code:Visc at 100 st. C: 14,25 mm2 /s Visc at 40 st. C: 90,2 mm2 /s Visc index: 163 TBN: 11,6 mgKOH/g Pour Point: - 45 st. C Flash Point: 200 st. C Density at 15 st. C: 852,0 kg/m3
quote:That's correct. Kind of like the regular Castrol Syntec in the US. But do we know for sure that BC = Magnatec? The reason I ask is because there is another 5w-40 Castrol oil sold at some dealership called the 505.01: http://amtulld001.bp.com/bpglis/lubtds.nsf/e1cd48f22cd02c6280256dff00509ca4/84ab5fcc448d0a4780256bdc0050d975?OpenDocument EDIT: Wait, never mind. That's a diesel engine oil, so that's probably not it. [ May 19, 2004, 10:31 AM: Message edited by: Quattro Pete ]
Originally posted by G-Man II: Not only that, but Magnatec is a Group III/PAO blend.
quote:Well try to say it to 3MP Dr.T we have this one here...just in case it has slipped out of your attention. http://theoildrop.server101.com/ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=11;t=000157
Originally posted by Patman: Hehe, Dr.T is almost running a 5w30 in his BMW!
quote:But my point is, all you need is for this oil to thin a tiny little bit, or get some fuel dilution, and it will turn into 5w30 I just like poking fun at ya since you hate 5w30 so much. I definitely want to see a UOA on this stuff in your car!
That's funny Patman, but I won't be running a 5-30.