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Castrol EDGE 0W-40 5 Litre Diesel Engine Oil $19.99 (U.P. $89.99) + Delivery (Free C&C) @ Autobarn

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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.

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    I suggest you put diesel in the title

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      Done. Thanks

  • +1 vote

    DPF/Diesel only.

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      You can also use these on normal petrol cars.

  • +3 votes

    Wish it was 0W-30

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    Too thin for most diesek engines

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      Unless you’re in a cold environment. Such as alpine region, Macedon rangers etc.

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    From the Castrol site:

    Product Performance Claims
    ACEA C3
    API SN
    BMW Longlife-04
    dexos2®*
    Meets Fiat 9.55535-S2
    MB-Approval 229.31/ 229.51
    Porsche A40
    Renault RN 0700 / RN 0710
    VW 502 00 / 505 00

  • +2 votes

    dumb question, will this work with petrol based engines, Im assuming diesel has more additives in it

    • +9 votes

      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.

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        Correct. Infact Diesel and HDEO (Heavy Duty Engine Oils) usually have more additives etc for harsher conditions.

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      If it has an SN rating it'll be fine, if anything it'll be better as it has a higher detergent mix.

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    Not VW 507

  • +1 vote

    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

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    This also works in petrol cars, will be buying 2 today cheers.

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    Autobarn has had great oil deals lately. Good to see them giving competition to Repco and SCA.

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      Ripco and Supercrap Auto

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      Prolly trying to get a bit more foot traffic into their stores. I wonder who eats the discount - head office or the franchisees?