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#21 valvoline

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Posted 06 July 2012 - 01:16 AM

welcome valvoline, must say it will be good to have some oil experts on here.
my first question is, do you guys reccomend/sell mineral oils for older performance engines, as i have heard of people wiping camshaft lobes when using solid flat tappet cams with synthetic oils. i currently use castrol edge 25w 50 in my 250x flow and 302 cleveland, and would love to see what you guys have that competes with castrol edge. once again, welcome aboard and look forward to some great advise.


Thank you for your inquiry. There are several Valvoline engine oils choices to suit the current product. These would range from DuraBlend 15W-50 to XLD 20W-50 range. We recommend you check the online lube guide to find an oil suitable for your car from our range. http://www.datateck....olineAusMobile/

#22 Jello63

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Posted 07 July 2012 - 09:11 AM

Very cool having you joining the Forum Valvoline :hy:

#23 valvoline

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Posted 09 July 2012 - 03:22 PM

Very cool having you joining the Forum Valvoline :hy:


Thank you very much, we are happy to be here!

#24 Muzza

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Posted 23 June 2016 - 11:10 AM

Valvoline,  Is there any possibility at all that you will be selling the VR1 20W-50 oil here in Australia ?

I have looked at buying it in from the UK but postage costs are horrific.

The full range of VR1 seems to be available everywhere except Australia ?

I have been using HPR30 but would much prefer to use VR1.

Could some be included in a shipment ?






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