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I need a suggestion for the best oil to be put into B16A2, I use to put Castrol full synthetic 10-60, I heard it's not that good ? at least not to the B16A2 maybe good for other type of engines.
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dont waste your money on synthetic. go with a good conventional. the thicker the better.
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Thank you, any good conventional brand you suggest ?
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personal preference really. i use valvoline in my d17 and b20.
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ive always used mobil 1. i heard of royal purple..
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mobil 1..hands down with that one
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I need a suggestion for the best oil to be put into B16A2, I use to put Castrol full synthetic 10-60, I heard it's not that good ? at least not to the B16A2 maybe good for other type of engines.
hands down Redline High Perfomance 5W20. Best on the market. I have use Redline in all my cars and trucks, all of them have run like a top.
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10- 60? Thats gotta be like goo. Use the weight that the oil cap says. its probably 5-30. And if you've been using synthetic, I wouldnt go back to dino-****. Just start dumping mobil 1 in it and be done.
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