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      12-01-2008, 03:52 AM   #1
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Any Thoughts on Motul 300V?

On my next oil change, im considering on trying out a different oil.
Any thoughts on Motul 300V?

I don't know anything about oils so I hope you guys can share some pros and cons on considering this brand.
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AFAIK it's good if your tracking the car(works well when the engine is running hot) but not for daily driving.
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On my next oil change, im considering on trying out a different oil.
Any thoughts on Motul 300V?

I don't know anything about oils so I hope you guys can share some pros and cons on considering this brand.
Thanks
The 300V 15w-50 is the only oil that's equal in performance to the factory Castrol TWS 10w-60. The Castrol flows better at low temperatures.
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Have you tried redline? I hear very good things about it. Not cheap, but may be worth it..
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thanks for the replies guys appreciate it

codered: nope not yet but ill do a little research about it, thanks!
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Motul recently put out a 20W60 300V product, how might that hold up in the S65?
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Motul recently put out a 20W60 300V product, how might that hold up in the S65?
I would think quite well, as long as the climate conditions warrant 20w.
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I use it in my highly tuned Impreza running 500bhp(15-40w 300v) no probs at all.
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The 300V 15w-50 is the only oil that's equal in performance to the factory Castrol TWS 10w-60. The Castrol flows better at low temperatures.
Wait so should we use Motul 10w60 or 15w50??
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Wait so should we use Motul 10w60 or 15w50??
Motul doesn't have 10/60 20/60 is an option as well as 15/50. I'd certainly like to find out more specifics, but the use chart in the manual is down in the car, in the garage, away from my current location.
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Motul doesn't have 10/60 20/60 is an option as well as 15/50. I'd certainly like to find out more specifics, but the use chart in the manual is down in the car, in the garage, away from my current location.
oh ok... then would 15w50 be better than 20w60? From my knowledge the first number 15 or 20 is just for cold weather... im in socal so that isn't an issue... and 50 and 60 is basically hot viscosity? so if i track a lot 20w60 would be better and if not 15w50 is better?
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