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Cableguy
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Feb 22, 8:30am - #108808 
Engine oils.

What oil grade shall i use for 2000 gts manual please?

Do you recommend Omega as engine oils. The 757 or 777 are supposed to be gr8 oils altough they are expensive.

check it out and comment

http://www.magnagroup.com/products/omega/auto_lub/search/gasoline.asp

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Feb 22, 1:53pm - #108809 
mobil 1 full synthetic

redline full syn

royal purple full syn


they are the three best oils on the market.

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Feb 22, 2:12pm - #108810 
Originally Posted by spaztikid
mobil 1 full synthetic

redline full syn

royal purple full syn


they are the three best oils on the market.


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Feb 22, 2:14pm - #108811 
Originally Posted by spaztikid
mobil 1 full synthetic

redline full syn

royal purple full syn


they are the three best oils on the market.


I love Redline and Royal Purple


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Feb 22, 4:20pm - #108812 
is it just me but, when I switched from using Castrol 10w-30 to Mobil 1 5w-30, the engine seems a bit louder than it was before when i was using castrol 10w-30. Both types of oils are full synthetics. So, is it just my imagination or is it becuase I switched to a lighter weight?

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Cableguy
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Feb 23, 1:34am - #108813 
What about 15w40, should this be more protective or it has more friction and reduces power. What is the Toyota standard oil type and grade?????

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Feb 23, 1:36am - #108814 
Originally Posted by Cableguy
What about 15w40, should this be more protective or it has more friction and reduces power. What is the Toyota standard oil type and grade?????


they use 5w30... check your owners manual or the oil cap.

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Feb 23, 1:39am - #108815 
15W40 is really too thick of an oil for our smaller engines. That type of oil is used more for Diesels.

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