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  • Ck Tan
    Thin oils that are less prone to thickening in low temperatures will help you start your engine more quickly in winter while thick oils that are less prone to thinning in hot temperatures will help your engine perform better in summer.
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  • Can you put synthetic blend in BMW?

    BMW vehicles with high-end engines should not use conventional or synthetic blend oils. It is a synthetic oil that offers superior viscosity properties to other oils. Because of this, BMW engines are said to be best suited to this oil.3 dic 2021
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    5W-30 oil is primarily a winter viscosity grade motor oil. While it does perform adequately at a higher temperature, its best use is for people who drive in cold temperature regions. Due to its lower viscosity, it's typically recommended for petrol vehicles or a light-duty diesel engine.27 oct 2021

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