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      Quote Originally Posted by muztariq View Post
      anand_h you are wrong with the maths here. Tata storme Dicor runs 20 k on one oil. The similar engine in safari runs 15k. The oil used in storme is API CI4 and on safari it is CH4.
      Now, ur LDI will easily run 10k on a CH4 oil. And it would run 12.5 k on a CI4.
      Valvoline CH4 oil I bought last time was around 250/l. Do the maths now.
      I find it difficult to convince people to use mineral oils of CI4 grade in diesel mills rather than synthetic oil. If you are hell bent in using a synthetic oil(just like a love blinded aashique) ensure you get CJ4 oil. Anything less is well labelled mineral oil.
      So you're saying my Ritz can run 10,000 kms on CI-4 mineral oil (Servo Futura-D)?

      I am not hell bent into using anything that doesn't make financial sense. However I have read numerous articles which mention that it's the additives in synthetic engine oils that make all the difference in the long run.

      I would get myself a CJ-4 if it were freely available. So far its been a task to get my hands on one.

      Which car do you drive? And what's your monthly running?
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      Quote Originally Posted by Indian View Post
      Does not look like you have any limits to your wallet when you change oil every 6 months. You can afford to throw money down the drain. I drive about 25,000 a year and change every 15,000 km. I dont worry if I drive 2000 km over the 15,000 km limit.
      haha, well spending around Rs. 1800 every six months on my car irrespective of the running is not a bad deal

      I read an amazing article which explained as to why can oil changes be delayed when the car is driven at high speeds, however the same needs to be changed earlier if driven in heavy traffic with multiple engine starts. I'll try and stick to 12,500 kms.
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      Quote Originally Posted by anand_h View Post
      So you're saying my Ritz can run 10,000 kms on CI-4 mineral oil (Servo Futura-D)?

      I am not hell bent into using anything that doesn't make financial sense. However I have read numerous articles which mention that it's the additives in synthetic engine oils that make all the difference in the long run.

      I would get myself a CJ-4 if it were freely available. So far its been a task to get my hands on one.

      Which car do you drive? And what's your monthly running?
      Yes, you can run 10k easily using a CH4 or a CI4 oil.. whatever is mentioned in your car's manual can be followed with eyes closed.
      There would be ritz on the road or other cars also which have the same engine, which would have run more than 2 lakh kms with pure MASS supplied oil. We are not inventing anything new.
      Additives of synthetic and mineral oils are more or less similar, it is the proportion of highly refined and hydrocraked oil or addition of pure synthetic oil that is different. I have mentioned the content of synthetic oil in an engine oil thread here on gearheads you can search muztariq shell synthetic keywords on search tab here or on google to find it.
      I am having a Santro and a Safari, both the cars are getting oil replaced every year or so, the combined mileage would be around 20k per year or less. On santro i overshot the annual interval as it didnt complete even 10k. I use API CH4 or CI4 oil in both the cars although Santro is petrol driven.

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      My car mechanic asked me for using Veedol synthetic oil n I just think abt the Helix or Servo which culd be good? He said for Indian roads Veedol synthetic is good.

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      Quote Originally Posted by light View Post
      He said for Indian roads Veedol synthetic is good.
      Do they add special additives for Indian roads? Never heard of such a claim. He is telling you what his boss told him.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Indian View Post
      Do they add special additives for Indian roads? Never heard of such a claim. He is telling you what his boss told him.
      I doubt it. Franky I look at a decent brand and the API ratings. Rest is all hype.
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      Sorry for posting this out here. Have been looking for the Online deal thread for the past 15 minutes but unable to find it and I fear that by the time I find it the Deals on Engine Oils in Amazon.in might be over. SO posting it here. Mods please move the post to the appropriate thread.

      Amazon.in: Automotive Accessories - Deal of the Day: Car Motorbike


      Most of the Castrol Engine Oils are on huge discount.

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      Hello,
      I am also searching for a ck-4 or cj-4 fully synthetic 5w40 engine oil for my swift ddis. Can someone help me out to find any oil that matches the above criteria.

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      The closets match I could find is MITASU Engine Oil 5W-40 CI-4 Ultra Diesel
      But I have never heard of this company. Its a Japanese brand.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Amarcool View Post
      The closets match I could find is MITASU Engine Oil 5W-40 CI-4 Ultra Diesel
      But I have never heard of this company. Its a Japanese brand.

      Mitasu is a so so engine oil,I Guess oem in Mitsubishi.

      Go for shell 5w40 ( Amazon Link - http://www.amazon.in/Shell-Helix-550...0-e711212ce5d7 )

      Its a good oil and suits your swift as well

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