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    Opie Oils - Up To 40% Off In Our January Blowout



    It's Opie Oils January Blowout!
    Limited Time ONLY - Whilst Stocks Last

    We've UP TO 40% OFF, and EVERYTHING is reduced! Just look at the massive discounts we have applied to everything we stock! (Including members discount).



    Go to the Opie Oils January Blowout > > > > > >

    Below are the prices of a few of most popular products with the discounts applied:

    5 litres of Fuchs Titan XTR 5w-30 for only £23.15 with a normal RRP of £28.58
    5 litres of Motul 8100 X-cess 5w-40 for only £31.01, with a normal RRP of £38.28.
    1 litre of *Fuchs Titan Race SYN 5 75W-90* for only £11.57, with a normal RRP of £14.28
    (Formally *Silkolene SYN 5 75w-90)

    If you've any questions about our January Blowout (or anything else), give us a call on 01209 215164 or send an email to sales@opieoils.co.uk.

    Cheers
    The team at Opie Oils

    PS. Don't forget to register as a Club Member to get your additional 10% members discount.

    T&C's (the boring bit)
    * No voucher codes can be used with our January Blowout
    * Not applicable to Trade Orders.
    * Not applicable to Clearance Products
    Use the code ASTRAOC and get 10% Club Discount
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    Excellent timing, was going to be ordering some oil later this week, going to see if I can tell the difference between Vauxhall 10w/40 semi-synth and some decent 5w/40 fully synth (Fuchs TITAN SUPERSYN at this point).

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    It'll be difficult for you to tell, but the car will get better protection. You may notice though, my brothers FTO had a bog standard semi in there and he serviced it with Supersyn, it's now so much quieter
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    I'm a picky sod so if there's anything to notice, I will I even feel the car sounds different just from the new spark plugs!

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    Fair enough. Just got back to you on the other thread, basically the Gulf Competition 5w-40 may be a better option if you're not in a hurry.

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    Saw this offer on facebook earlier today.

    I know what you recommended to me for winter via PM

    Usually i run 10w/40 Vaux Semi. My changes are May & November .... so what would you recommend i stick in come the May change?

    If it matters, mine's a MK4 1.8 petrol.

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    Hi

    I'd still go for a 5w-40 in the summer as well. You'd may as well give the car the best cold start protection all year round. If you want to use a cheaper option, then the 10w-40 semi will be fine.

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    In 2 weeks time (when my wife gets paid) I'll need oil for my wife's car (2008 Toyota Aygo Platinum 1.0 petrol). She's using Castrol Magnatec 5W-30 at the moment. I noticed 2 oils I'd like to try but there is huge price difference between them..

    Motul 8100 Eco-clean + 5W-30 – ACEA C1 Gasoline & Diesel lubricant for Euro IV engines for over £51.86 inc VAT

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    Motul 8100 Eco-nergy 5W-30 Fuel Economy Gasoline and Diesel lubricant 100% Synthetic for nearly £29.50 inc VAT

    Which one would be the best for fuel economy? Or maybe there will be no difference? Description on both says they are for best fuel economy. I was even considering 5W-20 oil, but there is no real selection of oils in those grades, and I'm also not sure whether it would be suitable for Aygo.
    FAMILY SHED: VAUXHALL ASTRA 2.2 SRI
    ROAD MISSLE: HONDA CBR1000RR FIREBLADE
    TRACK MISSLE: none

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    Cheers for the advice.

    Would you recommend the same (grade & product - manufacturer etc) for a petrol Vaux Corsa 1.2 (year: 2002)?

    May as well buy in enough for mine & the missus car.

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    The website does have a product listing tool where you tell it the car, age and engine, it then tells you the oil (and same for plugs, filters etc.)

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