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      09-13-2013, 02:16 PM   #1
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What is the recommended oil when S/C'd

There's been a lot of debate going on over bearings. The claim being that 10w-60 is too thick when cold. Many have recommended a lighter weight such as 0w-40, however, S/C'ed vehicles run hotter, will this oil still be suitable and recommend for such an application (as the band-aid for the bearing issue)?
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      09-13-2013, 02:23 PM   #2
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Cold internals stock vs sc, whats the difference?
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When the car warms up and you are under boost for some time, S/C'd cars run hotter. I'm not sure how the thinner oil would hold up or be optimal in such conditions. Asking to learn
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There is no real info that the thinner oil helps just a lot of Internet experts on here. Talk to your s/c manufacturer and ask what they think or just run 10w-60 let the car warm up before ripping on it and keep up on your oil changes and enjoy the car. Don't let a silly Internet site stop you from enjoying your car.
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