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    Thread: Castrol vs Mobil1 CI-4 vs Chevron Delo 400 CH-4 engine oil.

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      Castrol vs Mobil1 CI-4 vs Chevron Delo 400 CH-4 engine oil.

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      Quote Originally Posted by [url=http://gearheads.in/post17745.html#p17745
      shyam Tue Feb 23, 2010 4:04 pm[/url]]Guys help people decide
      Did you mean Castrol Vs Mobil1 Vs Delo 400? There is no single oil which is "best", like in cheap and best, for every application. Please also tell us what you want to use it for, and the suggestions can be better.

      Also, Mobile and Castrol have a lot of different types of oils, which are very different from each other.
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      Yikes!! sorry i meant mobil1 Delvac CI4 rated oil vs Chevron Delo 400 CH4+ oil. The specific application here is for the new age crdis specifically the verna and the getz
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      Quote Originally Posted by [url=http://gearheads.in/post17771.html#p17771
      shyam Wed Feb 24, 2010 11:35 am[/url]]Yikes!! sorry i meant mobil1 Delvac CI4 rated oil vs Chevron Delo 400 CH4+ oil. The specific application here is for the new age crdis specifically the verna and the getz
      Is Mobil Delvac 1 available in India now? Dont remember it being easily available earlier. So if you can afford it, surely go for it. If you cant afford it, or you think that is costing silly money, by all means buy the Delo 400.

      Or of course, there are new Diesel oils from Shell, I plan to try that next time. Why dont you do a visit to the nearest shell service station, and see what they have available new?

      Ps. Lost the shell brochure I had, cant remember the names of them new oils.
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      If you can get Delvac 1, there's nothing like it.
      Its cheaper than Mobil1 too.
      I'm still a hardcore OWS turboracing fan.
      But might be overkill in unmodified cars.
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      Quote Originally Posted by [url=http://gearheads.in/post17808.html#p17808
      rippergeo Wed Feb 24, 2010 6:34 pm[/url]]If you can get Delvac 1, there's nothing like it.
      Its cheaper than Mobil1 too.
      I'm still a hardcore OWS turboracing fan.
      But might be overkill in unmodified cars.
      Delvac 1 is also fully synthetic. Is it a lot cheaper than Mobil 1? Not sure of that?

      Also, what are the specs for the OWS turboracing oil?
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      [quote=[url=http://gearheads.in/post17811.html#p17811]tadukuttan Wed Feb 24, 2010 8:56 pm[/url]]
      Quote Originally Posted by "[url=http://gearheads.in/post17808.html#p17808
      rippergeo Wed Feb 24, 2010 6:34 pm[/url]":3ig9vpsx]If you can get Delvac 1, there's nothing like it.
      Its cheaper than Mobil1 too.
      I'm still a hardcore OWS turboracing fan.
      But might be overkill in unmodified cars.
      Delvac 1 is also fully synthetic. Is it a lot cheaper than Mobil 1? Not sure of that?

      Also, what are the specs for the OWS turboracing oil?[/quote:3ig9vpsx]
      Iknow delvac 1 is fully synthetic. the price quoted to me was Rs200/liter cheaper than what was quoted for mobil 1
      OWS TR doesnt have any specs written anywhere on its packaging.
      I'm going on faith and on what I have seen it do to my car's NVH,revvability,smoothness. all subjective, yes, but it is difference I can feel. never got that when I used Mobil1
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      Guys,

      How about this one from SHELL ?

      Shell Helix Diesel HX6
      * 15W-40 Multi-grade motor oil.
      * Cleans and protects, reducing engine noise
      Shell Helix Diesel HX6 Suitability
      * Suitable for turbo-charged and inter-cooled direct injection diesel engines

      Shell Helix Diesel HX6 Specifications
      Viscosity 15W-40
      API CH4
      ACEA A3/B3

      I will check the pricing of this one at shell fuel station near my home
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      Found this useful URL.

      Car Bibles : The Engine Oil Bible
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      Quote Originally Posted by [url=http://gearheads.in/post17843.html#p17843
      pulsar_swift Thu Feb 25, 2010 7:01 am[/url]]Guys,

      How about this one from SHELL ?

      Shell Helix Diesel HX6
      * 15W-40 Multi-grade motor oil.
      * Cleans and protects, reducing engine noise
      Shell Helix Diesel HX6 Suitability
      * Suitable for turbo-charged and inter-cooled direct injection diesel engines

      Shell Helix Diesel HX6 Specifications
      Viscosity 15W-40
      API CH4
      ACEA A3/B3

      I will check the pricing of this one at shell fuel station near my home
      FYI this one is a synthetic oil
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