quote:Asmodeus, I'm suspicious...in another thread you said you made your 328i "Castrol-free." Etiez-vous seulement essayer de fomenter des choses? Paul
Originally posted by Asmodeus: I'll go and check it out at my local CT. I'm already stocked up for now (thanks to Wallmart). Thanks for the info.
quote:My supply is just as big as theirs, I have 20L right now! But with this sale on I'm very tempted to buy 10 more. I think I've convinced my dad to run it in his new 2004 Volvo so I'll need a bigger supply. If this oil is now showing up at CT, it's more proof that it's here to stay. I know a lot of people (myself included) are afraid to run it since they think it'll disappear soon, but this doesn't seem to be the case now.
Originally posted by Garry: Patman, the Canadian Tire (North end of city) by my house has about 20 litres of GERMAN 0w30. Let me know if your stock requires replenishing.
quote:GoHack, Joatman answered part 1; yes, it is green; for part 3 see my answer to your question in your thread on availability in Wash St.
Originally posted by GoHack: I understand that the oil color is green, is this true? Finally, is the German Castrol better than Mobil 1 or Amsoil? Thx