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Mad Ness

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    NSX, GTR33, Exige 240S, 996TT
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    GTR32, GTR34, Supra T/Targa, Evo7, S2000
  1. read: "Oils for summer and winter, Above -10C -> SAE 0W-40, 5W-40 and higher." pg 118 Maintence, Car care Does "and higher" refere to the W or latter figure? My understanding was that higher viscocity are better for engines that burn oil or where temps are comparatively high. Have read numerous thread opinions on what oils "should" be used. Not trying to start another one of those threads, just want to understand the manufacture's stated recommendations. Temperature is extremely hot where I live, rarely gets below 15~10C. I'm leaning towards Motul 300V 15W 50, a brand that's worked w
  2. Have read the owners manual - no details Have searched and many threads on the oil topics and they seem to raise more questions... It appears the 996tt also uses 75w90 with certain specs and there's a P approved brand/sepc. My quetion is: f the oil specs surpass, is it fine to assume it is fine to use. To specify the question does not ask which is "best". Has anyone here tried omega 690 oils in their 996tt? I've used this on all my track day cars with great success and prefer to stick to what I know works. nsx/s2000/lotus 6spds/LSDs and in the nissan gtr 5spd. Power ranges 230-730hp.
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