PP Euro LX 0w30 - 9,389 Miles - '18 Giulia w/ 2.0T

Messages
6,080
Location
KY
Originally Posted by rooflessVW
Originally Posted by Joe_Cena
Pennzoil is not a good oil. The amount of iron clearly shows it.
LOL LOL LOL Where are we getting these guys?
The wingnut filter is definitely offline...
 
Messages
15,014
Location
Canada
I'm aware this is a new engine, and not a Honda or Toyota, but those numbers seem high for a modern engine. I'd try a 0W-40, or 5W-40 to see if numbers go down. I think a 40-weight is allowed, no?
 
Messages
2,599
Location
Illinois, U.S.A
Thread starter
Originally Posted by addyguy
I'd try a 0W-40, or 5W-40 to see if numbers go down. I think a 40-weight is allowed, no?
No sir, just 0w-30. You may be thinking of the 2.9L in the Quadrifoglio which specs a 5w-40.
 
Messages
15,226
Location
N.H, U.S.A.
Originally Posted by RamFan
Originally Posted by addyguy
I'd try a 0W-40, or 5W-40 to see if numbers go down. I think a 40-weight is allowed, no?
No sir, just 0w-30. You may be thinking of the 2.9L in the Quadrifoglio which specs a 5w-40.
This is ACEA C2, C3 . 40 grade would likely do nothing here where it counts. I'd just wait till next UOA and go from there. Obtaining V8 power from a 4 cylinder give near V8 wear numbers**. **I have not actually collected this data - but it sounds like a good repeatable quote!
 
Last edited:
Top