10W60 motor oil

Discussion in 'Technical Q&A' started by solly, Jul 11, 2004.

  1. solly

    solly Formula 3

    Jun 2, 2001
    Westchester NY
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    Dr. Steven S.
    Cannot seem to find any 10W60 for sale on the Internet. We were using AGIP for the 360 Challenges, but they just stopped makingf it or importing it.

    I know Castrol and Shell and possibly Red Line have a 10W60. Anyone know where I can buy it at a reasonable price?

    Also, how many quarts/liters needed for a 360 oil change?
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  3. ferrarifixer

    ferrarifixer F1 Veteran

    Jul 22, 2003
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    Phil Hughes
    Castrol is my preferance. R synthetic 10w60. It costs plenty though...about AU$15/ US $10??

    You'll need about 10 litres if you're just doing a drain and fill, up to 14 if the engine is dry inc oil cooler etc....
  4. TCM

    TCM Formula Junior

    Nov 10, 2003
    Tyngsborough, MA
    Not sure how reasonable it is, but BMW dealers all carry 10W-60 Castrol Sythetic since the e46 M3 requires it. I want to say it is $10 a quart, but not positive. I have found that recently, the oil is the same price almost anywhere. Many times, it is even cheaper at the dealers.
  5. tifosi

    tifosi F1 Veteran
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    Sep 5, 2001
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    Tom D
    try walmart - I think I have seen it there (castrol), if not ask them to look into it - there are no suppliers that say no to walmart :)
  6. solly

    solly Formula 3

    Jun 2, 2001
    Westchester NY
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    Dr. Steven S.
    Found it at my local BMW dealer. It's standard on all M-series bimmers. Cheaper than my local auto store (under $10.00 per bottle).
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  8. kenyon

    kenyon F1 Rookie

    Oct 7, 2002
    East Yorkshire
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    Justin Kenyon
    I use Castral RS 10w 60, but I know that Shell do 10w 60 its called Helix Fully Synthetic Racing oil. Its what the ENZO uses. Call the Shell customer service headquaters . You can order it in bulk if you wish or buy the litre.

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