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      11-14-2012, 11:31 PM   #1
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Anyone use G-Oil.. Free at walmart fully synthetic

http://www.getg.com/campaigns/reques...cID=getg121002


Made from animal fat or something but it is fully synthetic approved for race cars. Made in America to. Oil changes cost a ton kinda hard to pass up on a free one.
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Printed - will purchase a bottle next week and submit rebate. I use all Mobil 1 Syn Oil for the RDX, so this one will be used for the prius!

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      11-15-2012, 12:27 AM   #3
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Printed - will purchase a bottle next week and submit rebate. I use all Mobil 1 Syn Oil for the RDX, so this one will be used for the prius!

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Yep..

I use mobile 1 also.. Would you not use this in your bmw?
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No need to do my own changes yet (free maintenance), but when I do, I'd probably use BMW OEM oils (or Euro Castrol)
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Made from animal fat or something but it is fully synthetic
Maybe I'm missing something, but these statements seem contradictory?
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http://www.bmwusa.com/Standard/Conte...ngineOils.aspx

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Well, this stuff is fully syn and is 5w-30 so it meets their guidelines..
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Maybe I'm missing something, but these statements seem contradictory?
How? Syn oil is derived from regular oil...
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How? Syn oil is derived from regular oil...
Not group IV base stocks or better.
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