh driving conditions (Australia is vs Europe)
Still have the $25 5-30 Castrol Edge from the last Ebay plus deal lol
This also works in petrol cars, will be buying 2 today cheers.
Autobarn has had great oil deals lately. Good to see them giving competition to Repco and SCA.
Ripco and Supercrap Auto
Prolly trying to get a bit more foot traffic into their stores. I wonder who eats the discount - head office or the franchisees?