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Spoons
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29th Sep 08 at 18:23   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

ive noticed that my oil needs a little top up but what type is it? my 1.2 8v was 15w40 i think? would it be the same for the 16v model?
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10w 40 or 15w 40 will be ok.
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I'd use 10w40 semi synthetic.
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I use 15W40 in mine


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I've just had 5w30 put in mine
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if you have a oil rated at
5w 40
10w 40
15w 40
20w 40 these oils are the same thickness, the w rating means cold cranking which is measured in centistokes but if you have a oil that is rated at 10w 40 and a 10w 50 then the 10w 50 is a thicker oil
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hear he goes agen
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thats the first thing he has said that i have agreed with.

perhaps he is maturing?
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Thats been copy and pasted as usual

thier no = in it for it to be him writing
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good shout
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quote:
Originally posted by DAZ1985
quote:
Originally posted by 20valver
if you have a oil rated at
5w 40 = bhp
10w 40 = bhp
15w 40 = bhp
20w 40 = bhp
these oils are the same thickness = bhp, the = rating means i talk shit which is measured in tappers and millimetres but if you have a 1.4 8v r/r at 150 and a 2stroke 125 then the = means even more bhp



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quote:
Originally posted by DAZ1985
quote:
Originally posted by DAZ1985
quote:
Originally posted by 20valver
if you have a oil rated at
5w 40 = bhp
10w 40 = bhp
15w 40 = bhp
20w 40 = bhp
these oils are the same thickness = bhp, the = rating means i talk shit which is measured in tappers and millimetres but if you have a 1.4 8v r/r at 150 and a 2stroke 125 then the = means even more bhp, question daz1985 where the hell did i say that never said anything about bhp and the stuff you added and NO IT IS NOT A COPY AND PASTE






this is my Original post look below
if you have a oil rated at
5w 40
10w 40
15w 40
20w 40 these oils are the same thickness, the w rating means cold cranking which is measured in centistokes but if you have a oil that is rated at 10w 40 and a 10w 50 then the 10w 50 is a thicker

[Edited on 03-10-2008 by 20valver]

[Edited on 03-10-2008 by 20valver]
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hey daz1985 give opie oils a ring to find out what the 10w rating means on the oil and also ask them what the 30/40/50/60 means as well and the 4 ball wear scare test means

this is my Original post look below
if you have a oil rated at
5w 40
10w 40
15w 40
20w 40 these oils are the same thickness, the w rating means cold cranking which is measured in centistokes but if you have a oil that is rated at 10w 40 and a 10w 50 then the 10w 50 is a thicker
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hey daz1985

what i said about the oil is not a copy and paste,
question, how do you know when it is time to change your engine oil,
also what happens to your oil on short journeys also
what cases engine oil to go black quick,
what is classed as severe operating conditions for a vauxhall engine
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quote:
Originally posted by DAZ1985
Thats been copy and pasted as usual, it was not a copy and paste

thier no = in it for it to be him writing
Ryan
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you remind me of a downs child.

the way you always say 'question' and then post a load of irrelivant shit.lol

question=do spider monkeys like big mac's?


DAZ1985
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He u2u'd me the same shit

I replied


quote:

How does suck my hairy bollocks sound to you?

I couldnt give two shits. Some information you copy and paste is correct. Thats because you didnt write it. The other threads with pages and pages of utter shit = 20valver

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quote:
Originally posted by DAZ1985
He u2u'd me the same shit

I replied


quote:

How does suck my hairy bollocks sound to you?

I couldnt give two shits. Some information you copy and paste is correct. Thats because you didnt write it. The other threads with pages and pages of utter shit = 20valver





this is my Original post look below
if you have a oil rated at
5w 40
10w 40
15w 40
20w 40 these oils are the same thickness, the w rating means cold cranking which is measured in centistokes but if you have a oil that is rated at 10w 40 and a 10w 50 then the 10w 50 is a thicker
AS I SAID BEFORE THIS IS NOT A COPY AN PASTE
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quote:
Originally posted by DAZ1985
He u2u'd me the same shit

I replied


quote:

How does suck my hairy bollocks sound to you?

I couldnt give two shits. Some information you copy and paste is correct. Thats because you didnt write it. The other threads with pages and pages of utter shit = 20valver




hey daz1985

what i said about the oil is not a copy and paste,
question, how do you know when it is time to change your engine oil,
also what happens to your oil on short journeys also
what cases engine oil to go black quick,
what is classed as severe operating conditions for a vauxhall engine
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you've already repeated that post mate?
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quote:
Originally posted by RYAN89
you remind me of a downs child.

the way you always say 'question' and then post a load of irrelivant shit.lol

question=do spider monkeys like big mac's?





this is really irrelevant and not a load of shit

what i said about the oil is not a copy and paste,
question, how do you know when it is time to change your engine oil,
also what happens to your oil on short journeys also
what cases engine oil to go black quick,
what is classed as severe operating conditions for a vauxhall engine
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you've repeated the same thing again? wouldnt it be classed as........




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20valver =
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quote:
Originally posted by DAZ1985
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question, how do you know when it is time to change your engine oil,
also what happens to your oil on short journeys also
what cases engine oil to go black quick,
what is classed as severe operating conditions for a vauxhall engine

[Edited on 05-10-2008 by 20valver]
if you have a oil rated at
5w 40
10w 40
15w 40
20w 40 these oils are the same thickness, the w rating means cold cranking which is measured in centistokes but if you have a oil that is rated at 10w 40 and a 10w 50 then the 10w 50 is a thicker

[Edited on 05-10-2008 by 20valver]

[Edited on 05-10-2008 by 20valver]

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